Franz Ziereis comandante del campo de concentración de Mauthausen-Gusen, coronel de las SS Franz Ziereis fue el más largo comandante del campo titular de la misma instalación en todo el sistema de campos de concentración.Conocido como el "molinillo de hueso" en la jerga burocrática SS, Mauthausen-Gusen fue uno de los campamentos modelo cometidos explícitamente para ejecutar las funciones de la SS "muerte por la mano de obra" decreto.
Richard Baer was a Nazi official with the rank of SS-Sturmbannführer and commander of the Auschwitz I concentration camp from May 1944 to February 1945. At the end of the war, Baer fled and lived near Hamburg as Karl Egon Neumann, In the course of investigation in the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials a warrant for his arrest was issued in October 1960 He arrested in December 1960. On the advice of his lawyer he refused to testify and died of a heart attack in pre-trial detention in 1963.
When the former commander Treblinka, Kurt Franz, was arrested in 1959, a search of his home yielded a scrapbook with horrific photos of the massacre titled “Beautiful Years.
Theodor Eicke (1892-1943) was an SS-Obergruppenführer and commander of the Waffen-SS Totenkopf Division. Theodore Eicke executed SA Chief Ernst Röhm following the Night of the Long Knives purge in 1934. Eicke was killed on February 26, 1943 when his Fieseler Fi-156 Storch was shot down by Soviet troops. This man was a thug, and does not deserve credit for his medals. They belong to the brave soldiers in the Totenkopf Panzer Division that served under him.
Borkowski Max, a Gestapo officer who served in Bydgoszcz.
Germany, A prewar portrait of Eichmann. AN evil man who during his war crime trial in Israel said he was proud of the millions of killings he arranged of the Jews and would do it again.
Heydrich was one of the architects of the Holocaust, chairing the 1942 Wannsee conference, which laid out the plans for the extermination of all European Jews. Heydrich was wounded by British-trained Czechoslovak partisans in Prague during an assassination attempt named Operation Anthropoid. He would later die from these wounds.
From 1925 to 1945 Fritz ter Meer was on the board of IG Farben AG. He was involved in the planning of Monowitz concentration camp, a satellite camp of KZ Auschwitz. Fritz ter Meer was sentenced to seven years in prison in the Nuremberg Trials in 1948. After he was released in 1951 he became supervisory board chairman (Aufsichtsratsvorsitzender) of Bayer AG.
Max Pauly, Kommandant a Stutthof (1941-1942) y Neuengamme (1942-1945). De 65.000 a 85.000 personas perecieron en Stutthof durante la guerra, mientras que entre 40.000 y 56.000 murieron en Neuengamme. Max Pauly fue ahorcado el 8 de octubre de 1948 en Hameln, Alemania, probablemente por el verdugo británico Albert Pierrepoint.