ansata1976 wrote:Hans Collani
(February 13, 1908 in Stettin, † July 29, 1944 at Narva(suicide)) was a German SS colonel of the Waffen-SS
Herbert Friedrich Ludwig Alpers
, also called "Fritz Alpers' called (March 25, 1901 Sonnenberg, † September 3, 1944 in Mons, Belgium (suicide)) was a German Nazi politician, minister of the Free State of Brunswick, SA and SS Member, General Forester, State Secretary and an officer. Alpers is responsible for numerous crimes of the Nazis in Brunswick is responsible.
Otto Friedrich Herzog
(born 30 October 1900 Zeiskam; † 6 May 1945 in Wroclaw (suicide)) was a member of parliament of the NSDAP and SA Obergruppenfiihrer.
(February 27, 1890 in Strasbourg, Alsace, † 22 May 1945 in Lithuania (suicide)) an SS General and General of the Waffen SS.
(born May 8, 1894 in Strasbourg; † 10 May 1945 in Gundertshausen, Upper Austria(suicide)) was a functionary of the Nazi Party, SS General and General of the Waffen-SS (1944) and Police (1941).
(August 6, 1910 in Hamburg, † 11 February 1945 in Budapest(suicide)) was a German SS brigade commander, and Major General of the Waffen-SS and a Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross.
(born May 6, 1907 in Lüneburg; † 31 May 1946 (suicide) in prison, Wuppertal-Elberfeld) was in Nazi Germany SS Lieutenant Colonel and Government, Heads of Unit II A 3 (Justice Affairs, claims for damages) as well as employees in Eichmannreferat IV B 4 of the RSHA, the leader of the Sonderkommando 4b and 6 of the Einsatzgruppen Einsatzgruppen of the Security Police and Security Service in Russia, commander of the Security Police and SD in France.
Manfred Freiherr von Killinger
(born July 14, 1886 at Good Lindigt in Nossen, † September 2, 1944 in Bucharest ( suicide) was a German naval officer, Freikorps, military writer, member of the Reichstag, Nazi politician and diplomat.
(May 6, 1891 in Mainz, † 7 February 1946 in Recklinghausen (suicide)) was SS Colonel (1939), German manager at the Friedrich Krupp AG and governor of the Prussian province of Hesse-Nassau.
The moderator had to disconnect the following Generals/Admirals.
They do not belong to the superordinate concept "war criminals" in this context !!
It should not be allowed to measure everything by the same yardstick !!
Karl Decker (born November 30, 1897 at Borntin near Neustettin; † 21 April 1945 in Groß Brunsrode near Brunswick (suicide) was a German officer, most recently General of Panzer Troops
Werner Albrecht Freiherr von und zu Gilsa (March 4, 1889 in Berlin, May 8, 1945 Leitmeritz † (suicide)) was a German officer, as general of infantry and last Commandant of Dresden. As colonel Gilsa was commandant of the Olympic village in Berlin 1936.
Hermann Geyer (born July 7, 1882 in Stuttgart, † April 10, 1946 at Wildsee near Wildbad (suicide) was a German officer, as general of infantry in World War II.
Günther von Kluge (October 30, 1882 in Poznan, † 19 August 1944 Metz (suicide), also known as Hans Günther von Kluge) was a German army officer (since 1940 Field Marshal) during World War II and commander of the 4th Army and various military groups.
Walter Model (January 24, 1891 Genthin; † 21 April 1945 in Duisburg) was a German army officer (since 1944 Field Marshal) and during World War II Army and Army Group Commander and Commander in Chief West briefly. He was among army officers as a supporter of Hitler.
Otto von Schrader (born March 18, 1888 in Lyck, East Prussia, † 19 July 1945 in Bergen, Norway(suicide) was a German naval officer, Admiral during World War II
Alfred Gutknecht (June 20, 1888 Badingen, Stendal, † November 12, 1946 in Berlinb (suicide) was a German general in the Wehrmacht.
Otto von Stülpnagel (June 16, 1878 in Berlin † 6 February 1948 in Paris( suicide)) was Luftwaffe General and General of infantry in the German Wehrmacht. From October 1940 to February 1942 he was a "military commander of France" (MBF), the subordinate, most areas of the occupied part of France.
Also the following uboat-commanders do not belong to this topic IMO:
Carlo Fecia di Cossato (September 25, 1908 in Rome, † 27 August 1944 in Naples(suicide)) was an Italian naval officer.
Werner Henke (born May 13, 1909 in Torun, † 15 June 1944 in Fort Hunt in Alexandria (Virginia)(suicide)) was a German naval officer and submarine commander in World War II