Friday, July 29, 2016
Thursday, July 28, 2016
He was a nazi official at mauthausen concentration camp and was tried by Us military court after the camp was liberated and he was arrested.he was tried in the case of Altfuldisch VS US in a group of 61 members where all were found guilty. H e was sentenced to death but later was commuted to life sentence. His chest number during trial was 26
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Nazi official at mauthusen camp and was arrested when the camp was over run by US forces. He was tried in the case of US vs Altfuldisch in a group of 61 members In Dachau trials a famous trial. He was sentenced to death but was not executed. He appealed and it was commuted to life imprisonment.his chest number during trial was 7
She was a lady camp guard at Neuengamme camp and later at Bergen Belsen concentration camp. She joined SS on 4 Nov 1944. After the end of the war and liberation of camp , she was arrested by the British army and she was tried at Belsen by the military court and she was sentenced to two years prison term. She was a beastly woman and used whip to strike inmates and even lashed a pregnant woman across face . Deducting the period of detention after arrest, she hardly stayed in jail for an year and was released. After release, she stayed in Hamburg and later shifted to west Germany in 1965. She passed away on 17 Sept 1977 at the age of 56 years.
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
..Riss Hans and another two nazis were inviolved in the mass killings of civilians including children and women at the village padule de fuce cchio in Itlay in 1944. this was investigated by a britisher E demonson from the survivors and based on his inputs a Court in rome in 2011 sentenced him to life imprisonment And the court also directed that 14 million euros be paid to the kin of the dead persons that was refused by German govt. Germany also refused to extradite the offenders. Riss hans lives at a village NAND is already 92 years old and refuses the charges against him .
Monday, July 25, 2016
He was a SS Waffen lieutenant. During WW II. He was one among the team that committed brutal killings of 550 Civilans including 119 children in the village S ant Anna Stazz ema .. Tuscany in I tally while withdrawing against the allies. The women were made to kneel infront of the church and pray before they were shot dead. An Italian prosecution team framed charges against him and in absence was sentenced to death by a court.But, the German court found that there was no evidence of charges against him. Germany did not extradite him. Sommer at the age of 93 years lives in a nursing home in Germany near Hamburg and suffers severe Dementia and can not stand trial. However as per some quarters the suffering of Dementia was faked. The person goes unpunished.
As a Hungarian police officer in the city of Kosice (now in Slovakia, but then occupied by Hungary) in 1944, Csatary allegedly organized the deportations of more than 15,000 Jews to Auschwitz. A Czechoslovak court convicted Csatary in absentia and sentenced him to death in 1948. He fled to Canada, where he worked as an art dealer until 1997. After Canadian authorities discovered he had lied on his passport application and revoked his citizenship, Csatary disappeared for another decade, until he was arrested in Budapest in 2012. Named by the Simon Wiesenthal Center (a Jewish human rights organization known for its determined hunting of former Nazis) as its “most wanted” suspect in 2011, the 98-year-old Csatary died while awaiting trial under house arrest in 2013.
Saturday, July 23, 2016
He arrived from Auschwitz to Belsen and was arrested by the British army on 17 April 1945 after liberating the camp. He contracted Typhus andwas treated at German hospital at Gifhon..He was not prosecuted at Belsen trials as he was unfit. He was interned at CIC Munsterlagerrd in July1946 and was released in Dec 1947. He was not prosecuted.
He was at A uschwitz and shifted to Belsen camp. He was arrested by British army when camp was over run. On 17 April 1945. He was infected with T yphus and was treated at G reman military hospital Gifhorn. He was declared unfit to stand B Ellen trial due to post typhus complications such as P purify and D ysentry. He was not prosecuted.
Friday, July 22, 2016
He was born in Czechoslovakia. He was with state railway and was arrested by Germans on 5 Aug 1940 and sent to Buchenwald camp on 22Aug 1940. On Dec 1940 he was sent to Neuengamme and in March 43 to Drugke and he reached Belgen Belsen camp on 4 April 1945 and was arrested by British army when the camp was over run by them . He was tried by the British military court at Luneberg in the case of JosefKrammer and others in a group of 45 members and was sentenced to 5 years in jail. He was released on 11A uh 1949.His chest number during trial was 20.
He was an electrician at Auschwitz concentration camp and was arrested by Allied troops of Britain on 17 April. 1945. He contacted typhus and was treated at Glynhughe hospital.He was declared unfit to stand trial for war crimes after his disability due to typhus after effects. He was interned at internment camp and released from civil internment camp in middle of October 1947. He was declared dead in 1997 as of 1980. Thus he escaped punishment for crimes. His chest number in Belsen trials was 15 and was not prosecuted
He was in polish army and fought Germans in 1939. he was arrested by German army and became a PW and was sent to a factory to work from where he escaped and went home. Gestapo arrested his family and threatened that they would kill them if Antoni did not surrender. Consequently, Antoni surrendered to Gestapo and he was sent to neuengamme on 10 march 1943. He was sent to a factory to work in honnoer stockmen.He was evacuated to BB camp on 7 apr1945.He was arrested by British army on 30 June 1945 when camp was over run by them. He was tried by British military court at Luneberg in the case of Josef Kramer in a group of 45 members and was acquitted.his chest number was 47 during the. Trial.
He was born in Poland and was deported to Germany on 28 sept 1941. He did not report to duty for two days and hence was taken to Gestapo HQ at Berlin and he was sent to SachsenHausen camp on 2 Nov 1941.he stayed there for two years and in Dec 1943 was sent to an outside komando called klinker three km away where he worked producing grenades. He then was sent to a factory where air crafts were manufactured . But this factory was destroyed in allied bombings and he was sent to Frank fort Ofer to a branch factory and from there on 10 march 1945 he was sent to sachsenhausen from where all sick persons were sent to Bergen Belsen camp and he arrived with them at the camp on 23 M arch 1945. He was arrested by British army when the camp was over run.He was tried at Belsen trials in the case of Josef Kramer in a group of 45 members by British military court at Luneberg. He was accused of beating prisoners with all types of implements and many witnesses confirmed it although Antoni denied charges.He was sentenced to 10 years prison term.His chest number was 32 during the trial.