Hermann Helbig - SS chief sergeant and commander in the crematorium of Buchenwald concentration camp
The Banality of Evil: Arthur Karl Greiser (1897-1946) was a Nazi politician, SS-Obergruppenführer, and Reich Governor of the German-occupied territory of Wartheland. He was one of the persons primarily responsible for organizing the Holocaust in Poland, as well as numerous other crimes against humanity. Arrested by the Americans in 1945, he was tried, convicted and executed by hanging in Poland in 1946.
Konzentrationslager (historischer Begriff) – Wikipedia
Therese Brandl (1 February 1902 – 28 January 1948) was a Nazi concentration camp guard. In March 1942, Brandl was one of several SS women to be assigned to Auschwitz I concentration camp. Her duties included watching over women in the sorting sheds and as the SS Rapportaufseherin. In October 1942, she was moved to the newly opened Auschwitz II extermination camp at Birkenau. She was convicted of crimes against humanity after the war during the Auschwitz Trial in Kraków and executed.
General der Infanterie von Falkenhorst
WWII: World War II Homefront Vol. 2 (DVD)
Containing vintage footage, WORLD WAR II HOMEFRONT is a fascinating documentary about the roles women played on American soil during wartime.
Ilse Koch (1906-1967) known as the "Bitch of Buchenwald". Koch was married to Karl Koch, the commandant of the Buchenwald concentration camp. Drunk on the absolute power rendered by her husband, she reveled in torture and obscenity. She enjoyed riding through the camp where she selected prisoners who displeased her to be whipped by Schutz Staffeinel (SS) guards. She also collected lampshades and gloves made from tattooed skins of specially murdered concentration camp inmates.