Paul Ludwig Ewald von Kleist (8-8-1881 / 13 o 16-11-1954), Capitán General y Mariscal de Campo en la Segunda Guerra Mundial. El 30-3-1944 fue relevado del mando por Hitler, retirándose a su casa en Baviera. Allí es capturado por el ejército estadounidense, y trasladado a Grana Bretaña. Fue extraditado el 31-8-1946 a Yugoslavia y condenado a 15 años de trabajos forzados. En 1948 fue enviado a la URSS, sentenciado a cadena perpetua. Murió en 1954 en el Campo de prisioneros Vladimir.
Rare photo of SS-Oberführer Oskar Paul Dirlewanger,one of the most notorious murderers to wear the SS uniform. A psychopathic killer and child molester, founder and commanding officer of the notorious "Dirlewnager Brigade," manned by felons lifted out of prison,Dirlewanger associated himself with an unending stream of indescribable atrocities that moved even many senior SS commanders to demand his demotion and court martial.Postwar, Dirlewanger was taken POW and died while in captivity in…
Nikolaus von Falkenhorst was a German General in WW2. He planned and commanded the German invasion of Denmark and Norway (Unternehmung Weserübung) in 1940, and was commander of German troops in the Arctic from 1941 to 1944. After the war, he was imprisoned until 1953, although originally sentenced to death, and passed away in 1968.
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"Dr. Karl Franz Gebhardt was a brigadier general of the Waffen-SS, childhood friend of Himmler, and a practitioner of experiments on concentration camp inmates. Gebhardt infected prisoners to prove early sulfonamides did not work on gas gangrene. He also tried to transplant limbs of prisoners to German war wounded. After the war, Gebhardt was sentenced to death and hanged in 1948."
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Michael Wittmann (April 22, 1914 – August 8, 1944) was a German Waffen-SS tank commander during the Second World War. Wittmann rose to the rank of SS-Hauptsturmführer (captain) and was a Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross holder. He was a top scoring ace of the war with 168 tank kills.While in command of a single Tiger he destroyed up to 14 tanks and 15 personnel carriers along with 2 anti-tank guns within the space of 15 minutes.