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Fates of various SS and other officials

Postby David Thompson on 06 Jan 2004 02:40

Manstein started this thread in the H&WC section of the forum with the following message:

Does anyone have additional information on these war criminals (such as birth dates, death dates, what they were charged with, or release dates):

Richard BRUNS, (Kriminal Sekretar) and two others:

Tried by a Norwegian court (Lagmannsraett) for murders and torture, on 20.3.46. All the defendants were found guilty and sentenced to death by shooting. The sentence was upheld by the Supreme Court of Norway.

Siegfried FEHMER: Leading official of Security Police in occupied Norway. Tried by a Norwegian tribunal at Oslo in June, 1947, for torturing Norwegians under interrogation. Sentenced to death 28.6.47.

Reinhard GERLACH: Gestapo Chief of Litija in Slovenia. Tried in July, 1947, by a Yugoslav military court at Ljubljana, together with RAINER (q.v.) for atrocities against civil inhabitants. Sentenced to death 21.7.47. Hanged.

Kurt HANS: Head of the Criminal Police at Wursburg. Tried by a U.S. war crimes court at Dachau for complicity in the murders of Allied pilots. Sentenced to be hanged 10.5.47.

Franz Otto HOLSTEIN, (and 23 members of the SD and the Gestapo of Dijon):

Tried by a Permanent Military French Tribunal at Dijon for complicity in murders and pillage; 22 of the defendants were found guilty; some of them, including HOLSTEIN, were sentenced to death.

Karl Hans KLINGE: Tried by a Norwegian court for torturing Norwegian citizens; sentenced to death 27.2.46.

Bruno MULLER: Chief of Gestapo, Wilhelmshaven. Sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment by a British war crimes court in Germany, 9.12.47.

Karl NUSSBERGER: Chief of Security Police, Gaggenau. Sentenced to death by a British war crimes court at Wupperthal for the murders of prisoners of war, 10.5.46.

SANDNER: Obersturmftihrer SS. Chief of Security Police in the Nikolayev region. Sentenced to death by the U.S.S.R. Military Court in the Odessa district; hanged on 17.1.46. Police General SS. Police Chief in the Kiev region. Sentenced to death by a U.S.S.R. military court at Kiev; hanged in January, 1946.

Richard SCHULZ: Former high official in the Berlin Police Department. Tried by a U.S. war crimes court at Dachau for complicity in the murders of Allied pilots. Sentenced to be hanged 10.547.

Wilhelm Arthur WAGNER:

Head of Section IV (b) of the Security Police in Norway. Tried bv a Norwegian (Lagmannsret) court in October. 1946. for the deportation and inhumane ‘treatment of jews. Sentenced to death; sentence commuted to life imprisonment by the Norwegian Supreme Court, 30.4.47.

WITZLER: Police General SS. Chief of Security Police. Sentenced to death by a U.S.S.R. military court at Nikolayev; hanged on 17.1.46.

Thanks in advance!


Manstein -- Here's what I have on those fellows:

Bruns, Richard Wilhelm Hermann [Kriminalsekretaer] -- service, occupied Norway {put on trial 20 Mar 1946 by a Norwegian court (Eidsivating Lagmannsrett) on charges of murder and torture of Norwegian citizens during the occupation; acquitted of murder but convicted of torture and sentenced to death by firing squad; subsequent fate unknown (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume III, London, HMSO, 1948; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948; Holo. Ency. 1513).}

Fehmer, Sigfried Wolfgang (1911-1948) [SS-Hauptsturmführer und Kriminalrat] -- service as chief of the German Police and Security Service (Sicherheitspolizei und Sicherheitsdienst - Sipo/SD) counterintelligence operations in Norway 29 Apr 1940; chief of the German Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei - Gestapo) office in Norway Feb-May 1945 {arrested 2 Jun 1945 at Oslo when he had fled but returned for his dog (NYT 3 Jun 1945:12:2); put on trial by a Norwegian tribunal at Oslo Jun 1947 on charges of torturing Norwegians under interrogation; convicted and sentenced to death 28 Jun 1947 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 531, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948); executed 1948 (NorgesLexi - Norsk politisk dokumentasjon på internett!, Krigsleksikon, http://www.norgeslexi.com/krigslex/krigslex.html).}

Gerlach, Reinhard -- chief of the German Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei - Gestapo) at Litija in Slovenia {arrested and put on trial Jul 1947 by a Yugoslav military court at Ljubljana on charges of committing atrocities against the civil inhabitants; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 21 Jul 1947; subsequently executed (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 531, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948).}

Hans, Kurt (1911-?) [SS-Obersturmführer or SS-Hauptsturmführer] -- sub-unit commander (Teilkommandoführer) in Special Command 4a (Sonderkommando 4a) {arrested and put on trial 2 Oct 1967 by a West German court at Darmstadt on charges of participation or complicity in the murders of 80,000 persons in the USSR during 1941 (NYT 3 Oct 1967:15:1); convicted and sentenced 29 Nov 1968 to 11 years imprisonment (NYT 30 Nov 1968:17:3) or sentenced to 8 years imprisonment in 1968 for war crimes by a West German Court. (Good Old Days p. 294; Field Men p. 66); possibly identifiable with "Han., Friedrich Wilhelm Kurt" -- service, Special Command 4a (Sonderkommando 4a - SK4a) {arrested and put on trial by a West German court at Darmstadt on charges of participating in the mass and individual killings of at least 60,000 Soviet Jews, communist functionaries, mentally ill persons and POWS (Juden, kommunistischen Funktionären, Geisteskranken und Kriegsgefangenen) by SK 4a at Sokal, Hrakow, Luzk (Lutsk), Nowograd Wolynskij Novograd Volynski), Berditschew (Berdichev), Shitomir (Zhitomir), Radomysl, Bjelaja Zerkow (Bielaia Zerkov), Wassilkow (Vassilikov), Iwankow (Ivankov), at Babi Yar ravine near Kiev, and Charkow (Kharkov) in 1941 in the rear area of the advancing 6th Army; convicted and sentenced 1968 to 6 years imprisonment 29 Nov 1968; proceedings adjusted by appellate court 5 Apr 1973 (6 Jahre + Verfahren eingestellt) (JuNSV Verfahren Lfd.Nr.694; LG Darmstadt 681129; BGH 730405).}

Hans, Kurt – commander, German Criminal Police (Kriminalpolizei - Kripo) at Wuerzburg {arrested and put on trial by an American military tribunal at Dachau for participating in the murder of captured allied airmen; convicted and sentenced to death 10 Oct 1947 (LT 11 Oct 1947:3e; Case No. 12-1393B & 12-1034-1 & 12-1462 & 12-2701 & 000-12-63 [US v. Georg Baumann et al]; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 531, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948); subsequent disposition unknown; name does not appear on list of persons executed at Landsberg-am-Lech prison at: http://www.thirdreichforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=23517 }


Holstein, Franz Otto [German Major]-- service, German Security Service (Sicherheitsdienst - SD) or Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei - Gestapo) at Dijon (France) Jun 1944 {arrested and put on trial with 23 other members (21 in absentia) of the German armed forces by a Permanent French military tribunal at Dijon ("Dijon Reprisals" case) for complicity in murders and pillage; convicted and sentenced to death (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 531, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948); or to 15 years imprisonment at hard labor 3 Feb 1947 (Trial of Franz Holstein and Twenty-Three Others. United Nations War Crimes Commission. Law Reports of Trials of War Criminals. Volume VIII, 1949, http://www.ess.uwe.ac.uk/WCC/Holstein1.htm).}

Klinge, Karl-Hans – German police officer {put on trial by a Norwegian court for torture and murder during the German occupation of Norway; convicted and sentenced to death 27 Feb 1946 (Holo. Ency. 1513; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 532, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948); subsequent fate unknown.}

Mueller (Müller), Bruno -- chief of the German Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei - Gestapo) at Wilhelmshaven {arrested and put on trial by a British military tribunal for the murder of allied POWs at a work camp and sentenced to 20 years imprisonment (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 532, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948); sentence later reduced to 12 years imprisonment; released from British custody at Werl prison 18 Sept 1953 (NYT 19 Sept 1953:4:3).}

Nussberger, Karl [Oberleutnant] -- Chief of Security Police, Rotenfels POW camp {charged with committing a war crime at Rotenfels Security Camp, Gaggenau, Germany, on 25 Nov 1944 by killing six British POWs, all of No. 2 Special Air Service Regiment, four American POWs, and four French Nationals; put on trial by a British military tribunal at Wuppertal 6-10 May 1946; convicted and sentenced to death by firing squad 10 May 1946 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume V, London, HMSO, 1948; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 532, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948); put on trial Jan 1953 by a French military court at Metz on charges of torture and murdering 78 prisoners and 150 members of the French Resistance Movement (NYT 18 Jan 1953:67:5); convicted and sentenced to death 21 Jan 1953 (NYT 22 Jan 1953:7:4); put on trial by a French military tribunal on charges of inhuman cruelty in the administration of a concentration camp in Alsace; convicted and sentenced to 20 years imprisonment 10 Jul 1953 (NYT 11 Jul 1953:3:7); released from British custody at Werl prison 9 Sept 1955 (NYT 10 Sept 1955:3:6).}

Sandner, _____ [SS-Obersturmführer] -- chief of the German Security Police (Sicherheitspolizei - Sipo) in the Nikolayev region (USSR) {arrested and put on trial for war crimes by a Soviet military tribunal in the Odessa district; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging; executed 17 Jan 1946 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 532, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948).}

Schulz, Richard -- described as high official in the Berlin Police Department {arrested and put on trial by an American military tribunal at Dachau for complicity in the murders of Allied pilots; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 10 May 1947 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 532, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948) or 10 Oct 1947 (LT 11 Oct 1947:3e; Case No. 12-1393B & 12-1034-1 & 12-1462 & 12-2701 & 000-12-63 [US v. Georg Baumann et al]); subsequent fate unknown; name does not appear on list of persons executed at Landsberg-am-Lech prison at: http://www.thirdreichforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=23517 }

Wagner, Wilhelm Arthur -- head of Section IV(b) of the German Security Police in Norway {arrested and put on trial by a Norwegian (Lagmannsret) court Oct 1946 for the deportation and inhumane treatment of Norwegian Jews; convicted and sentenced to death; sentence commuted to life imprisonment by the Norwegian Supreme Court 30 Apr 1947 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 532, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948).}

Winkler, Hermann (?-17.1.1946) [Generalleutnant] -- military commander, Nikolayev {taken prisoner by Soviet troops; put on trial at Nikolayev by a Soviet war crimes tribunal 11 Jan 1946 (NYT 12 Jan 1946:4:1); convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 17 Jan 1946; executed at Nikolayev with 6 others 17 Jan 1946 while a crowd of 65,000 watched (NYT 18 Jan 1946:12:1; LT 18 Jan 1946:4g; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 529, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948). (ABR-Croisier-H).}

Witzler, _____ [SS Police General] -- chief of Security Police {taken prisoner by Soviet troops; put on trial by a Soviet military tribunal at Nikolayev on charges of war crimes; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging; executed 17 Jan 1946 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 532, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948); possibly identifiable with Winkler, Hermann.}
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Postby Manstein on 06 Jan 2004 17:06

Thanks David!

By the way:

Birthdate of Hermann Winkler: 11.8.1888
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Postby Manstein on 07 Jan 2004 05:49

I was wondering if anyone has some additional info. on other war criminals:

Dr. BESSIN:
Sentenced to imprisonment by a Military Government Court at Hamburg, under Law No. 10, for sterilisation of hospital inmates 7.12.46.

Dr. Helmuth BOCK:
Doctor at the Luneberg hospital. Tried and sentenced to death by a Yugoslav court at Belgrade 5.11.46.

Dr. Richard DEMMERICH:
Medical officer to the Velpke baby farm. Tried by a British military court at Brunswick for killing Polish children by wilful neglect; found guilty 3.4.46, and sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment. Sentence confirmed.

Dr. GUNTHER: Sentenced to imprisonment by a Military Government Court at Hamburg, under Law 10, for sterilisation of hospital inmates, 7.12.46.

Dr. L. HARDT:
Tried by a German court at Dresden for the murder of inmates of a mental home at Sonnenstein, and sentenced to be hanged 10.7.47. (Committed suicide.)

Dr. Professor HINSELMANN:
Sentenced to imprisonment by a Military Government Court at Hamburg, under Law No. 10, for sterilisation of hospital inmates 7.12.46.

Dr. Gunther SCHULZ:
Doctor at the Luneburg hospital. Tried and sentenced to death by a Yugoslav court at Belgrade 5.11.46.

Defendants from the Stalag Luft III Trial:

Emil SCHULZ ..........................death
Alfred SCHIMMEL . . .... .......death
Josef GMEINER .....................death
Walter HERBERG ..................death
Otto PREISS ............................death
Heinrich BOSCHERT .............death
Emil WEIL ................................death
Eduard GEITH .........................death
Hans KAHLER ........................death
Oskar SCHMIDT ....................death
Johann SCHNEIDER ..............death
Johannes POST ........................death
Walter JACOBS .......................death
Erich ZACHARIAS . . . . . . ......death
Max WIELEN ...........................life imprisonment
Walter BREITHAUPT ..............life imprisonment
Artur DENKMANN ........ . ......10 years imprisonment
Wilhelm STRUVE .....................10 years imprisonment

General Nicola BELLOMO :

Italian Army. Tried by a British court at Bari in Italy, for killing escaped British officers, prisoners of war, after recapture; sentenced to death 28.7.45; shot on 11.9.45.

General Ferenc SZOMBATHELY:

Former Hungarian Chief of Staff. Tried by a Yugoslav military court for the Novi Sad massacres. Sentenced to death 31.10.46; executed 5.11.46.

Johannes BALZER:

Deputy commandant of prisoner of war camp at Allendorf. Sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment by a Yugoslav court at Belgrade, I .4.47.

Colonel Ernst BLUMMEL:

Ex-commandant of Osnabrück camp. Tried and sentenced to death by a Yugoslav court at Belgrade on 5.11.46.

Karl BUCK (SS), Haupstrumfiihrer:

In charge of the concentration camp at Schiermeck in Alsace, and Lagerkommandant of Gaggenau camp. Tried by a British military court at Wuppertal in May, 1946, as concerned in the killing of British and French prisoners of war. Sentenced to death by shooting 10.5.46. (Sentence confirmed 4.7.46.) Handed over to the French 3.8.46.

Waldemar DEHM:

Ex-commandant of the Ravensbruck camp. Tried and sentenced to death by a Yugoslav court at Belgrade on 5.11.46.

Colonel Friedrich EVCKE:

Ex-commandant of Osnabrück camp. Tried and sentenced to death by a Yugoslav court at Belgrade on 5.11.46.

Willy FRIEDRICH:

Gestapo official; ex-commandant of the Banjica concentration camp near Belgrade. Tried by a Yugoslav military court at Belgrade on 27.3.47 and sentenced to death.

Karl GALLASCH:

Former commandant of Gross Rosen concentration camp. Sentenced to death by a Polish court; hanged himself in his cell at Wroclaw 22.5.47.

Heinrich GERICKE:

Official in charge of Velpke baby farm. Sentenced to death by a British war crimes court in Germany, 20.3.46.

Rudolf GUENTHER:

Second camp commandant of Banterweg camp. Sentenced to 15 years imprisonment by a British war crimes court in Germany, 6.3.47.

Otto HARDER:

Lager fiihrer of the Aussenkommando Hanover-Ahlen camp. Sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment by a British war crimes court in Germany, 65.47.

Karl HESSE:

Ex-commandant of Korgen concentration camp in Norway, where Yugoslav citizens were interned. Tried and sentenced to death by a Yugoslav court at Belgrade 23.10.46.

HOFFMAN;

Supervisor of the crematorium at the death camp of Maidanek. Tried by a Polish special criminal court at Lublin, 13-14th November, 1945, for mass murder of camp inmates at Maidanek; sentenced to death 23.12.45.

Heinrich JOECKL:

Ex-commandant of Terezin concentration camp. Sentenced to death by a Czechoslovak court; hanged in Litmerice prison on 25.10.46.

Fritz KIEFER:

Ex-commandant of internment camp for Yugoslav prisoners at Rognan in Norway. Tried by a Yugoslav military court at Belgrade on 27.3.47, and sentenced to death.

Kurt KLEBECK:

District chief of camps in Hanover area. Sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment by a British war crimes court in Germany, 6.5.47.

Wilhelm KLIEM:

Commandant of Neugraben and Tiefstak camps. Sentenced to 15 years imprisonment by a British war crimes court at Hamburg, 3.7.46.

Theodore MEYER:

Commandant of Stutthof camp. Tried by a Polish court on 10th October, 1947, and sentenced to death.

Alfred ROSENTHAL:

Ex-commandant of a concentration camp in the Ukraine. Sentenced to death by a Yugoslav court in Subotica about 23.11.47.

Wilhelm SCHMIDT:

Deputy-commandant of Terezin concentration camp. Sentenced to death by a Czechoslovak court on 12.11.46; hanged the same day.

Heinrich SCHULTE:

Ex-commandant of the concentration camp at Korgen, Norway, where Yugoslav citizens were confined. Sentenced to death by a Yugoslav court at Belgrade 25.10.46, for murders of internees.

Kurt SIEBER:

Colonel. Ex-commandant of a camp at Strasbourg. Tried and sentenced to death by a Yugoslav court at Belgrade on 5.11.46.

Johannes STEENBOCK:

Commandant of Draegerwerke Wandsbek camp. Sentenced to 20 years imprisonment by a British war crimes court in Germany, 13.6.47.

Otto THUEMEL:

Senior camp commandant at Banterweg camp. Sentenced to 5 years imprisonment by a British war crimes court in Germany, 6.3.47.

Johannes WALTZER:

Ex-commandant of camp for Yugoslav prisoners of war at Allendorf. Tried by a Yugoslav military court at Belgrade on 27.3.47 and sentenced to death.

Jacob WINKLER:

Comandant of Loibl Pass, sub-camp of Mauthausen. Sentenced to death by a British war crimes court at Klagenfurth, Austria. 10.10.47.

Karl WINKLER:

Ex-commandant of Lahde-Weser labour camp. Sentenced to death by a British military court at Wuppertal 14.2.47 for murders of Allied prisoners of war. Sentence commuted to 20 years’ imprisonment in October, 1947.

Thanks in advance!
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Postby David Thompson on 07 Jan 2004 08:56

Manstein -- Here's some to get you started:

Bellomo, Nicola (1881-11.9.1945) [Italian Major General] -- commander in chief, Italian IX Territorial Defense Command at Bari 1941-1943 {taken prisoner by British forces 1943; impending trial at Bari on POW murder charges announced by British authorities 17 Jul 1945 (NYT 18 Jul 1945:8:3); convicted of murder by a British military tribunal at Bari and sentenced to death by firing squad 28 Jul 1945 (NYT 29 Jul 1945:12:4; LT 30 Jul 1945:3:d); executed 11 Sept 1945 (NYT 12 Sept 1945:13:4; NYT 6 Jul 1947:40:2; LT 12 Sept 1945:3:d). (Steen Ammentorp; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 524, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948).}

Boschert, Heinrich -- member, German Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei - Gestapo), Karlsruhe {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POW RAF Flying Officer D. H. Cochran in the vicinity of concentration camp (Konzentrationslager - KL) Natzweiler, occupied France, on 31 Mar 1944; convicted 3 Sept 1947 and sentenced to death by hanging (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); sentence subsequently commuted to life imprisonment.}

Breithaupt, Walter – service, Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo) Saarbruecken {arrested and put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POWs RAF Squadron Leader R. J. Bushell and Pilot Officer B. W. M. Scheidhauer on the road between Homburg and Kaiserslautern, Germany, on 29 Mar 1944; convicted 3 Sept 1947 and sentenced to death by hanging (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949); or to life imprisonment for complicity in the executions of 50 escaped British and Commonwealth fliers (LT 4 Sept 1947:3e; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948); released for ill health 24 Oct 1952 (NYT 25 Oct 1952:12:5).}

Buck, Karl [SS-Hauptsturmführer] -- commander, Schermeck POW camp in Alsace; camp commander (Lager Kommandant) at Gaggenau {charged with committing a war crime at Rotenfels Security Camp, Gaggenau, Germany, on 25 Nov 1944 by killing of six British POWs, all of No. 2 Special Air Service Regiment, four American POWs, and four French Nationals; put on trial by a British military tribunal at Wuppertal 6-10 May 1946 (LT 7 May 1946:4f); sentenced to death by firing squad (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume V, London, HMSO, 1948); put on trial Jan 1953 by a French military court at Metz on charges of torture and murdering 78 prisoners and 150 members of the French Resistance Movement (NYT 18 Jan 1953:67:5); convicted and sentenced to death 21 Jan 1953 (NYT 22 Jan 1953:7:4); put on trial by a French military tribunal (at Paris?) on charges of inhuman cruelty in the administration of a concentration camp in Alsace; convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment 10 Jul 1953 (NYT 11 Jul 1953:3:7); released from British custody at Werl prison 9 Sept 1955 (NYT 10 Sept 1955:3:6).}

Demmerich, Dr. med. Richard -- staff physician, Velpke Children's Home {arrested and put on trial 20 Mar-3 Apr 1946 by a British military tribunal at Brunswick on charges that, between May and December 1944, he and others were concerned in the killing by wilful neglect of a number of Polish children at the Velpke Children's Home; convicted and sentenced 3 Apr 1946 to 10 years imprisonment; sentence reduced to 7 years; released from British custody 2 Dec 1950 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume VII, London, HMSO 1948; Holo Ency 1497, 1796; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 534, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948).}

Denkmann, Artur -- member German Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei - Gestapo), Kiel {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POWs Royal Australian Air Force Squadron Leader J. Catanach, D.F.C., RAF Pilot Officer H. Espelid, and Royal New Zealand Air Force Flight Lieutenant A. G. Christensen, and Pilot Officer N. Fuglesang in the vicinity of Roter Hahn, Germany on 29 Mar 1944; convicted and sentenced to 10 years imprisonment 3 Sept 1947 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948).}

Gallasch, Karl (?-12.5.1947) -- "commandant, Gross-Rosen" {arrested and put on trial by a Polish court on war crimes charges; convicted and sentenced to death; suicide by hanging in his prison cell at Wroclaw announced by Polish authorities 21 May 1947 (NYT 22 May 1947:15:1).}

Gerike, Heinrich (22.2.1904-8.10.1946) -- administrator, Velpke Children's Home {arrested 15 Jan 1946 (NYT 16 Jan 1946:8:4); put on trial 20 Mar-3 Apr 1946 by a British military tribunal at Brunswick on charges that, between May and December 1944, he and others were concerned in the killing by willful neglect of a number of Polish children at the Home; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging; executed at Hameln 8 Oct 1946 (LT 10 Oct 1946:3d; Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume VII, London, HMSO 1948; Holo Ency 1497, 1796; "Hameln 1945-49," http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/194 ... 45-49.html).}
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Geith, Eduard (23.9.1899-26.2.1948) – service, German Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo), Munich {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POWs South African Air Force Lieutenant H. J. Stevens and Lieutenant J. S. Gouws in the vicinity of Schweitenkirchen, Germany, on 29 Mar 1944; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 3 Sept 1947 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed 26 Feb 1948 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948; "Hameln 1945-49," http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/194 ... 45-49.html).}

Gmeiner, Dr. jur. Josef Albert Andreas (1904-26.2.1948) [SS-Obersturmbannfűhrer] -- service Action Group C (Einsatzgruppe C) Jun-Sept 1941; service, Reich Security Main Office (RSHA); service, German Security Service (Sicherheitsdienst - SD) Strasbourg; Inspector (IdS), German Security Police and Security Service (Sicherheitspolizei und Sicherheitsdienst -- Sipo/SD) Dresden (Field Men p. 60); commander, Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo) Karlsruhe; commander, Security Police and Security Service Baden-Alsace (Kommandeur der Sicherheitspolizei und des SD (KdS) in Baden/Elsass) 10 Nov 1944 {arrested and put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POW RAF Flying Officer D. H. Cochran in the vicinity of Natzweiler, occupied France, on 31 Mar 1944; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 3 Sept 1947 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed at Hameln 26 Feb 1948 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948).}

Hardt, Dr. med. L. -- service, Health Care Institute (HuPa -Heil- und Pflegeanstalten) Sonnenstein {arrested and put on trial by an East German court at Dresden on charges of killing mentally handicapped patients as part of the euthanasia (Aktion T-4) program; convicted and sentenced to death 10 Jul 1947; committed suicide in East German custody before execution of sentence (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 534, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948).}

Herberg, Walter (13.8.1905-26.2.1948) – service, Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo) Karlsruhe {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POW RAF Flying Officer D. H. Cochran in the vicinity of Natzweiler 31 Mar 1944; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 3 Sept 1947 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed 26 Feb 1948 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948; "Hameln 1945-49," http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/194 ... 45-49.html).}

Hinselmann, Prof. Dr. med. _____ -- director, Altona hospital {arrested and put on trial by a British military government court at Hamburg on charges of war crimes arising out of the involuntary sterilization of gypsies; convicted and sentenced to 3 years imprisonment and a fine 7 Dec 1946 (LT 10 Dec 1946:3c; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 535, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948).}

Hoffman, Joseph or Paul (?-23.12.1945) -- "commandant of Majdanek" or chief of the crematorium at concentration camp (Konzentrationslager - KL) Majdanek {put on trial for war crimes by a Polish People's Court at Lublin; convicted and sentence of death announced 15 Nov 1945 (NYT 16 Nov 1945:2:8); executed 23 Dec 1945 (NYT 25 Dec 1945:17:3).}

Jacobs, Walter (13.8.1905-26.2.1948) – service, German Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo) Kiel {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POWs RAF Pilot Officer H. Espelid, Royal New Zealand Air Force Flight Lieutenant A. G. Christensen, and Pilot Officer N. Fuglesang in the vicinity of Roter Hahn, Germany on 29 Mar 1944; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 3 Sept 1947 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed 26 Feb 1948 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948; "Hameln 1945-49," http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/194 ... 45-49.html).}

Joeckl, Heinrich (?-1946) -- commandant, concentration camp (Konzentrationslager - KL) Theresienstadt (Terezin) {arrested and put on trial by a Czech court; convicted of war crimes and sentenced to death by hanging; executed 25 Oct 1946 at Litomerice prison courtyard, Czechoslovakia (NYT 26 Oct 1946:4:7; LT 26 Oct 1946:3c).}
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Meyer, Teodor [(1898-13.8.1947) [SS-Hauptsturmfuehrer] -- service (as leader of Department III), KL Stutthof 1942-1945 {arrested and put on trial 8 Jan 1947 with 23 other members of the administration and staff of KL Stutthof ("the second Stutthof trial") by a Polish special criminal court at Gdansk (Danzig) on charges of mistreatment and murder of inmates; convicted 31 Jan 1947 and sentenced to death; executed 13 Aug 1947 (Camp Men p. 159) or 10 Oct 1947 (Marcus Wendel and Dean Robson, "Third Reich Factbook - Second Stutthof Trial", http://www.skalman.nu/third-reich/warcr ... thof2.htm; Marcus Wendel and Dean Robson, "Third Reich Factbook - SS personnel serving at Stutthof", http://www.skalman.nu/third-reich/ss-camp-stutthof.htm).}

Post, Johannes (11.11.1908-26.2.1948) [SS-Sturmbannfűhrer] – service, German Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo), Kiel {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POWs Royal Australian Air Force Squadron Leader J. Catanach, D.F.C., RAF Pilot Officer H. Espelid, and Royal New Zealand Air Force Flight Lieutenant A. G. Christensen, and Pilot Officer N. Fuglesang in the vicinity of Roter Hahn, Germany on 29 Mar 1944; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 3 Sept 1947 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed 26.Feb 1948 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948).}

Preiss, Otto (21.7.1906-26.2.1948) – service, Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo) at Karlsruhe {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POW RAF Flying Officer D. H. Cochran in the vicinity of Natzweiler, occupied France, on 31 Mar 1944; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 3 Sept 1947 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed at Hameln 26 Feb 1948 ("Hameln 1945-49," http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/194 ... 45-49.html).}

Schimmel, Dr. jur. Alfred (5.4.1906--26.2.1948) [SS-Obersturmbannfűhrer] – commander, German Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo) at Strasbourg {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POW RAF Flight Lieutenant A. R. H. Hayter in the vicinity of Natzweiler, occupied France, on 6 Apr 1944; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 3 Sept 1947 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed at Hameln 26 Feb 1948 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948; "Hameln 1945-49," http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/194 ... 45-49.html).}

Schmidt, Oskar (1.6.1901-26.2.1948) – service, German Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo) at Kiel {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POWs RAF Pilot Officer H. Espelid, Royal New Zealand Air Force Flight Lieutenant A. G. Christensen, and Pilot Officer N. Fuglesang in the vicinity of Roter Hahn, Germany on 29 Mar 1944; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 3 Sept 1947 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed at Hameln 26 Feb 1948 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948; "Hameln 1945-49," http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/194 ... 45-49.html).}

Schneider, Johann (20.9.1909-26.2.1948) – service, Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo) at Munich {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POWs South African Air Force Lieutenant H. J. Stevens and Lieutenant J. S. Gouws in the vicinity of Schweitenkirchen, Germany, on 29 Mar 1944; convicted and sentenced to death by hanging 3 Sept 1947 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed 26 Feb 1948 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948; "Hameln 1945-49," http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/194 ... 45-49.html).}

Schulz, Emil (17.8.1907-26.2.1948) – service, Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo) Saarbrücken {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POWs RAF Squadron Leader R. J. Bushell and Pilot Officer B. W. M. Scheidhauer on the road between Homburg and Kaiserslautern, Germany, on 29 Mar 1944; convicted 3 Sept 1947 and sentenced to death by hanging (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed at Hameln 26 Feb 1948 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948; "Hameln 1945-49," http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/194 ... 45-49.html).}

Schulz, Dr. med. Guenther -- physician at the Lueneburg hospital {put on trial by a Yugoslav court at Belgrade; convicted and sentenced to death 5 Nov 1946 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 536, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948); subsequent fate unknown.}

Steenbock, Johannes – {put on trial by a British military tribunal on war crimes charges; convicted and sentenced to a term of imprisonment; released from British custody at Werl prison 9 Sept 1955 (NYT 10 Sept 1955:3:6).}

Struve, Wilhelm -- member, German Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei - Gestapo) Kiel {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POWs RAF Pilot Officer H. Espelid, Royal New Zealand Air Force Flight Lieutenant A. G. Christensen, and Pilot Officer N. Fuglesang in the vicinity of Roter Hahn, Germany on 29 Mar 1944; convicted and sentenced to 10 years imprisonment 3 Sept 1947 (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948).}

Szombathyeli, Ferenc (1887-4.11.1946) [Vezérezredes (Hungarian Colonel General)] -- chief of staff Hungarian 3rd Mixed Brigade 1931-1933; aide-de-camp to Commander in Chief of the Hungarian Army 1933-1936; commandant Hungarian Ludovika Military Academy 1936-1938; deputy chief Hungarian General Staff 1938-1939; commander, Hungarian VIII Corps pn the Eastern Front 15 Jan 1939-1 Aug 1941; commander, Hungarian Carpathian Group on the Eastern Front 1941; chief Hungarian General Staff 7 Sept 1941-19 Apr 1944{arrested and put on trial by a Hungarian court; convicted and sentenced to 10 years imprisonment (Andrew L. Simon, Annotated Memoirs of Admiral Miklos Horthy, Regent of Hungary); extradited to Yugoslavia; put on trial by the Voivodina Supreme Court of Yugoslavia for massacres at Novy Sad and Baka; convicted and sentenced to death by shooting 31 Oct 1946 (NYT 1 Nov 1946:16:3); executed at Novi Sad 4 Nov 1946 with Joszef Grassy (LT 5 Nov 1946:3e; Andrew L. Simon, Annotated Memoirs of Admiral Miklos Horthy, Regent of Hungary) or 5 Nov 1946 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 529, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948). (Third Reich Factbook; Steen Ammentorp).}
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Postby Manstein on 08 Jan 2004 07:29

Thanks David!
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Postby David Thompson on 08 Jan 2004 16:30

Manstein -- You're welcome. Here's the last of them that I have:

Weil, Emil (1.1.1910-26.2.1948) – service, Secret State Police (Geheime Staatspolizei – Gestapo) Munich {put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had murdered escaped and recaptured POWs South African Air Force Lieutenant H. J. Stevens and Lieutenant J. S. Gouws in the vicinity of Schweitenkirchen, Germany, on 29 Mar 1944; convicted 3 Sept 1947 and sentenced to death by hanging (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed at Hameln 26 Feb 1948 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948; "Hameln 1945-49," http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/194 ... 45-49.html).}

Wielen, Max (c. 1883-?) – commander, German Criminal Police (Kriminalpolizei - Kripo) at Breslau {arrested and put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges that he and others had conspired to murder 50 escaped and recaptured POW Royal Air Force officers who were shot between 25th March and 13th April, 1944; convicted and sentenced 3 Sept 1947 to death by hanging (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949) or to life imprisonment (LT 4 Sept 1947:3e; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948); released from British custody for ill health 24 Oct 1952 (NYT 25 Oct 1952:12:5; LT 25 Oct 1952:6d).}

Zacharias, Erich Hermann August (16.12.1911-26.2.1948) -- commander, Zlin Frontier Police (Grenzpolizei) {arrested by British authorities for complicity in the murders of 50 British POWs who had escaped from Stalag Luft III; escaped from Kempton Park racecourse POW camp, UK, and recaptured 13 May 1946 (LT 14 May 1946:4g); put on trial 1 Jul 1947 by a British military court at Hamburg in the Stalag Luft III (“Great Escape”) case on charges of murdering escaped and recaptured POWs RCAF Flying Officer G. A. Kidder and RAF Squadron Leader T. G. Kirby-Green, Royal Air Force in the vicinity of Moravska-Ostrava, occupied Czechoslovakia, on 29th Mar 1944; convicted 3 Sept 1947 and sentenced to death by hanging (Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals, The United Nations War Crimes Commission, Volume XI, London, HMSO, 1949; LT 4 Sept 1947:3e); executed at Hameln 26 Feb 1948 (History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 530, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948; "Hameln 1945-49," http://home.c2i.net/sudeten/Seite_1/194 ... 45-49.html).}
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Postby dylan on 08 Jan 2004 23:46

Some date of birth.

Boschert heinrich 22/10/05
Breithaupt walter 2/2/08
Denkmann artur 31/7/05
Gmeiner josef 22/12/04
Hoffmann paul 15/5/07
Joeckl heinrich 10/7/99
Struve wilhelm 10/12/07.

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Postby David Thompson on 09 Jan 2004 00:55

Thanks, dylan!
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Postby Manstein on 10 Jan 2004 01:26

Thanks again David and dylan!
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Postby David Thompson on 11 Jan 2004 00:19

I'm going to move this thread to the ABR-SS section where it can get additional learned exposure and perhaps more information.
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Postby Mikedc on 10 Nov 2007 13:22

I've found some more info, not much, but it's something, about SS-Stubaf Sandner.

His full name was Hans Sandner.
Born in 1915.
Member NSDAP
In 1941 he completed a special SS-training and he was send to Nikolajew where he was appointed as Chief from the Sipo and the SD.
On his order around 1.500 people, members of the communist party, partisans and friendly Russian civilians, were taken prisoner from whom most of them were shot afterwards.
After the war the Russian cought him in Berlin.

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Postby danyb on 11 Nov 2007 19:31

hello !

here is the names of the defendants who are tried with karl winkler (lahde-weser trial);
have you got the dates of trial and the sentences of each man ??

robert muller
karl roehkasse
max martin
willi jahn
wilhelm bruns
wilhelm brockmeyer
johannes lehmann


thank you

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Postby Researcher on 12 Nov 2007 11:34

Hi danyb

Wilhelm BRUNS. born 26/9/1894
Trial in Hamburg 3/3/1948 - 23/3/1948 Sentenced to death
Commuted to life imprisonment 10/4/1948
Released from prison ?/07/1956

Any more French Tribunals for us?

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