Hermann Michel was a Staff Sergeant that participated in the murder of thousands at the Sobibor extermination camp. During the war, he became known as “the preacher” because it was Michel’s job to make a speech to all of the Jewish victims before they entered the gas chambers. He would lie to the people and give them false hope for survival. During his speeches, Hermann Michel would dress in a white coat to appear as a doctor. After the war, Michel disappeared and was never identified…
Aribert Heim was an Austrian Nazi doctor, also known as Dr. Death, who carried out human experimentation at a concentration camp in Mauthausen, Austria during World War II. Heim is accused of killing and torturing inmates by various methods. From October to December 1941, he was stationed near Linz, Austria, where he carried out experiments on Jews similar to those performed at Auschwitz by Josef Mengele. According to Holocaust survivors, Heim would inject prisoners in the heart with…
On the far left is Dr. Josef Mengele, the SS officer who selected the Jews to be gassed
Alice Orlowski was a German concentration camp guard at several of the Nazi German camps in occupied Poland during World War II.
Herbert Floss (25 August 1912 — 22 October 1943) was a SS-Scharführer and briefly served as acting commander of the Sobibor extermination camp.
Johann Niemann (4 August 1913 — 14 October 1943) was an SS-Untersturmführer (Second Lieutenant) and deputy commandant of Sobibor extermination camp. Niemann directly perpetrated the genocide of Jews and other peoples at Sobibor during the Operation Reinhard phase of The Holocaust.
Hildegard Lächert (AKA “Bloody Brigette” or “Beast”) - Nazi Women: 10 Monstrous Female Nazi War Criminals - EnkiVillage
Nazi war criminal and camp guard Irma Grese is notorious for her cruelty at Ravensbrueck, Bergen Belsen and Auschwitz.
When the former commander Treblinka, Kurt Franz, was arrested in 1959, a search of his home yielded a scrapbook with horrific photos of the massacre titled “Beautiful Years.
Jakob Sporrenberg (16 September 1902 – 6 December 1952) was a SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der Polizei in Minsk, Belarus and Lublin, Poland. After the war, Sporrenberg stood trial in Poland and was convicted in 1950 of war crimes and sentenced to death. He was executed in December 1952.