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More Nazis 2: including Drs involved in euthanasia; incomplete, weak or no punishment; plus, recent comments


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Ferdinand Eypeltauer (born September 28, 1893 in Vienna; d. 19 July 1979) was an Austrian Prosecutor in Linz and Nazi.

Those chiefly responsible for recruiting the lower-ranking staff of Hartheim, according to subsequent witness statements, were the two Gau inspectors, Stefan Schachermayr (1912–2008[14]) and Franz Peterseil (1907–1991), as well as Adolf Gustav Kaufmann (1902–1974), head of the inspection department of the T4 central office in Berlin. [15]

Julius Muthig (born May 9, 1908 in Aschaffenburg, Germany; d. unknown) was a German physician and SS Guide world  War II.
Years Muthspiel studied medicine and graduated at the University of Würzburg with a 1934 published thesis eclampsia without cramping Dr. med.
In February 1940, he was camp physician in the concentration camp of Dachau, from July 1940 to site doctor in the Neuengamme concentration camp. From April 1941 to July 1942 he was again first camp physician in Dachau. Afterwards, he became a first camp physician at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. From 1944 on, he held the rank of 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 Matilda Muthig, the Chief doctor of the euthanasia killings of the T4 intermediate Institute Kalmenhof in Idstein.
Mathilde Muthig (born 4 June 1909 in dinslaken, Germany; died August 6, 1996 in Neuhäusel [1], born Wolters, due to marriages also Weber and Constable man) head physician at the Idstein was Kalmenhof. In this capacity, she was responsible for hundreds of deaths in the context of the euthanasia murders of Nazi Germany from 1939 to 1945. In the literature it is called almost exclusively Mathilde Weber.
She grew up in a strict Catholic home in Dinslaken on the lower Rhine. Her father was a railway official. She attended the higher school for young ladies in dinslaken, Germany, later moved to the convent of the Dominican nuns in Euskirchen.
She made her Abitur with moderate notes in 1931, and began the study of medicine at the University of Bonn. This completed 1938 with the title “enough”. After the prescribed practical year at the University of Bonn, and half a year work she came in June 1939 as Assistant at the Kalmenhof.
Initially, it was allowed to perform only administrative activities. The chief physician had prohibited her patients due to inadequate qualifications. This however was conscripted into the German army, she took over its function. Henceforth, she used a PhD, she in fact but not acquired.
From now on, the number of deaths on the Kalmenhof grown rapidly. Deaths were an absolute exception, until 1939 they have now become the rule.
After the war, she was sentenced to three and a half years in prison. The detention period was, among other things due to a petition as well as the support of magistrate’s Idstein, reduced: after two-thirds of the punishment were least, the remaining sentence was adopted her in the context of a Gnadenerlasses. She married the physician and Sturmbannführer Julius Muthig your brother-in-law. Initially, she had worked from 1954 as receptionist at him.[2] in 1960, she allegedly requested kassenärztliche approval with success and practiced law from then on again.[3] She lived until 1994 largely unmolested in Idstein in the nearby environment to the Kalmenhof moved to then however after Neuhäusel.


The University clinic’s records were destroyed during the war.

Adolf Gustav Kaufmann, auch Gustl Kaufmann,(* 20. Dezember 1902 in Przemysl, heute in Polen; † 20. August 1974 in Freising)
was in the Nazi Reich SA-colonel, head of the inspection department of the central office-T4, deputy district director of the National Socialist Party in the General District Tauria / Crimea and district leaders in Ceske Budejovice.

Medical drs:
Dr Karl Babor (* August 23 1918 in Vienna , † January 21 1964 in Addis Ababa ) was an Austrian SS-Captain (1944) and camp doctor in several concentration camps

Friedrich Karl Dermietzel (* February 7 1899 in Lunow ; † July 7 1981 ) was SS Brigade Commander , Major General of the Waffen-SS and doctor .

Die ”’Liste NS-Ärzte und Beteiligte an NS-Medizin. I didn’t include every name listed.There are more listed on Nazi doctors pages.

Günther Brandt (* October 1 1898 in Kiel , † 1973 ) was a German anthropologist and National Socialist .

Lothar Stengel von Rutkowski (* 3 September 1908 in Hofzumberge today Tērvete , Latvia , † August 24 1992 in Wittmund , Germany) was physician , advocate of the National Socialist racial hygiene and poet .

Emil Heinrich Schütz [1] (* April 12th 1906 in Schmiedeberg ) was a German doctor and participated in human experiments in Nazi concentration camps .

Friedrich Stumpfl (* September 13th 1902 in Vienna , † 1994 ) was an Austrian psychiatrist , forensic biologist , eugenicist / eugenicists and after 1951 a court expert .

Hermann Voss (* October 13th 1894 in Berlin , † January 19th 1987 in Hamburg ; full name: Christian Heinrich Emil Hermann Voss) was a German anatomist .According to Ernst Klee operation Voss “a roaring trade with skeletons and skulls of Jews”. ” [3]

Hans-Wolfgang Romberg (* May 15th 1911 in Berlin , † September 6 1981 in Weil am Rhein ) was a PhD in German aviation medicine. Nuremberg Doctors’ Trial acquitted. He later held a doctor’s office in Dusseldorf. Investigation by the Prosecutor of the Regional Court Munich II against Romberg, Georg August Weltz and Siegfried Ruff and were stopped in 1959. [2]

Kurt Friedrich Plötner [Ploetner](* October 19 1905 in Hermsdorf, † February 26 1984 ) was a German doctor who in the concentration camps of Sachsenhausen and Dachau human experiments conducted and the war unscathed after a career as a high school teacher was.

Günther Brandt (* October 1 1898 in Kiel , † 1973 ) was a German anthropologist and National Socialist .

Anton Endrös [Endroes](* June 15 1900 in Traunstein , † February 20 1962 in Traunstein)

Gregor Ebner (* June 24 1892 in Ichenhausen / Bayern ; † March 22 1974 in Wolfratshausen )

Julius Deussen (* June 25th 1906 in Leipzig , † 1974 ) was a German physician, psychiatrist and philosopher as well as in the era of National Socialism responsible for the murder of disabled children.

Herbert Böhme [Boehme](* 17. Oktober 1907 in Frankfurt (Oder); † 23. Oktober 1971 in Lochham)

Julius Deussen (* June 25th 1906 in Leipzig , † 1974 ) was a German physician, psychiatrist and philosopher as well as in the era of National Socialism responsible for the murder of disabled children.

Hans-Joachim Böhme [Boehme](* 10. Januar 1909 in Magdeburg; † 31. Mai 1960)

Heinrich Eufinger (* January 29 1894 in Wiesbaden , † March 11 1988 in Wilhelmshaven ) was a German gynecologist and SS -doctor.

Falk Alfred Ruttke (* November 11th 1894 in Halle (Saale) , † September 9 1955 in Stuttgart – Bad Cannstatt ) was a German jurist . He is profiled as a representative of the Nazi racial hygiene , having been, as a legal commentator of the ” Law for the Prevention of Genetically Diseased Offspring “one of the leading figures of the Nazi racial laws.

Arthur Julius Giitt [Gutt](* August 17th 1891 in Michelau, district Rosenberg in West Prussia ; † March 2nd 1949 in Stade ) was a German physician and eugenicist . In the era of National Socialism , he rose within a short time to be an influential medical officer. He is considered the “creator” of the ” Law for the Prevention of Genetically Diseased Offspring , “the legal basis of the Nazi forced sterilization policy .­hibit/online/deadlymedicine/
Exhibit at Harvard University
Nazi Drs in Euthanasia

Adolf Hitler’s euthanasia program experienced its first successful experiment with poison gas on January 4, 1940, after a number of murders by injection. The gassing experiment took place at Brandenburg asylum, not far from Berlin, and was described by Dr. August Becker of the Criminal Technical Institute (KTI) of the German police:

Heinrich Friedrich Karl Bunke (* July 24 1914 in Wohlde, Landkreis Celle, † September 2001 in Celle) was in the National Socialist German Reich during the Nazi “euthanasia” program as a doctor in the Nazi killing centers Brandenburg and Bernburg active.

On 18 May 1987 was sentenced by the district court of Frankfurt am Main for accessory to murder in at least 11,000 cases to four years in prison, the Federal Court on appeal reduced the sentence pronounced on with 14 December 1988 to three years on the grounds that the accessory to murder 9,200 people could be detected for only.[9]

According to a prison term of 18 months Bunke was dismissed.

Kurt Borm (* August 25th 1909 in Berlin, † June 29 2001) was the National Socialist German Reich SS-Captain and as part of T4 as a doctor in the Nazi killing center Sonnenstein in Pirna , as well as employees in the central office-T4 in Berlin.

Hermann Paul Nitzsche (* 25 November 1876 in Colditz; † 25. March 1948 in Dresden (executed)) was a director of the welfare and institutes for care Leipzig Dösen and Pirna Sonnenstein, consultants and medical directors/conductors of the action T4 in National Socialist German.

Kallmeyer, Helmut
Kallmeyer was detectable in early 1942 in Lublin. To a particular contract, he could not remember later. Allegedly, he returned after a week back to Berlin, there should analyze drinking water and, after an illness in the summer of 1942 added to the Criminal Technical Institute. Obtain a letter of 2 Kallmeyer May 1944, in which he ordered on behalf of the Criminal Technical Institute “15 bottles of Kohlenoyd.” [3]

After the war
Kallmeyer in 1946 questioned in connection with the Nuremberg Doctors’ Trial as a witness. He denied having been aware of the euthanasia killing anything. His subsequent work at CTI, he played down, and he had never done anything with gas and poison. The couple admitted only what could be the subject of found documents. Even if the investigating authorities gave no credence to the assertions, the couple could not be proven with a participation in the various murders.

After the war Kallmeyer served as senior executive in the State Statistical Office in Kiel and later for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the **United Nations (FAO) in Cuba and Ghana. [4] There he met in 1960, along with Horst Schumann, adopted in regard to their activities the Nazi killing center Sonnenstein was discovered [5].

Dr Erwin Weinmann (1909 – ?, doctor, SS-Oberführer[2]
(born July 6, 1909 in Fromm house group Tübingen; † disappeared in 1945 and declared 1949 for dead) was a German physician

Heinrich Gross (* 14. November 1915 in Wien; † 15. Dezember 2005 in Hollabrunn

Arthur Josef Schreck (* 15. August 1878 in Baden-Baden; † 3. Oktober 1963 in Pfullendorf

Walter Schmidt, (* 9. Juli 1910 in Wiesbaden; † 31. Januar 1970

August Dietrich Allers (* May 17th 1910 in Kiel, † March 22 1975 in Munich) was a Nazi and a leader in the “euthanasia” program (T-4involved).

Georg Martin Waffen SS commander

Dr. Gerhard Kloos

Horst Schumann (* 1. Mai 1906 in Halle an der Saale; † 5. Mai 1983 in Frankfurt am Main) was a Dr at Auschwitz.

Friedrich Tillmann (* August 6 1903 in Cologne-Mülheim, † February 12th 1964 in Cologne

Ernst Heinrichsohn d. 1992, on trial 1980, Eichmann’s man
Johannes Zingler d. 1964
Otto Welke
Friedrich Bremer
Dr. Karl Wienert d 1992

Friedrich Karl Dermietzel (February 7, 1899 in Lunow; † 7 July 1981) was an SS brigade commander, Major General of the Waffen-SS and physician.

Eric Pleasants 1998, UK SS, traitor

Hugo Hubener

Heinrich Barbl was alive in 1965, sobibor. unknown

Robert Juhrs, d. unknown.

Kurt Giese, d 1979, in 1944 the concentration camp Mauthausen and Auschwitz (this on June 28
1944), visited could not remember after the war, that
where prisoners were worked to death and mass-murdered.

In the trial of the Legal Secretary of the
Ministry of Justice Rudolf Marx, Albert was Hupperswiller Others
Giese also been indicted. All defendants were sentence
of the District Court of Wiesbaden, 24 March 1952 acquitted because “the
Evidence (…) does not even indicate a need arise ”
had, “that the defendants knew that governance would
Injury to the inmates. “[1]

Giese worked after the war as a lawyer in Hanover, under
others he has defended the T4 expert, Hans Heinze (below, Sehnmann?).

Otto Heidl (d. 1955). Natzweiler, camp dr. Suicide in prison.

Carl Hans “Heinze” Sennhenn (d, 1983) was a Nazi German psychiatrist and eugenicist.Hans Heinze was tried and found guilty of war crimes and received a prison term of seven years. After his release from prison, he became chief physician for adolescent psychiatry at Wunstdorf State Hospital.

Werner Kirchert (* October 4th 1906 in Halle an der Saale; † unknown) was a German physician, SS Lieutenant Colonel (1942) and senior physician at the inspector of concentration camps. SHOCKING That his fate is unknown!

Richard von Hegener (* September 2 1905 in Sens Castle, East Prussia; † September 18th 1981 in Hamburg)

Hans Hefelmann (* October 4 1906 in Dresden, † April 12th 1986 in Munich) was in the National Socialist German Reich as Head of the Main Office IIb office of the leader of one of the most responsible for organizing and implementing the Nazi “euthanasia” program (Action T4).

Georg Renno (13 January 1907 in Strasbourg; † 4 October 1997) was responsible in 1940 as deputy medical director of the killing center at Hartlepool for the killing of 28,000 people in the Nazi T4 euthanasia program

Reinhold Vorberg (* July 5 1904 in Kiel, † October 2nd 1983 in Bonn) was an official in the office of the leader and responsible for the murders of the sick T4 action.

Franz Josef Huber (* January 22 1902 in Munich, † January 30th 1975
the same place[1]) was head of the Secret State Police and Chief of
Security Police and SD in the Reichsgaue Vienna, Lower Danube and
Upper Danube during the period of National Socialism.

Josef Gorfer
Heinz-Hans Schutt, death unknown

Hermann Michel – Sobibor criminal, no info.
Gerhard Putsch
Herbert Wenzel, Werewolf, never found

Georg Konrad Morgen, SS Judge
Dachau, dead, 1988

Heinz Schubert, d.19 71; 3 years

Hans Ehlich d 1991, freed
Hans Thiel Korner

Heinz Hummitsch, d 1995, not found guilty
Otto Bovensiepen, d. 1979, free for 8 years

Hans Seigling
Conrad Schellong
Richard Schulze-Kossens d 1988

Hermann Schaper d after 2002
(born 12 August 1911 at Straßburg im Elsass, Germany – deceased),
Legal proceedings against him were terminated on 2 September 1965 despite his positive identification.[3][4]
During the subsequent investigation, Count van der Groeben confirmed that it was indeed Hermann Schaper who conducted mass executions of Jews in his district. Schaper’s case was reopened in 1974. In 1976, a German court in Giesen (Hessen) pronounced Schaper guilty of executions of Poles and Jews by the kommando SS Zichenau-Schroettersburg. Schaper was sentenced to six-years imprisonment, but was soon released for medical reasons.[3][4] He was still alive in 2002,[5] but had since died of old age in his nineties. According to statement received by the IPN from German prosecution, the documentation of his trial is no longer available and, it has most likely been destroyed after the case was terminated

Max Rostock, d 1986

Arnold Dohmen
August 2, 1906 in Duisburg, † 1980) was a German internist, bacteriologist and medical officer of the Army Medical Inspectorate, in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp undertook hepatitis experiments on Jewish children. (more in the comments)
Dohmen practiced after the war, as established in the district of Detmold internist. On 27 February 1975 was set brought against him investigation. [1] Dohmen previously denied having been involved in the selection of the children and claimed to have carried out sham trials. This version was the prosecutor responsible for non-refutable. [4]

The fate of the children was in the documentary “Every time was a miracle – The children of Sachsenhausen” trials.
Niels Eugen Haagen (June 17, 1898 in Berlin, † 3 August 1972) was a doctor of German bacteriologist and virologist and professor at the University of Strassburg. He led the Natzweiler-Struthof by, among other typhus experiments prisoners.

This series of experiments, funded by the DFG, were carried out on behalf of the Air Force. [1]
Haagen died in August 1972 in Berlin [3].

** Brigitte Crodel, his assistant-and spouse~

Josef Jahn

Fritz Hippler d 2002, film Eternal Jew

Johann Beck

Hans Bissinger

Hans Bludau

Wilhelm Hermann Pfannenstiel (born June 8, 1886 in Munich, † 10 April 1961) was a German psychiatrist and neurologist at the time of National Socialism and T4 as reviewers and directly involved as perpetrators of crimes euthanasia.

In 1940 he was in Marburg on leave and used as a Hygiene Inspector in Berlin, where his duties included also the inspection of concentration camps in the General Government. In the years 1942 and 1943, he attended the extermination camps of Belzec, where he personally attended in August 1942 the gassing of Jews.

Pfannenstiel was with Kurt Gerstein in Belzec concentration camp in August 1942 during which he witnessed the botched gassing of Jews from Lwów, an episode which Gerstein included in the subsequently named Gerstein Report and which is partly corroborated in the report of Wehrmacht NCO Wilhelm Cornides – source: German wiki.

Gerhard Nauck, no deathdate. b. 1893… german wiki.

in the rank of criminal investigation Director V B 3 (Sittlichkeitsverbrechen) unit in the Division V B within the Office Group V (“crime”). In this capacity, nauck was involved in the persecution of Gypsies “at decisive point”.[7] In December 1943 nauck Institute of the RKPA was appointed Director of the Kriminalbiologischen.
in the rank of criminal investigation Director V B 3 (Sittlichkeitsverbrechen) unit in the Division V B within the Office Group V (“crime”). In this capacity, nauck was involved in the persecution of Gypsies “at decisive point”.[7] In December 1943 nauck Institute of the RKPA was appointed Director of the Kriminalbiologischen.
Ernst Georg Nauck (1897-1963), Acting Head of Tropical Diseases, 1943-47 fur_Tropenmedizin

Friedrich Wilhelm Altena

Valentin Faltlhauser (* 28. November 1876 in Wiesenfelden; † 8. Januar 1961 in München)

Herbert Scholz

Dr. Wilhelm Staudinger

Michael Lippert
He served 1 year, for murdering Ernst Roehm, AFTER the war.
d 1969

Waldemar Fegelein {1912-2000} was a Standartenführer (Colonel) in the
Waffen SS during World War II.

Emanuel Schäfer [Schaefer](April 20, 1900 – December 4, 1974) was an
SS-Oberführer (Senior Colonel) and Reinhard Heydrich’s protegee in
Nazi Germany.(SS) in September 1936. Schäfer took part in the discussion in Berlin
on September 21, 1939, with Heydrich, the bureau chiefs of the RSHA
(Reich Security Main Office), and Adolf Eichmann.[1]

During World War II, Schäfer was head of the Nazi security police in
Serbia. After the war, in Germany, he was sentenced to six and a half
years in prison for having gassed to death 6,280 women and children.
[2] Emanuel Schäfer died in 1974 at age 74.

Freidrich Panzinger, d 1959

Friedrich Tillmann (* 6. August 1903 in Köln-Mülheim; † 12. Februar 1964 in Köln),

Karl-Heinz Bertling , d. 1964.

Wilhelm Fuchs (1 September 1898 in
Mannheim – 24 January 1947 in Belgrade) was a Nazi Einsatzkommando
leader. From April 1941 to January 1942 he commanded Einsatzgruppe
Serbien. From 15 September 1943 through 27 May 1944 he commanded
Einsatzkommando. Date of death: 1947

Friedrich Wilhelm Bock
d. 78

Josef Altstötter (* January 4 1892 in Bad Griesbach, † November 13th
1979 in Nuremberg) was Assistant Secretary in the Ministry of Justice.

Bruno Streckenbach
d 1977 also had been released in 1955. They were to try him again in 1973, but trial was dismissed due to “poor health.”
(* 7 February 1902 in Hamburg, † 28 October 1977 ) held the rank of SS-Brigadeführer (Major General), when he was the head of Amt I (Department I): Administration and Personnel of the Reichssicherheitshauptamt (Reich Main Security Office or RSHA), but eventually achieved the rank of SS-Gruppenführer (Lieutenant General) both in Allgemeine-SS and Waffen-SS. He was responsible for many thousands of murders committed by Nazi mobile killing squads known as Einsatzgruppen

Walter Blume, d. 1974.
In 1945, Blume was captured in Salzburg, by the Americans and taken to Landsberg prison, was tried for his crimes in the first instance and sentenced to death but the sentence was commuted to 25 years in prison out free in 1955 only 10 years of serving the sentence. Blume said about the reason for his zeal in the Holocaust [3]:

“It was a job for the German soldiers, the elimination of defenseless people, but the Führer had ordered these actions because he was convinced that they (the Jews) would turn against us, and that these executions were entrusted to protect our wives and our children. ”
November 13, 1974, death.

“[google trans: A preliminary Investigation Renewed in an indictment flowed from 30 June 1973, Streckenbach.
Because of murder at least one million humans *** WAS Accused of . Due to the appraisal of the court -medical service Hanseatic , the Hamburg Higher Regional Health Authority Rejected court on 20 September 1974 the opening of the main method.”

Gustav Adolf Scheel
d 1979

Albert Rapp, life in prison in 1965. Date of death, unk.
he directed the deportation of Jews from the Warthegau in the General Government. According to him, were resettled in the November / December 1939 for example 80,000 people. From April 1940, he led the SD section of Munich. Between February 1942 and January 1943, Rapp leader of the Sonderkommando 7a in the use of group B and was head of the mass killing of Jews. Due to an injury Rapp was then Chief of Security Police and Security Service (IDS) in Braunschweig and had to undergo in 1943 an SS-disciplinary process. Trigger for this process were shots, had given the rapper the influence of alcohol, when used in Russia to an SS-type accommodation. Because of the vulnerability of command members Rapp with 14 days curfew was occupied. From October 1944 until the spring of 1945, Rapp was used as a group leader in the main office VI of the Reich Security Main Office (RSHA). During the Battle of Berlin, Rapp sat with other staff of the RSHA under the direction of Otto Ohlendorf after Flensburg

Horst Ahnert. born in 1909 – Disappeared in 1945. German official pertaining to the FOLL Nazi, that had participation in the Jewish Holocaust during World War II.

Heinz Rothke, d 1966 ** Involved in Holocaust in France, lived seemingly unperturbed by the law.

Eugen Steimle, d. 1987. Received six years.

Max Simon (6 January 1899 – 1 February 1961) was a German SS-Gruppenführer (lieutenant General) und Generalleutnant der Waffen-SS during World War II

Dr Rudolf Brachtel, d 1988, Dachau Dr. Acquitted, probably for ‘lack of evidence.’
Dr Allen Panzinger, d. 1959
Erwin Schulz, d 1981, free since 1954
Bruno Muller, Bruno, d. 1960 *(see most recent page. Same man?)
Walter Haensch,  , unkn after 1955

Gerda Weyand (* 5 November 1912) was a German Gynäkologin and as a KZ-lady doctor in the woman KZ Ravensbrück was used.

On March 9, 1941 Konrad von Preysing, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Berlin, delivered a sermon from the pulpit of St. Hedwig’s Cathedral attacking the Nazi euthanasia program. (Into That Darkness 74-5)

Horst Alberto Carlos Fuldner Brüne (* 16.) December 1910 in Buenos Aires. d. 1992 in Madrid) SS-Hauptsturmführer, NS agent in Argentina and a key figure NS border crossing was Argentine German. [1]­s/worldnews/europe/germany/697­3460/Recording-of-Nazi-officer­s-who-found-Hitlers-body-relea­sed.html

Ludwig Freude, Nazi financier, Argentina. d, 1950’s.
not on wiki de:
Ernst Goppert
Eduard Jacobshagen


Adolf Dabelow, Prof anatomy Univ of Munich, d 1984
Helmut Becher
Alfred Berminghoff

Eugen Fischer, d. 1967
Decisive, however, was the publication of the plan of human heredity and eugenics, in later editions (to 1936) human heredity and eugenics, which he together with Erwin Baur and Fritz Lenz had written. Also, by the 1960s it was – more common among the short title “Baur-Fischer-Lenz” – the standard work in anthropology, binding on the administration at the universities. Fischer was the immediate forerunner of the Nazi racial theories. Succeeded by Von Verschuer.

Richard Kuhn, director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Medical Research.
d 1967
1943, since he at the nerve-gas research involved, and invented the poison gas soman.[1] He was the human experiments of the Nazis and informed wrote on 10 December 1943 an opinion on an alleged tuberculosis-cure: “There are already human trials of a lung sanatorium near Darmstadt in attack was taken. “[1] On 27 January 1944, he was one of the participants in the mycelium meeting in armaments ministry, which was reported on the tests, concentration campinmates cellulose waste product to feed to it. Furthermore, he also wrote a report.[1] That same year, he was scientific adviser Karl Brandt, the General Commissioner for the medical and health care.[1] google trans, wiki de.

Gerhard Bohne (* 1. Juli 1902 in Braunschweig; † 8. Juli 1981)
JD, responsible for euthanasia laws

Ernst Rudolf Huber
JD, rehabilitated after 1956. Worked with Carl Schmitt.

Dr Peter Muhlens
death 1943
“These patients were those selected in the context of antimalarial treatment infected with malaria. It was hoped that through the healing effects caused by the malaria fever. In these infected patients could now be tested against the malaria agent. This procedure was risky, since the malaria-induced fevers ran some fatal. Initially, patients and family members have informed consent and obtained it, a practice that was abandoned after up to 1925 and after.[2] In the era of National Socialism was Mühlens this practice continued under and extended. As Long Horn were also other patients from the psychiatric hospital infected with malaria and attempts made. Problems for the scientists of the Tropical Institute appeared only as 1941 in the framework of the Action T4 by you as “guinea pigs” abused patients were killed prematurely.

During the war in 1939 at the Institute for marine and tropical diseases, a typhus research station established. This initiative aimed to Mühlens an outpost in occupied Warsaw one. Institute staff were there partly responsible for the establishment of the Warsaw ghetto. In November 1941, broke out among forced laborers in the port of Hamburg from typhus. Then came the majority of Warsaw’s employees returned to Hamburg. Mühlens was in this context as “agents of the Reich Governor (Karl Kaufmannfor disease control “with far-reaching powers in Hamburg appointed). Was then in Hamburg typhus research intensified. Once in December 1941 in Neuengamme a typhus epidemic broke out, Mühlens requested in January 1942 by letter for Heinrich Himmlerfor research on drugs for human typhus experiments on prisoners in Neuengamme perform. The request was granted and doctors of the Tropical Institute conducted experiments on prisoners in Neuengamme and later at prisoners who had been transferred to Long Horn by.”


William Witteler (born April 20, 1909 in Steele, now Essen. Presumed dead.) was SS Major leaders and German physician and medical officer in the concentration camp Dachau. Witteler as war criminals in the Dachau trials was sentenced to death, later pardoned and released early in 1954.

He was a member of the Waffen-SS to the SS Death’s Head units. 1939 to 1940 he was an SS doctor in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. From 1940 to 1943 he served as regimental surgeon in the 3rd SS-Panzer-Division Totenkopf, inter alia, on the eastern front in use. Between 1 January 1944 and 20 August 1944 Witteler first was camp doctor in the concentration camp Dachau. In this concentration camp, he had been working as a doctor in 1938. According to his own later testimony [2] Witteler was involved in the *selection of prisoners who have malaria during the trials of Claus Schilling infected deliberately. Prisoners whose death was foreseeable as a result of the experiments were transferred to the hospital, led by Witteler. After the death of these prisoners Witteler signed the death certificate, which contained no evidence of malaria infection. As a camp doctor at the hospital was Witteler with 1500-1700 detainees reportedly died a month Wittelers 60-80 prisoners. [3] In August 1944, came back Witteler for combat.

Witteler on 13 December 1945 as well as 35 co-defendants sentenced to death. In his case, the court saw Witteler’s participation in two executions as individual Exzesstat to be proven [5]. Witteler had noted the death of the executed. He also was the first medical officer responsible for the hygiene and disease prevention of the prisoners.
In the appeal the sentence was later reduced to twenty years imprisonment. In a review report of March 1946, it was said, referring to Witteler’s role in the malaria experiments that he was guilty as a joint project of a crime [7]. . . After his release from prison for war criminals in Landsberg (Lech) on 13 March 1954 Witteler went went back to Essen-Steele.

W­ilhelm Zander d. 1974­article.cgi?file=/chronicle/ar­chive/2003/11/09/ING9C2QSKB1.D­TL
article claims US funded Eugenics