Ravensbrueck, buna, Auschwitz.

Auschwitz liberated

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/2233890.stm : source for image


Ravensbrueck http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/Ravensbruck.html

In February 1945, a gas chamber was constructed at  Ravensbrück and, by April 1945, between 2,200 and 2,300  were killed in the gas chamber. The majority of those killed by gas in the camp  were Hungarian, mostly Jewish, then Polish, then Russian. Women prisoners  working as scribes counted a total number of 3,660 names on lists for “Mittwerda;” the Nazi code name for the gas chamber. However, since some of the  transports went directly from the satellite camps to the gas chamber, the number  of women murdered in the camp’s gas chamber is estimated to be 5,000 to 6,000.


Re: Bruno_Streckenbach who commanded both SS Cavalry Brigade
and19th Waffen Granadier/ Latvian 2nd SS. During the Nuremberg trial, defendant SS-Brigadeführer Otto Ohlendorf stated that Streckenbach, in mid-June 1941, had transmitted the extermination order, at a meeting concerning the missions of the Einsatzgruppen.


After the  defeat of the Third Reich at the International Military Tribunal held in  Nuremberg, the United States, as the occupying power, conducted trials against  the top officials of three major industrial concerns- Krupp, Flick, and I. G.  Farben.
Berthawerk factory , Alfried Krupp.

Ernst Wolf Mommsen is a son of the physician Ernst Mommsen, a grandson of Theodor Mommsen, and brother of the historian Theodor Ernst Mommsen.
As a lawyer, Mommsen entering the NSDAP was 1937. In the Defence Ministry under Albert Speer, he was responsible for the war economy and later for ammunition procurement as head of Department and was at the time in the Bertha plant already in contact with the Krupp Group.[1]
He was imprisoned after the war by the allies Mommsen.
Mommsen was appointed to the Board of management at Klöckner. He was Chairman of the Friedrich Krupp AG and 1970-1972 Secretary of State for procurement in the Federal Ministry of defense under Minister Helmut Schmidt.
Heinrich Leo Korschan (born 24 October 1895 in Hungarian Brod – January 8, 1973 [1]) was a German Director at Krupp, who was convicted in the Krupp trial as war criminal.The engineer Korschan, owner of two PhD (Dr. mont. and Dr.-ing.), joined the Friedrich Krupp A.G. his employment contract at the steel factory on April 1, 1927. At Krupp, he quickly made career: beginning July 1931 he was officer on 1 July 1932 production Director and Deputy General Manager and early October 1938 Deputy Director.
After the transfer of power to the Nazis, Korschan joined since 1930 German citizen, the Nazi Party on 1 May 1933 at (Mitgliedsnr. 3.419.293). He also joined the National Socialist People’s welfare (NSV) and was appointed to the Defense economy leader.[2] Korschan was married, had two children. From November 1939 to November 1943 family Korschan lived in the Villa of émigré Richard Hesselberg mountain in Essen-Bredeney.[3]
During the second world war, was Korschan in the spring of 1941, when Krupp finally Deputy member of the Board and was responsible for the Division of steel plants of the company.[4] From June 1941 to March 1942 Korschan as upper war Board was convened to the German army and then worked as a representative for Krupp companies in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.[3] In April 1943, he took over the Division of “Head of structures in the East” as alternate member of the Board and was the fried in June 1943 Chairman. Krupp Bertha plant A.G. in Markstädt near Breslau.[5] After conversion of AG in a family business he was starting mid-December 1943 Deputy Executive Board member.[6] Korschan was the Kriegsverdienstkreuzes 2nd class. He was a member of the Association of German iron people.[2]
After the war, Korschan was with eleven other accused in the Krupp process, the part of the Nuremberg trials was accused and sentenced to six years in prison because of the involvement in the programme of forced laborers on July 31, 1948. Beginning February 1951 Korschan was released from the Landsberg prison. He lived thereafter in Essen-Bredeney.[7]
Karl Heinrich Pfirsch (* 30. November 1877 in Schweinfurt; † 1967 [1]) war ein deutscher Direktor bei Krupp, der im Krupp-Prozess angeklagt und freigesprochen wurde. Acquitted.
At the time of national socialism, he joined the Nazi Party on 1 May 1937 at (Mitgliedsnr 5.608.734) and was appointed to the Defense economy leader.[3] During World War II he was drafted in March 1941 when Krupp finally Deputy member of the Board of management and responsible for selling war material of the company.[4] From April 1943 until mid-December 1943 he was Deputy member of the Board and is responsible for the Central Office of Berlin of the company.[5] The Lex Krupp was he from December 1943 Deputy Executive Board member.[6] He was one of the Supervisory Board of the fried. Krupp Bertha plant A.G. in Markstädt near Breslau on. He was also on the Advisory Board of the AGK. Peach was a carrier of Kriegsverdienstkreuzes 2nd class and the Commander cross of the Bulgarian order of merit.[3]
After the war, he was adopted in July 1945 in retirement.[2] Soon after he  and other members of the Executive Board of the Krupp were arrested and imprisoned. During the Nuremberg trials, he was indicted in the Krupp process, but acquitted on July 31, 1948, on all counts as a single defendant in this procedure.[7]
The Flick family is a wealthy German industrial and political dynasty, heir to an industrial empire that formerly embraced holdings in companies involved in coal, steel and a minority holding in Daimler AG. The Flick family is one of the richest industrial families worldwide.

Friedrich Flick (1883–1972) was the founder of the dynasty, establishing a major industrial conglomerate during the Weimar Republic, and who was one of the world’s wealthiest people by the time of his death in 1972. He left his empire to his son Friedrich Karl Flick (1927–2006).While originally a member of the liberal German People’s Party, Flick also supported the Nazi Party financially from 1933, and over the next ten years donated over seven million marks to the party[].

During the Second World War Flick’s industrial enterprises used 48,000 forced labourers from Germany’s concentration camps. It is estimated that 80 per cent of these workers died as a result of the way they were treated during the war. Flick was found guilty of war crimes at Nuremberg in 1947 and was sentenced to seven years in prison, but was pardoned shortly after and resumed control over his industrial conglomerate, becoming the richest person in West Germany.

After 1933 he concentrated the donations around 100,000 reichsmarks a year, on the Nazi party. After the four-year entry ban joined the Nazi party in 1937. 1934 or 1935 he became a member of friends of Reichsführer SS comprising about 40 people. On February 20, 1933, he was invited along with Gustav Krupp von Bohlen and Halbach, Georg von Schnitzler, Fritz Springorum, Ernst Tengelmann, Albert Vögler and other representatives of the German economy to the new Chancellor Adolf Hitler. (Secret meeting of 20 February 1933) This wanted those present to explain his economic policies and at the same time allow objections to him out of the way. He was trying to shed the image of beer tent leveller very matter and assured the industry representatives contrary only propaganda aims expropriation announcements, the ownership in the economy at a takeover would remain untouched. In addition, he pledged to eliminate the influence of the labor movement and to initiate extensive armor measures.
After by the enabling act in March 1933 the power was conferred the Nazis and their allies (“Hitler Cabinet” of NSDAP, DNVP and Stahlhelm), flick sent the Chairman of the Central German steelworks, Heinrich Koppen mountain, in the Reich Aviation Ministry in April of the year 1933. There, larger orders in Vista were made. In December, establishing the air force was decided and the General transport equipment owned by the Group society received the first orders for the construction of aircraft. It followed an order for the production of bombs, grenades and ammunition in March 1934. On March 15 of the same year, Friedrich Flick visited the Chief of staff of the army weapons Office, Georg Thomas.

Flick:  While world war tens of thousands of forced laborers, mainly from Eastern Europe and slave workers from concentration camps were employed in the numerous establishments of flicks (including Ignatz Bubis). Estimates of over 10,000 victims, who were tortured in these years with malnutrition and brutal treatment to death. The conditions here were very bad and very brutal treatment. (read more, Wikipedia, Flick).

Friedrich Flick (born 10 July 1883 in Ernsdorf, died 20 July 1972 in Constance)
conglomerate encompassed 330 companies and around 300,000 employees. His heirs were his son Friedrich Karl Flick and his grandson Friedrich Christian Flick, who established the modern art gallery Friedrich Christian Flick Collection.
Julius Muthig (born May 9, 1908 in Aschaffenburg; date of death unknown) was a German physician and SS officer at the time of the Third Reich.
Muth studied medicine and graduated at the University of Würzburg with a 1934 published thesis med. eclampsia without seizures Dr.
In February 1940, he was at Dachau, from July 1940 to SS doctor in Neuengamme concentration camp physician. From April 1941 to July 1942 he was again first camp physician in Dachau. Afterwards, he became the first camp physician at Sachsenhausen concentration camp. From 1944 on, he held the rank of a SS Sturmbannführer of der Waffen-SS.
After the war, he was not held accountable, but practiced as a physician in Idstein. He was married to Mathilde Muthig, the senior doctor of the euthanasia killings of T4-intermediate Anstalt Kalmenhof in Idstein.
Mathilde Muthig, died, 1997,.
Dr. Winkelmann, d. 1947


Now a policy existed for freeing German women common-law criminals and asocial  elements in order to employ them as workers in the German factories. It is  therefore impossible to imagine that the whole of Germany was unaware of the  existence of the concentration camps and of what was going on there, since these  women had been released from the camps and it is difficult to believe that they  never mentioned them. Besides, in the factories where the former internees were  employed, the Vorarbeiterinnen (the forewomen) were German civilians in contact  with the internees and able to speak to them. The forewomen from Auschwitz, who  subsequently came to Siemens at Ravensbruck as Aufseherinnen, had been former  workers at Siemens in Berlin. They* met forewomen they had known in Berlin, and,  in our presence, they told them what they had seen at Auschwitz. It is therefore  incredible that this was not known in Germany.

Bernhard Plettner (* 2. Dezember 1914 in Oberlahnstein; † 2. November 1997 in Erlangen) war ein deutscher Ingenieur, Manager und Unternehmer. Studies to interrupt and a semester to work as a working student at the Siemens-Schuckertwerke (SSW) in Berlin and Mülheim/Ruhr. The engineer returned after graduation in 1940 in the SSW industry to Berlin. Here first of all he was responsible as a project engineer for the design and distribution of industrial and energy-supply systems in the country and abroad.

Wilhelm Biedenkopf (Born 9 June 1900 in Chemnitz; d. 2000?) was a German entrepreneur and Engineer, Buna works.Biedenkopf was technical director of the Buna-Werke [near to Auschwitz] in the time of National Socialism. At the end of the 1960s he was a member of the Board of Dynamit Nobel AG in Troisdorf and Advisory Board member of the Dyna plastic-Werk GmbH in Bergisch Gladbach.


The steadily growing death rate was caused by overwork and deteriorating living conditions. In the fall of 1944 a gas chamber was constructed (until then prisoners had been sent for gassing to other camps), and it is likely that the first female prisoners were murdered there in January 1945.

With the approach of the Soviet army, evacuation of Ravensbrueck was ordered by Himmler and 15,000 women were sent on a forced death march. Up to this time, 132,000 women and children had passed through the camp, of whom 92,000 died or were murdered in the camp. When the Red Army reached the camp on April 30, 1945, they found 3,000 gravely ill and dying prisoners there.

Those of a political nature include attempts by women working in the nearby Siemens factory to sabotage its manufacture of rocket components, to steal newspapers, or to keep lists of prisoners.

In January of 1951, during the Korean War, those businessmen still in prison were released through a declaration of clemency by the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, John J. McCloy, and almost all of their assets were returned to them.

While some writers produced pamphlets and publications condemning the “return to power” of capitalist criminals, companies hired journalists and historians in Germany and the U.S. to write sympathetic corporate histories and to exonerate the companies from accusations that they were involved in the Nazis’ criminal activities. Much of the work produced by these writers was, frankly, a whitewash. These histories usually blamed Nazi leaders and the SS for drawing industry “unwillingly” into reprehensible conduct. Clearly, big business was not owning up to its compromised past.

Ironically, a series of depositions, trials, and appeals drew attention to the conduct of Siemens during the Nazi years

Delius has been vindicated in some ways. Contemporary scholars are continuing to learn about the extent to which Siemens, and every major German business in the Thirties and Forties, was implicated in the brutality of Nazi economic policies, most egregiously through the abuse of forced and slave laborers.

The major private firm that used slave labor at Ravensbrück was the Siemens Electric Company, today the second largest electric company in the world. In a separate camp adjoining the main one, Siemens “employed” the women to make electrical components for V-1 and V-2 rockets.
During the second World War, Siemens supported the Hitler regime, contributed to the war effort and participated in the “Nazification” of the economy. Siemens had many factories in and around notorious concentration camps[8][9] to build electric switches for military uses.[10] In one example, almost 100,000 men and women from Auschwitz worked in a Siemens factory inside the camp, supplying the electricity to the camp.
A series of depositions, trials, and appeals brought to light the conduct of Siemens during the Nazi regime. Contemporary scholars have been uncovering some of the atrocities of Siemens during this time, including forced and slave labor at Ravensbrück and in the Auschwitz subcamp of Bobrek, among others. Additionally, the company supplied electrical parts to concentration camps and death camps. The factories had poor working conditions, where malnutrition and death were common. Also, the scholarship has shown that the camp factories were created, run, and supplied by the SS, in conjunction with company officials, sometimes high-level officials. [11]
Hermann Von Siemens,. d 1986
Prior to 1933, Member of Siemens was the party people’s Party. As head of Central Engineering Department, he became member of the Board of Siemens-Schuckertwerke AG in 1935 and later as Chairman of the Board of the two tribal societies Siemens & Halske or Siemens Schuckert “Head of House”.
Siemens sat until 1945 in the Supervisory Board of United steel works, mannesmannröhren-Werke, Krupp and Deutsche Bank. On December 5, 1945, he was arrested and questioned in “Civil internment No. 91”, as a witness he had been “very unwilling and evasive” [1].
In the position he held after the death of his uncle, Carl Friedrich von Siemens from 1941 to 1956, Hermann von Siemens was the company important impulses for the reconstruction after the second world war. He was committed for the promotion of scientific and technical research within and outside of the company, from 1955 to 1964 he was President of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft.
source: de.wikipedia, siemens, hermann von
Ernst Albrecht von Siemens (9 April 1903 in Kingston upon Thames – 31 December 1990 in Starnberg), the son of Carl Friedrich von Siemens, was a German industrialist and one of the successors of his family’s company.He studied physics at the Technical University of Munich before he took a job in the Werner plant for telecommunications in Berlin-Siemensstadt 1929. After he was already five years Deputy Board member of Siemens & Halske, served 1948 regular member of the Board. He held this position until 1956. From 1956 to 1971 was Ernst von Siemens of Chairman.
source: de.wikipedia, siemens, ernst albrecht von
source: de.wikipedia: buna werke
The Buna-Werke maintained a branch in Auschwitz, in which many laborers were employed during World War II. Auschwitz Monowitz concentration camp was built on the site of this factory. Also the Italian author and chemist Primo Levi there was forced labor. The librettist and lyricist Fritz Löhner-Beda, who was killed on December 4, 1942 in the Auschwitz Monowitz, wrote the Buna song there.
source: de.wikipedia, biedenkopf, wilhelm
Wilhelm Biedenkopf, the father of politician Kurt Biedenkopf, was at times Technical Director of the Buna-Werke.
source: de.wikipedia, buna werke -continued.
After the end of World War II were the Buna-Werke in a Soviet joint stock company (SAG) converted. 1954 were to the SAG rubber associated chemical works Buna transferred to a State-owned company (VEB) of the GDR and VEB Kombinat chemische Werke Buna. The Buna-Werke led the advertising slogan “Plastics and Elaste from Schkopau” [2], where plastic materials for rigid and Elaste for flexible plastics (synthetic rubber).
As Kombinat/VEB, the work developed in 1958 to the largest carbide producers in the world, and the technically obsolete production facilities led to extreme environmental pollution.
The Buna factory, one of the five largest Industriekombinate of East Germany was with 18,000 employees. To meet the housing needs of the workers and employees of the chemical works Buna and Leuna, Plattenbau settlements were built in Halle and the surrounding area (for example, Halle-Neustadt and Halle Silberhöhe).
MME. VAILLANT-COUTURIER: Sterilization-they did not conceal it. They said that  they were trying to find the best method for sterilizing so as to replace the  native population in the occupied countries by Germans after one generation,  once they had made use of the inhabitants as slaves to work for them.
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Lotte Toberentz, born Maria Charlotte Toberentz (May 27, 1900 – January 1964) was the head overseer of the Uckermark concentration camp for girls in its early years. From December 1944 to April 1945 she was Lagerführerin (camp leader) of the Ravensbrück concentration camp.

She was tried in the Third Ravensbrück Trials at Hamburg in 1948 for her role as Camp Leader at Uckermark. She was acquitted of all crimes, and later became an official in the German police force.
In January 1945, the juveniles camp was closed and the infrastructure was subsequently used as an extermination camp for “sick, no longer efficient, and over 52 years old women”.[1]
Johanna Braach (* May 16 1907 in Altenhundem ; † unknown) was Detective Chief Secretary in the era of National Socialism , an employee in the “Reich Central Office for combating juvenile delinquency” and deputy director of the concentration camp girls Uckermark .
Friederike Wieking (* September 3 1891 at Guild Hall in Bad Bentheim , † August 31 1958 in Berlin ) was the top female police officer in the Third Reich , Director of Division 3 of the Reich Criminal Police Office , the Reich Central Office for combating youth crime and the Unit VA 3 of the Reich Security Main Office . Upon dissolution of the special camp, she was on 6 Februar 1950 without at the Waldheim processes to be indicted. Of those conducted in the British Zone Uckermark process it was not affected. Your employees Braach Johanna and Lotte Toberentzwere acquitted, because while their activity was only Uckermark the youth camp for German prisoners, in which no women were imprisoned Allied nationality. The fate of the prisoners was not at issue here.. After her release, she took up her residence in West Berlin.The publisher of technical books police Schmidt Roemhildshe published in 1958 in the series “Small police Library” her book “The development of female police in Germany from the beginnings to the present.”The building of the country were timbered house on 10 April 1933 bis 29. April 1933 to 29th November 1933 the protective custody camp for round 1000 men [10] and 7 Juni 1933 bis 21. June 1933 to 21 März 1938 als Frauenkonzentrationslager , vom 1. March 1938 as a women’s concentration camp , from 1 August 1940 bis zum Kriegsende, d. h. bis zum 6. August 1940 until the end of the war, that is, until 6 April 1945. the euphemistic title “Police arrest youth camp” as a youth concentration campuses.
Karl Dieter (* May 1 1903 in Wattenheim ; † May 31 1956 ) was a German superintendent , SS Sturmbannführer (1943) and Commandant of the youth concentration camp for boys Moringen. From 1940 to 1944 he was commandant of the camp in the youth camps Moringen.After the Second World War he was interned in September 1949 by the tribunal I a new town on the wine route as a “fellow traveler” denazification . After his reinstatement in 1951, the detective inspector of police as he was in Ludwigshafen in the same year the Criminal Mainz set, where he became manager. . The rank of detective, he joined the Council on 1 Mai 1955 zum Landeskriminalamt in Koblenz . May 1955 for Metropolitan Police Force in Koblenz. With his death, end of May 1956 a criminal investigation against him were discontinued.”In appropriate labor camps,” says Dr Ritter cynical, they could “make a lot of useful”. [2] suggested  forced sterilizations , which then requested by the camp doctor and the captain and the University of Goettingenwere completed.Prisoners gave him a mixed report.
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_Wolter-PecksenOtto Wolter Pecksen (* April 17 1882 in Lüneburg , † March 17 1954 in Moringen ) was a German concentration camp doctor in the concentration camp Moringen and SS Sturmbannführer (1943). After the war, Wolter Pecksen denazified and questioned in the investigations against former members of the camp staff. [4] Even after 1945, Wolter Pecksen still working as a doctor in Moringen, where he died in 1954th [5]The labor force of young people was used to complete physical exhaustion. In the summer of 1942, some young people were starving. Others committed suicide. A case of shooting of “running away” is known.
Walter Grundmann (* 21. Oktober 1906 in Chemnitz; † 30. August 1976 in Eisenach) war ein deutscher protestantischer Theologe in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus und in der DDR. German “theologian”.
Konrad Meyer-Hetling d. 1973, head of “research department for the east”
Heinz Harmel (June 29, 1906 – September 2, 2000) was a German Waffen-SS General during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords. The Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords was awarded to recognise extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership. SS-Brigadeführer, hence, answering to Himmler. 2 years imprisonment.

Erwin Franz Rudolf Roestel (4 May 1902 — 24 November 1974) was a Obersturmbannführer (Lieutenant Colonel) in the Waffen-SS during World War II. SS Brigadesfuehrer

wikipedia: The 2 SS Infantry Brigade was raised on 15 May 1941 and was placed under the command of Army Group North for the invasion of the Soviet Union. Prior to this, the role that the unit would undertake during the assault was discussed in a meeting between Henning von Tresckow and Kurt Knoblauch of the RFSS office, held just three days before hostilities between Germany and the Soviet Union began. In this meeting it was decided that the 2 SS Infantry Brigade along with the 1 SS Infantry Brigade and the SS Cavalry Brigade would be used in the rear of the advancing army to conduct anti partisan operations as well as assisting in rounding up the Jewish population. A few weeks later they were involved in the mass murder of the population of the occupied territories, their victims for 1941, could be measured in the tens of thousands. [2]

In 1942, the 19th and 21st Latvian Security Battalions from the Latvian Legion were attached to the Brigade. The brigade was now an international formation that included Dutch, Flemish and Norwegian volunteer Legions. [3]

In January 1943, the 19th and 21st Latvian Schuma (Police) Battalions* [involved in the Holocaust] were serving with the Brigade, impressed by their conduct, Heinrich Himmler changed the 2 SS Infantry Brigade into a Latvian Brigade and at the same time set the foundations for a Latvian Division. The existing 18th, 24th, and 26th Latvian Schuma Battalions serving in Leningrad were used to form the Brigade’s 2nd SS Volunteer Regiment. They were then sent for training at Krasnoje Selo, where Himmler added the 16th Latvian Schuma Battalion to the brigade in February. [4

On 18 May 1943, these Latvian Battalions along with the other three Latvian Legion Battalions were incorporated into the 2 SS Infantry Brigade, and re-designated the 2 SS Latvian Brigade. The Dutch, Flemish and Norwegian formations were then removed from the Brigade and the 2 SS Latvian Brigade was deployed with Army Group North. It was placed under the command of Brigadeführer Fritz von Scholz and was engaged in defending the west bank of the Volkhov River near Leningrad until late 1943. [5]

In January 1944, the Brigade was used as the cadre in the formation of the 19th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS (2nd Latvian).

 Murders in Majdanek and in Warsaw:
In all, 2000  men were coming, most of them members of the Waffen-SS, and it was stated that  they were to be under Sporrenberg’s command and were to be used for cordoning- off purposes.
 Heinrich Bussmann, fate?
Oskar Wittstein  , fate? Fighting in Yugoslavia until May 45
Helmuth Schreiber (25 March 1917 – 6 December 2008) was a Sturmbannführer (Major), in the Waffen-SS during World War II who was awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross, which was awarded to recognize extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership by Nazi Germany during World War II. However, Stubaf Schreiber mentioned as being in charge of the Russian or Ukrainian guards at Trawniki.
Dr Gustav Krukenberg (8 March 1888 – 23 October 1980) was Brigadeführer of the Charlemagne Division of the Waffen-SS and further commander of its remains and the SS Division Nordland during the Battle of Berlin in April 1945. Another SS brigadefuehrer.
Wilhelm Bittrich (February 26, 1894 – April 19, 1979) was an SS-Obergruppenführer and Waffen-SS General during World War II.
“A Bridge too far.”
After his unit had been tasked with the defense of Vienna in spring 1945, Bittrich immediately pulled his troops out of the city to save it from destruction despite the order to hold Vienna “to the last breath”.
Wilhelm_Bittrich crimes in the USSR:  (August 1942 – 15 February 1943)
“Also the deadly carbon monoxide gas, which had to be delivered in compressed gas cylinders by BASF in Ludwigshafen, Germany , was ordered by the CTI and distributed.’ Criminal techn. institute.
Friedrich Wilhelm Siegmund Robert Lorent (Born March 22 , 1905 in Bremen; d. April 16 , 1988), was in the Nazi Germany as a business executive of the central services T4 of one of those responsible for the National Socialist “euthanasia” program. 7 years; released 1974 see also page : Nazi Drs.,part two; Churchill on the Holocaust.
Helmut Hoffmann ?
Paul Werner (* 4. November 1900 in Appenweier; † 15. Februar 1970) war SS-Standartenführer und Ministerialrat, im ReichssicherheitshauptamtLeiter der Amtsgruppe V A (Kriminalpolitik und Vorbeugung) Policeman who was investigated.
“Of course I have of the force in the East how-to and example of Auschwitz”. Paul Werner died on February 15, 1970.
As Kriminaltechnisches Institute of the security police (CTI), often shortened in representations called only Kriminaltechnisches Institute , a division of Imperial security hauptamtes was launched in 1939. Employees of Kriminaltechnischen the Institute developed and tested the technical possibilities, to gas-killing people en masse. They were directly involved with the first Euthanasia murders by carbon monoxide gas, undertook experiments with engine exhaust and explosives in Mogilev and developed the gas vans, that were used in the Chelmno extermination camp and Einsatzgruppen der Sicherheitspolizei und des SD .
doctors Hans Endres,
Rudolf Trojan

The NSDÄB was founded in 1929 at the Party Congress on the initiative of the Ingolstadt physician and Publisher Louis Liebl. It was also three years first Chairman. Identity of NSDÄB was not a professional body, but a military organisation. As such, he developed the essential “scientific” foundations of Nazi health policy, which culminated in the Eugenical euthanasia “worthless life”. [1]Louis Liebl (1874 – 1949

Hans Endres (* 26. Februar 1911 in Stuttgart; † 11. Juni 2004 in Heidelberg) war ein Religionsphilosoph und Autor. Er war ein Vordenker in den parawissenschaftlichen Bereichen Transpersonale Psychologie und Integrales Management. Der Deutsche Ärztevereinsbund und der Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Ärztebund wurden zusammengeschlossen

Walter Stoeckel, died 1961, during the Third Reich he was member of the NAZI Association of teacher and doctor of Magda Goebbels. From 1933 to 1935 he was President of the German society for gynaecology and obstetrics. Despite his retirement in 1936, he was still active. in 1941 he was by Adolf Hitler with the Goethe-medal for art and Science awarded and 1944 appointed to the Scientific Advisory Board of Commissioner General for the medical and health Karl Brandt.
August Mayer d. 1968 In world of War II, he was involved in the framework of “law to prevent erbkranken next generation” at over 700 forced sterilisation of women considered “inferior” in this context.
Georg August Wagner

The Third Reich conducted X-ray and Radium kastrationen in Wagner’s clinic.[3] Wagner himself was among other doctor by Margret Speer, as well as of women from Theo Morell and Rüdiger von der Goltz.[4] He was President of the German society for gynaecology from 1935 to 1937 and 1937, organized the Conference in Berlin. The company was later appointed an honorary member. in 1936, Georg August Wagner was member of the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina.Georg August Wagner led the II. University Women’s clinic in Berlin until 1945. Then it was provisionally led by Carl Kaufmann. Wagner moved to southern Germany and died in 1947 at the age of 73.
Hans Fuchs
n 1930 the direction of the State women’s clinic in Gdańsk was transferred to him, later in addition the clinic in Poznań. In the same year, he became Chairman of the North Eastern German society for Gynecology and led the meeting of the company on June 30, 1933. in 1936, he became their honorary member. 1935, Fox in addition to Heinrich Klose co-founded the Medical Academy Gdansk, that Professor was appointed to the above. For his services he was awarded the Danzig cross.1933, Fuchs was elected to the Board of the German society for Gynecology and 1937 as the successor of Georg August Wagner to the President of the company. He led them to its Congress, which had to be postponed due to the war twice and took place in Vienna in 1941. year later Fuchs at the age of 68 in Poznan died.
The Institute of Anatomy of the University of Vienna was headed by the noted anatomist — and Austro-Fascist — Professor Dr. Eduard Pernkopf. Pernkopf, who was appointed dean of medicine at the university after the Anschluss,20-21 was the founding editor of a major text on human anatomy, a text that is still considered a “masterpiece” and the “standard by which all other illustrated anatomic works are measured.”22 The book continues to be published under the imprint of the original publisher, Urban and Schwarzenberg. In the book’s illustrations, artists graphically expressed their Nazi sympathies: The artists Franz Batke, Eric Lepier and Karl Entresser incorporated Nazi iconography (swastikas or SS symbols) into their signatures.23-24 More disconcerting are questions concerning the subjects in those paintings. The age, appearance and crude haircut of one of the subjects raises questions as to whether the real-life model may have been a prisoner.25-27

Eduard Pernkopf (1888–1955) was an Austrian professor of anatomy, rector of the University of Vienna (1943–1945), member of the Nazi party since 1933, famous for his anatomical atlas, Topographische Anatomie des Menschen (translated as Atlas of Topographical and Applied Human Anatomy).[Pernkopf began his atlas in 1933. He worked 18-hour days dissecting corpses while a team of artist created the images that would eventually be in the atlas. He worked for over two decades on the atlas.[2]

Alfred Fikentscher (born April 30, 1888 in Augsburg; died January 10, 1979 in Kiel) was a German medical officer, the last Admiral of the Oberstabsarzt in the second world war, as well as 1895–1993 of the Navy.

In an official statement made on 27 January 2005, the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the ICRC stated:

Auschwitz also represents the greatest failure in the history of the ICRC, aggravated by its lack of decisiveness in taking steps to aid the victims of Nazi persecution. This failure will remain part of the ICRC’s memory, as will the courageous acts of individual ICRC delegates at the time.
Fritz Christen, d. 1995
 Rodolph Emerich and Willy Elinzman were permanently employed at Treblinka station unloading trains of Jews. 2 German railwaymen. http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?t=43
 Guenther Rohr, born 1893, General .
during the warsaw uprising.
Wilhelm Werle, d. 1966

Hans BELZER (same rank or equivalent), serve in artillery (same arm). DoD: 07/11/1977

Rudolf Bösel. SS deathhead

Julius Ellandi:

Julius Ellandi, crimes in Estonia
d. 1969, Toronto ; In September 1941 he was appointed as phased array 184th Estonian julgestusgrupi 14th officer for the company, then 185th Estonian julgestusgrupi ruler, but that position was only for a short time. 1941st Between December 1942nd February acted as the 184th Estonian Julgestusgrupi Administrator. Then there was the 186th Estonian julgestusgrupi upper and 1942nd June to September the 181st Estonian julgestusgrupi commander.1943rd served from January 30th Estonian Police Battalion until its liquidation in June as head of the 1944th Then was the 40th Estonian Police Battalion commander, August 1944, however, he became the 38th Estonian Police Battalion commander.

1944th In the autumn he was hampered by his troops waged along Kärevere under the Red Army ületulekukatseid Kärevere battle , retreated with the unit in September 1944 in Latvia and from there to Germany. 1944th appointed in October Neuhammer 20th Estonian Division company commanders refresher training commander.After the Second World War was detained Uklei War prison camp in Belgium and Germany .

Julius Ellandi moved from Germany to England, then to Canada in the Toronto Estonian Association of Combatant and vice-chairman ofthe Estonian Fighters Association from a board member. died on 11 December 1969. in Toronto//////

Grenz Polizei, means Cross Police.

Fritz Stoerz 

Fritz Kranefuss
On September 2, 1942, Kranefuss visited the Secretary of State Albert Ganzenmüller, who was charged by way of introduction with the organisational arrangements of the Jewish deportations. While the transport costs of the deportation trains of the SS were discussed. The speaker of Ganzenmüller, Wilhelm Kleinmann, Deputy of Director General of the Deutsche Reichsbahn, should clarify the questions related to the SS in the transport.

The previous activities for Himmler found its recognition so Kranefuss was promoted to SS-Brigadeführer on 30 January 1944. Until the end of the war, Kranefuss dealt with the issues of the provision of supplies and the use of prisoners in the production, including the Brabag. In May 1945 to he been arrested and transported to the East be, as it has been claimed in a process to the Brabag in the 1960s.
Wilhelm Kleinmann, claimed to be dead May 45.
Franz Hayler (* 29. August 1900 in Schwarzenfeld; † 11. September 1972 in Aschau im Chiemgau) war ein selbständiger Kaufmann, der in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus als Mitglied von NSDAP und SS bis zum Staatssekretär und zum stellvertretenden Wirtschaftsminister im Reichsministerium für Wirtschaft aufstieg.
not “Dr Kurt Krause.”
Karl Wilhelm Krause (5 March 1911–6 May 2001) was a Waffen-SS officer (SS number: 236,858) who rose to the rank of SS-Hauptsturmführer (captain) during World War II. He was a personal orderly (valet) and bodyguard to Adolf Hitler from 1934 to mid-September 1939. Thereafter, he served in the 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend. He survived the war and surrendered to American troops. Krause was interned until June 1946.
Krause returned to the German navy (Kriegsmarine) and took part in the invasion of Norway in April 1940. Later that same year, he served in the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler. Then in December 1943, Krause was assigned to the 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend and rose to the rank of SS-Hauptsturmführer.[5][9] His flak unit was credited with shooting down 45 allied aircraft.[5][9]
After recapturing Kharkov, soldiers of the LSSAH engaged in the murder of wounded Soviet soldiers that were located in the city’s military hospital; several hundred perished. Additionally, per the Commissar Order captured Soviet officers and commissars were routinely executed.Elements of LSSAH took part in Fabrikaktion “factory action” a/k/a/ Großaktion Juden “Major Action (on) Jews”, an operation to capture remaining German Jews that worked in the arms industry. Soldiers of the Leibstandarte helped the Gestapo round up Jews in Berlin; people were taken from their jobs and herded in cattle wagons on February 27–28th 1943. Most of the captured perished either in Auschwitz or other camps in the East.[23][24][25][page needed] Further, the division was awarded stolen Jewish property. For example, in May 1943 it was to receive 500 men’s watches taken from Jews. And, as with other Waffen-SS divisions, it received winter clothing that was confiscated from camps and ghettos in the East.[26]
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