Josef "Sepp" Dietrich (28 May 1892 – 21 April 1966) was a Waffen-SS general in Nazi Germany who commanded units up to Army level during World War II. Prior to 1929, he was Adolf Hitler's chauffeur and bodyguard but received rapid promotion after his participation in the murder of Hitler's political opponents during the Night of the Long Knives. He later commanded 6th Panzer Army during the Battle of the Bulge. After the war, he was imprisoned by the United States for war crimes and later by…
An extraordinary war heroine: Irena Sendler
Dr. Adelaide "Heidi" Hautval of Strasbourg, France was arrested by the Nazis. Sent to Auschwitz, she witnessed the medical experiments and refused to participate. Transported to Ravensbruck, she again refused to participate in experiments. When the doctor said that Jews were different, she said, “In this camp, many people are different from me. You, for example.” She saved many lives by hiding the condemned as patients and stayed at the camp with Mme Vaillant-Couturier post war to care for…
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Hans Karl Möser, or Hans Moeser, (April 7, 1906 – † November 26, 1948) was a German Nazi SS officer at the Neuengamme, Auschwitz and Mittelbau-Dora concentration camps during World War II. Rising to the rank of SS-Obersturmführer, he was captured at the end of the war and tried by the United States Military Government Court for war crimes. The only one among 19 defendants at the Dora Trial sentenced to death, Möser was executed at Landsberg Prison in 1948.
Rudolf Hess and Joachim von Ribbentrop at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials.
Arthur Seyss-Inquart was one of 24 Nazi leaders tried for World War II war crimes in tribunals held in Nuremberg, Germany from October 18, 1945 to October 1, 1946.
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SS Obergruppenführer Friedrich August JECKELN (2 Feb 1895 – 3 Feb 1946) ordered & organised the deaths of 100,000+ Jews, Slavs, Romani, convicted war criminal & executed. Knight's Cross on 27 Aug 1944 as SS-Obergruppenführer & General of the Polizei and Waffen-SS, & Höherer SS- und Polizeiführer Ostland und Rußland-Nord and leader of a lett. SS-Polizei-Kampfgruppe; 802nd Oak Leaves on 8 Mar 1945 & SS-Obergruppenführer and General of the Waffen-SS and commanding general of the V…
General der Panzertruppe Walther Nehring (15 August 1892 - 20 April 1983), commander 18. Panzer Division, XXIV. Panzerkorps, 5. Panzerarmee, 1. Panzerarmee. Knight's Cross on 24 July 1941, 383rd Oak Leaves on 08 February 1944, 124th Swords on 22 January 1945. Following the end of the war, Nehring wrote a comprehensive history of the German Panzer forces from 1916 to 1945: "Die Geschichte der deutschen Panzerwaffe 1916 bis 1945".