Martin Gottfried Weiss was an SS-Obersturmbannführer and commandant of various concentration camps in the Third Reich including Dachau and Lublin-Majdanek. Shortly after he reached Majdanek, there occurred one of the worst massacres of Jewish people when an estimated 17,000 were killed in one day. After the war, Weiss was arrested by the US and was put to trial along with 39 other SS. He was found guilty and hanged on May 29, 1946.
Nazi Docotor Hans Conrad Julius Reiter- Feb 26, 1881 – Nov25, 1969 was a German physician convicted of war crimes for his medical experiments at the concentration camp at Buchenwald. He wrote a book on "racial hygiene"
A History of Mengele's Gruesome Experiments on Twins: Renate and Rene Guttmann were subjected to injection and x-ray experiments by Josef Mengele.
Irma Grese Defendant number 9, Irma Grese, dubbed the "Beast of Belsen" was convicted for crimes against humanity at the Belsen Trial and sentenced to death. She had been employed at various Nazi concentration camps including Auschwitz and Belsen. At her trial survivors provided detailed testimony of murders, tortures, and other brutal behaviour towards prisoners, especially women. She was 22 years old when she was executed.
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SS-Obergruppenführer and General of the Waffen SS and Police Werner Lorenz was chief of Main Ethnic German Resettlement Central Office, known as VoMi. VoMi was charged with deporting native populations from the occupied eastern territories in order to make room for ethnic Germans to settle inside the Reich. After the war, he was tried as war criminal and sentenced to 20 years. He was freed in 1955 and died in Hamburg in 1974.