Phil is going to have his work cut out if he intends persisting with these CROWCASS pages.
There were some 70 odd different CROWCASS lists published (they go uo to No. 84 or so but due to a typing error they missed out the 70s). Most, but not all, can be found at UK National Archives, Kew, and 100 pages plus, some 250 pages.
The workload can be reduced as a number cover Japanese war criminals.
Perhaps the most famous SS officer recruited by American intelligence in Germany was Klaus Barbie. He appears in the 1948 UN War Crimes Commission, Alphabetical Index of War Criminals, Vol. I, A-F as
"SS-Hauptsturmfuehrer BARBIE or BARBIER, KLAUS, or BARBY, or MAYER alias KREITZ".
Gestapo Lyons, IV.
Wanted by France.
However, the Americans were playing a different game with Barbie.