Hans Hüttig, Kommandant at Natzweiler (1942) and Herzogenbusch (1943-1944.) He also served in four other camps during his career. About 17,000 persons died at Natzweiler during the war, while the number, who died at Herzogenbusch remains unknown. At the end of the war, was assigned to the 34th SS Division. He was sentenced to Life imprisonment but was released in 1956. He died in 1980.
Wilhelm Dörr (February 9, 1921 – December 13, 1945) was a German SS-Oberscharführer and concentration camp officer. He served as a guard at the Mittelbau-Dora concentration camp and as deputy commander of the sub-camp of Kleinbodungen. Following World War II he was convicted of war crimes by British occupation authorities in the Belsen Trial and executed.
Newspaper discovers Nazi-era diary of 12-year-old Jewish boy
Harry Swaab. His diary was found during building activities on the Thorbeckeplein in Amsterdam. The diary was hidden behind boards and turned out to be personal notes and a diary from Harry Swaab, who hid there until 1943. Harry Swaab was murdered on June 11th, 1943 in Sobibor. The diary was found on May 12th, 1983.
Anton Schmid (January 9, 1900 – April 13, 1942) was a German sergeant (feldwebel) who, during World War II in Vilnius, Lithuania, was executed by his superiors for helping 250 Jewish men, women, and children escape from extermination by the Nazi SS during the European Jewish Holocaust.
Wilhelm Harster , SS Brigade Commander in the Security Police and SD in the occupation of the Netherlands , where he committed many war crimes . He was involved in the death of 104,000 Dutch Jews , including Anne Frank . It was tried in 1949 and sentenced to 12 years , turned 4. He was again judged by other crimes in 1967 and sentenced to 15 years , he turned 2. He had to leave his official position by popular pressure , but with a full pension . He died free in 1991 .