Juana Bormann (or Johana Borman) was a prison guard at several Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen, and was executed as a war criminal at Hamelin, Germany after a trial in 1945. One of her favorite "games" was unleashing her starving shepherd dog on helpless prisoners -- hence her nickname "The woman with the dogs."
Clyde Porter gives his dog Junior to Dogs for Defense. Most of the United States’ 20,000 war dogs were volunteered for service by their owners. The National WWII Museum | New Orleans: Collections: Focus On: Loyal Forces
The Imperial Japanese Army expected rigid and unquestioning discipline from its soldiers. Here, six Japanese soldiers stand to attention for a photo taken by the Australian War Graves Commission survey party in October 1945. These men had been questioned over war crimes against POWs associated with the building of the infamous Thai-Burma railway.