Martin Gottfried Weiss era un SS-Obersturmbannführer y comandante de diversos campos de concentración del Tercer Reich, incluyendo Dachau y Lublin-Majdanek. Poco después de que llegó a Majdanek, se produjo una de las peores masacres de judíos, se calcula que 17.000 personas murieron en un solo día. Después de la guerra, Weiss fue detenido por los EE.UU. y juzgado junto con otros 39 SS. Fue declarado culpable y ahorcado el 29 de mayo de 1946.
Fritz Ernst Fischer (5 October, 1912 – 2003 in Ingelheim) was a German medical doctor who, under the Nazi regime, participated in "medical experiments" conducted on inmates of the Ravensbrück concentration camp.
Karl Franz Gebhardt (1897 – 1948) was a German medical doctor. He served as Medical Superintendent of the Hohenlychen Sanatorium, Consulting Surgeon of the Waffen-SS, Chief Surgeon in the Staff of the Reich Physician SS and Police, and personal physician to Heinrich Himmler. Gebhardt was the main coordinator of a series of surgical experiments performed on inmates of the concentration camps at Ravensbrück and Auschwitz.
Joachim Mrugoswski was Professor, MD, Chief of the Hygiene Institute of the Waffen-SS, Senior Hygienist at the Reich, SS-Physician, SS and Waffen-SS Colonel. Mrugowsky coordinated human experimentation at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp near Berlin. This included testing of biological warfare agents, including poisoned bullets. He was implicated in all medical experiments, which were conducted on concentration camp prisoners.After the war he was hanged for his war crimes.
Generalmajor Heinz Brandt (11 March 1907 – 21 July 1944) was a German Wehrmacht staff officer who served during World War II as an aide to Generalleutnant Adolf Heusinger, who was the head of the operations unit of the General Staff. He is notable for winning an equestrian olympic gold medal and for possibly saving Adolf Hitler's life unwittingly by moving the 20 July plot bomb planted by Oberst Claus von Stauffenberg.
Maria Mandel First time I have heard of these women. She was an Austrian SS-Helferin infamous for her key role in The Holocaust as a top-ranking official at the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp where she is believed to have been directly responsible for the deaths of over 500,000 female prisoners.