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Between 1925 and 1945, the German Schutzstaffel (SS) grew from a mere eight members to over a quarter of a million Waffen-SS and over a million Allgemeine-SS members. The following list of SS personnel gives the names of persons who are counted among the organization's most famous, influential, and notorious members.

Führer (Adolf Hitler)Edit

Reichsparteitagnov1935

Oberster SA-Führer and SS Member # 1 Adolf Hitler at SA Parade Nuremberg September 1935; SA at the left; SS man Jakob Grimminger behind car

Bundesarchiv Bild 152-11-12, Dachau, Konzentrationslager, Besuch Himmlers

Inspection by the Nazi party and Himmler at the Dachau concentration Camp on 8 May 1936.

Prior to 1934 the SS were nominally under the command of the Sturmabteilung[1] and so it could be said that both Adolf Hitler as Oberster SA-Führer and Ernst Röhm as Stabschef SA outranked the most senior SS position of Reichsführer-SS. Following the Night of the Long Knives Hitler "raised the SS, hitherto subordinate to the SA, to the rank of an independent organisation".[2] Hitler also was considered SS Member No. 1, Emil Maurice (considered the founder of the SS) was member No. 2, while Himmler was SS member #168. Based on the seniority system of SS membership number, this made Hitler senior in the SS to all other members even if not by rank.

After the Night of the Long Knives, when the SS became independent from the SA, Hitler was listed on SS officer rolls as member No. 1 and considered supreme commander of the entire SS by virtue of his position as the Führer of Germany. There is no photographic record of Hitler ever wearing an actual SS uniform nor was there a special SS insignia for Hitler above that worn by Himmler.

SS GeneralsEdit

Reichsführer (equivalent to field marshal)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Reichsführer-SS Reichsfuehrer-SS collar
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Julius Schreck First Reichsführer-SS
1925–1926.
Hitler's chauffeur
Later held the ranks of SS-Standartenführer and SS-Oberführer
Posthumously awarded the ranks SS-Brigadeführer and SS-Ehrenführer of the SS Regiment Munich
5 1925 53
Joseph Berchtold Second Reichsführer-SS
1926–1927
August 1923 750
Erhard Heiden Third Reichsführer-SS
1927–1929
1925 74
Heinrich Himmler Reichsführer-SS
1929–1945
Chief of German Police
Minister of the Interior
Chief of the replacement Army
168 February 1925 14303
Karl Hanke Final Reichsführer-SS
1945
203013 25 February 1934 102606

Oberst-Gruppenführer (general)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Oberst-Gruppenführer SS-Oberst-Gruppenfuhrer collar
(April 1942-forward)
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Kurt Daluege Commander of the Ordnungspolizei (Orpo-Order Police) 1119 1928 31981
Sepp Dietrich Original commander of the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler (LSSAH) and later commander of the 6th SS Panzer Army 1177 5 May 1928 89015
Paul Hausser Commander of the II SS Panzer Corps 239795 February 1934 4158779
Franz Xaver Schwarz NSDAP Treasurer 38500 16 September 1931 6

Obergruppenführer (lieutenant general)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Obergruppenführer SS-Obergruppenfuehrer collar
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Friedrich Alpers Staatssekretär / SS-Obergruppenführer /Staatsrat / Generalforstmeister /Major der Reserve (Luftwaffe) 6427 March 1931 132812
Max Amann Honorary SS Member. Party leader for the Reich of the Department Press 53143 3
Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski Higher SS and Police Leader of Central Russia 9831 15 February 1931 489101
Herbert Backe Minister of Agriculture 1944–1945 22766 1 October 1933 87882
Gottlob Berger Commander of the SS-Hauptamt 275991 1936 426875
Werner Best Reich Plenipotentiary of Denmark 23377 1931 341338
Wilhelm Bittrich Waffen-SS combat commander, II SS Panzerkorps 39177 1934 829700
Ernst Wilhelm Bohle Leader of the National Socialist German Workers' Party Foreign Organization 276915 13 September 1933 999185
Martin Bormann Secretary of Hitler

Party leader for the Reich in charge of the NSDAP Chancellery

555 September 1929 60508
Philipp Bouhler Head of the Action T4

Party Leader for the Reich in charge of the Hitler's Chancellery (Kanzlei des Führers)

54932 20 April 1933 12
Franz Breithaupt Commanding general of the SS and Police Courts 39719 1 December 1932 602663
Walter Buch Party Leader for the Reich as Chairman of the Inquiry and Mediation Board 81353 1 July 1933 7733
Richard Walther Darré First Director of the Race and Settlement Office ('Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt' or RuSHA), and Minister of the Reich for Food and Agriculture 6882 July 1930 248156
Karl-Maria Demelhuber Commanded the SS-Standarte Germania, 6. SS-Gebirgs-Division Nord, XII. SS-Armeekorps and XVI. SS-Armeekorps. 252392 15 March 1935 4439
Otto Dietrich Party Leader for the Reich as NSDAP Press Chief
Honorary rank
101349 1932 126727
Karl von Eberstein Early member of the Nazi Party, the SA, the SS, Reichstag delegate, an HSSPF and SS-Oberabschnitt Führer, head of the Munich Police in World War II 1386 1 April 1929 15067
Joachim Albrecht Eggeling Gauleiter of Saxony and Anhalt
High President of Merseburg
186155 1935 11579
Theodor Eicke First chief of the Inspektion der Konzentrationslager (Concentration Camps Inspectorate) and commander of the SS Totenkopf Division 2921 August 1930 114901
Karl Fiehler Lord mayor of Munich/Party Leader of the Reich in charge of the communal policy 91724 31 July 1933 37
Albert Forster Gauleiter of Danzig 158 12 June 1926 1924
Karl Hermann Frank Higher SS and Police Leader of Bohemia and Moravia. 310466 6600002
August Frank Frank became SS Administrative Officer of the Special Purpose Troops (SS-Verfügungstruppe) and of the concentration camp guards, the SS Death's Head units (SS-Totenkopfverbände or SS-TV), although the presence of a bureaucratic rival somewhat limited his authority in the second capacity. In February 1940, Frank became chief supply officer of the Waffen-SS and SS-TV units under Pohl. 5669 8 April 1932 1471185
Herbert Otto Gille Waffen-SS commander 39854 December 1931 537337
Curt von Gottberg Also General der Waffen-SS 45923 September 1932 948753
Ernst-Robert Grawitz Also General of Waffen-SS; Reichsarzt SS and Polizei; Head of German Red Cross; son in law of SS-Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen-SS Siegfried Taubert November 1931
Ulrich Greifelt Held the rank of major general by 1941, and then being appointed as "Chief of SS German Nationhood Staff", a position he held from November 1941 through his arrest by the Allied forces in May 1945. 72909 1667407
Arthur Greiser Gauleiter of Reichsgau Wartheland 10795 1929 166635
Karl Gutenberger 372303 25249
August Heissmeyer Commander of the SS Education Department 4370 21573
Wolf-Heinrich Graf von Helldorf Not member of SS, but wore the uniform of an SS-Obergruppenführer uniform in his capacity as Polizeipresident Berlin

SA Obergruppenführer

None
Rudolf Hess Also Deputy-Führer of the NSDAP until 11 May 1941 50 1 November 1925 16
Konrad Henlein Gauleiter of the Sudetenland 310307 6600001
Maximilian von Herff Commander of the SS Personnel Department 405894 1 April 1942 8858661
Reinhard Heydrich Chief of the RSHA; President of Interpol; chaired the 1942 Wannsee Conference; Deputy Reich-Protector of Bohemia and Moravia 10120 14 July 1931 544916
Richard Hildebrandt Led the SS-Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt 7088 89221
Karl Höfer Oldest member of SS-born 29 December 1862 276338
Hermann Höfle Higher SS and Police Leader in Slovakia 463903 3924970
Friedrich Jeckeln Higher SS and Police Leader of Eastern Russia 4367 12 January 1930 163348
Hans Jüttner Commander of the SS-Führungshauptamt 264497 541163
Ernst Kaltenbrunner Second Chief of the RSHA after Heydrich's assassination 13039 300179
Hans Kammler Head of V-2 program 113619 20 May 1933 1011855
Jürgen von Kamptz 292714 1258905
Georg Keppler Keppler commanded the 2. SS-Division Das Reich, 3. SS-Division Totenkopf, I. SS-Panzerkorps, III.(germanische) SS-Panzerkorps and the XVIII.SS-Armee-Korps. 273799 10 October 1935 338211
Wilhelm Karl Keppler Secretary of state in Foreign Office; founder of the Freundeskreis der Wirtschaft 50816 August 1932 62424
Matthias Kleinheisterkamp Waffen-SS Divisional and Corps Commander 132399 8 January 1934 4158838
Kurt Knoblauch 266653 2750158
Erich Koch Geuleiter of the Nazi Party in East Prussia from 1933 until 1945, Chief of Civil Administration of Bezirk Bialystok,1941-1945 and Reichskommissar in Reichkommissariat Ukraine from 1941-1943. 1938 90
Wilhelm Koppe Höhere SS und Polizei Führer, HSSP 25955 2 January 1932 305584
Paul ("Pilli") Körner Staatssekretär 714328 1931 714328
Friedrich-Wilhelm Krüger Higher SS and Police Leader of Poland 6123 16 March 1931 3995130
Walter Krüger Commander of :
4th SS Polizei Panzer Division
2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich
IV SS Panzer Corps
VI SS Panzer Corps
266184 3991530
Hans Lammers Minister of the Reich/Head of the Reich Chancellery
Honorary rank
118404 1010355
Hartmann Lauterbacher Gauleiter und Reichsstatthalter / Oberpräsident / SS-Obergruppenführer /M.d.R. / Preußischen Staatsrat 382406 9 November 1940 86837
Werner Lorenz Commander of the Office of Ethnic Germanization (SS-Hauptamt Volkdeutsche Mittelstelle) 6636 1931 337994
Benno Martin SS-Obergruppenführer, General of the Waffen-SS and Police and Higher SS leader (Polizei und Höherer SS) in Nuremberg. 187117 10 April 1934 2714474
Dr Heinrich von Maur Born 19 July 1863. Char. General der Artillerie
Regional leader of the NS-Reichskriegerbund (Veterans World War I NS association) in Wurttemberg
276907 5890310
Emil Mazuw Landeshauptmann (nominal governor) of the Province of Pomerania from 1940 to 1945. He was a member of the SS since 1933. He held the ranks of SS-Obergruppenführer, General of the Waffen-SS (1944), General of Police (1942) and Ostsee Higher SS and Police leader (1939–1945). He was engaged in euthanasia during the Second World War. He was convicted after the war of crimes associated with abuses of political prisoners and Jews. He was sentenced to 16 years imprisonment. 2556 7 June 1930 85231
Konstantin von Neurath German Foreign Minister 1932–1938 1937
Carl Oberg Higher SS and Police Leader of France 36075 7 April 1932 575205
Günther Pancke Higher SS and Police Leader of Denmark
Waffen-SS General
10110 1931 282737
Karl Pfeffer-Wildenbruch Obergruppenführer, General der Waffen-SS und der Polizei, during World War II, he commanded the 4th SS Polizei Division and the VI SS Army Corps and the IX SS Mountain Corps. 292713 March 1939 1364387
Artur Phleps Commander of the 7.SS-Freiwilligen-Gebirgs-Division Prinz Eugen 401214 30 June 1941
Oswald Pohl Chief of the SS Economics and Administration Office (WVHA) 147614 1933 30842
Rudolf Querner From 1 May 1941 to at the end of January 1943 Querner was SS and Police Leader (HSSPF) Nordsee in Military district X, based in Hamburg. Working closely with Gauleiter Karl Kaufmann Querners had responsibility over all police matters and was also involved in the deportation of the Hamburg Jews, which began at the end of October 1941.[6] Whilst based in Hanburg Querner also ordered large quantities of Zyklon-B from Tesch & Stabenow pest control company. 308240 22 May 1938 2385386
Hanns Albin Rauter SS and Police Leader in the Netherlands 262958 Joined Austrian Nazi Party
Wilhelm Rediess SS and Police Leader in Norway 2839 22 July 1930 25574
Wilhelm Reinhard General der Infanterie a.D./SS-Obergruppenführer / M.d.R 274104 63074
Joachim von Ribbentrop Foreign minister 1938–1945 63083 February 1938 1199927
Erwin Rösener Higher SS and Police Leader SS-Oberabschnitt 'Alpenland' (Wehrkreis XVIII; HQ: Salzburg)
24 November 1941 – 8 May 1945
3575 1930 46771
Ernst Sachs Inspector of the SS Signals 278781 4167008
Fritz Sauckel Honorary rank
Gauleiter of NSDAP Gau of Thuringia
254890 1395
Paul Scharfe Commander of the SS Legal Office 14220 1 October 1931 665697
Julius Schaub Co-founder of the SS, personal assistant to Hitler 7 February 1925 81
Fritz Schleßmann 2480 25248
Heinrich Schmauser 3359 215704
Walter Schmitt 28737 592784
Oskar Schwerk Regional leader of the NS-Reichskriegerbund (NS Association for Veterans) for Silesia 276825 5420196
Arthur Seyss-Inquart Leader of NS opposition in Austria prior Anschluss, Deputy governor-general of Poland then Commissaire for the Reich in Netherlands 292771 6270392
Jakob Sporrenberg SS & Police leader in Minsk; on staff of Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski 3809 1930 25585
Felix Steiner Commander of III (Germanic) SS Panzer Corps 253351 4264295
Dr. Wilhelm Stuckart Born 16 November 1902. Reich Interior State Secretary; author of Nuremberg Race Laws of 1935; participant in Wannsee Conference in 1942. In 1949, sentenced to 4 years but released for time already served. Died in a car accident in 1953. 280042 378144
Siegfried Taubert Also General der Waffen-SS 23128 525246
Prince Josias, Hereditary Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont SS-Obergruppenführer and Higher SS and Police Leader of the SS-Oberabschnitt Fulda-Werra 2139 2 March 1930 160025
Fritz Weitzel He became a member of Nazi Party in 1925 and of SS in 1926. In 1930 he was promoted to leader of SS in Rheinland and Ruhr. He became Polizeipräsident in Düsseldorf in 1933, and Höherer SS- und Polizeiführer West in 1938. 408 1927 18833
Otto Winkelmann 308238 1373131
Karl Wolff Chief of staff to Heinrich Himmler and Supreme SS and Police Leader of Italy 14235 7 October 1931 695131
Udo von Woyrsch Higher SS and Police Leader in the SS-Oberabschnitt Sudost 3689 162349
Alfred Wünnenberg SS-Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen SS and the commander of the 4th SS Polizei Panzer Grenadier Division 405898 2 October 1939 2222600
Franz Zeidner aka Ferenc FEKETEHALMI-CZEYDNER. Waffen-Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen-SS /Vezérezredes (Colonel-General)

Gruppenführer (major general)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Gruppenführer SS-Gruppenfuehrer collar
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Ludolf von Alvensleben Held ranks of NSDAP-Reichstagsabgeordneter, SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der Waffen-SS; commander of the Selbstschutz of Reichsgau Danzig-West Prussia and Major General of the police (1943). Higher SS and Police leader in Silesia 177002 149345
Hans Baur Generalleutenant der Polizei. Hitler's Pilot 808258 None, but received Golden Party Badge
Albert Ritter Von Beck Regional leader of the NS association for Veterans in Bavaria (NS-Reichskriegerbund) 153322 1937 5354436
Walter Braemer Also general der Kavallerie 223910 1 October 1935 4012329
Karl Brandt Hitler's physician 260353 29 July 1934 1009617
Karl-Heinrich Brenner Gruppenführer and Generalleutnant of Polizei 307786 11 September 1938 3460685
Carl Clauberg Involved in human experiments 23876 21635
Hermann Fegelein SS-Cavalry General, Eva Braun's brother-in-law. Commander of the 8th SS Cavalry Division Florian Geyer 66680 1931 1200158
Bruno Erich Alfred Freyberg Oberbürgermeister of Leipzig
Josef Fitzthum SS-Gruppenführer, Generalleutnant der Waffen-SS und Polizei, politician, and Beauftragter des Reichsführer-SS Albanien (special representative of the Reichsführer SS in Albania) 41936 1932 363169
Karl Gebhardt "Reichsarzt-SS"; also a major general (Generalmajor) in the Waffen-SS 265894 1935 1723317
Dr. Karl Genzken Chief of Medical Office of the Waffen-SS. Involved in human experiments 207954 5 November 1933 39913
Odilo Globocnik Higher SS and Police Leader of the Adriatic Region; Head of Operation Reinhard
Richard Glücks Inspector of Concentration Camps/Amt D WVHA 58706 1932 214805
Wilhelm Harster GeneralLeutnant of Police; although unable to join post war BND recommended SS contacts to BND as potential agents 225932 9 November 1933 3226594
Hans Hinkel Journalist and commissioner at the Reich Ministry for the People's Enlightenment and Propaganda
Otto Hofmann Head of RuSHA, 1943. SS and Police Leader Southwest Germany; Wannsee Conference participant 7646 1931 145729
Fritz Katzmann Higher SS and Police Leader in Lemberg (Lwów), Galicia and Danzig-West Prussia 3065 1 July 1930 98528
Wilhelm Kube General-Kommissar for Weissruthenien (now known as Belarus) 114771 1934 71682
Wilhelm Friedrich Loeper Honorary rank; Gauleiter of the NS Gau Magdeburg Anhalt 142592 6980
Georg Lörner Also Generalleutnant of the Waffen-SS; Deputy Chief of under Oswald Pohl, of the Wirtschaftsunternehmen im SS-Wirtschafts-Verwaltungshauptamt ( Main SS Economic and Administrative Department, SS WVHA), chief of Amtsgruppe B, (Division B) of the WVHA, and deputy chief of Amtsgruppe W (Division W) of the WVHA. 37719 July 1932 676772
Paul Moder Senator of Altona, Hamburg; Sturmbannführer (major) in Waffen-SS; SS-und Polizeiführer {Warsaw} 11716 1 September 1931 9425
Hilmar Moser 309713 5981943
Heinrich Müller Chief of the Gestapo (Secret State Police), Amt IV (Department IV) of the RSHA; Wannsee Conference participant 107043 20 April 1934 533199
Arthur Mülverstadt SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der Polizei; Commander of 4th SS Polizei Division 292712 1331860
Werner Naumann Freundeskreis der Wirtschaft & Propaganda Ministry
Artur Nebe Chief of the Kriminalpolizei (Criminal Police), Amt V (Department V) of the RSHA, Einsatzgruppe B Commander (June - November 1941) 280152
Otto Ohlendorf Commander of the Inland-SD, Amt III (Department III) of the RSHA 880 28 May 1925 6531
Werner Ostendorff Dual rank as SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der Waffen-SS; Commander of 17th SS Panzergrenadier Division Götz von Berlichingen and 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich 257146 1 October 1935 1691488
Hermann Prieß Commander of 3rd SS Division Totenkopf following the death of Theodor Eicke in February 1943. Commanding officer of the 1st SS-Panzerkorps "Leibstandarte" during the Battle of the Bulge. Hermann Prieß was convicted of war crimes because of his involvement in the Malmedy massacre and was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment. He was released in 1954. 113258 1472296
Johann Rattenhuber Commander of the Reichssicherheitsdienst (RSD); (Hitler bodyguard unit) 52877 1 May 1933 3212449
Dr. Carl Retzlaff Generalmajor der Polizei; Kommandeur Schupo Hamburg 1935 337770
Hans-Joachim Riecke 499307 16308
Heinz Reinefarth Waffen-SS and Police General/Senior SS and Police Leader in Wartheland (former polish Posnania) 56634 December 1932 1268933
Rolf Reiner Born Gmunden 2 Jan 1899. Took part in the Munich Putsch of Nov 1923 as Adj. to Oberstlt Hermann Kriebel. He joined the Nazi Party 1.5.1930; joined the SS on 22.2.1932. Adjutant des Stabschefs der Obersten SA-Führung 5.1.31 - 20.4.33 (Succeeded by Robert Bergemann).

zum vortragenden Adjutant beim Führer und enthoben als Adjutant des Stabschefs der SA 20.4.33. Chef des Ministeramts bei der Obersten SA-Führung 1.3.33 - 20.7.34. Stabsführer im Verbindungsstab des Stellvertreters des Führers 20.3.33 - 17.11.1934. Mitglied des Verwaltungsrates der Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft 9.1933. After his dismissal and release from imprisonment 7.3.1935 he worked in the salt industry and then transferred to Hermann-Göring-Werke in Watenstadt bei Braunschweig. On 3 March 1938 Jeckeln wrote to Himmler asking for Reiners re-instatement into the SS. Himmler refused 18.11.1938. Joined the Luftwaffe as Leutnant der Reserve 11.1939, bei der Flakuntergruppe Braunschweig 20.9.39 - 4.2.1942. Promoted Oberlt. der Res.. 1942 Bei einer Flakgruppe in einem Feldflughafen an der Ostfront 4.2.42 - 11.43. Taken ill Nov. 1943 and was in hospital; iosed at Hohenlychen. Killed in combat 27.08.1944 at Braila.

297947 22 February 1932 2377
Alfred Rodenbucher Higher SS and Police Leader in Wurttemberg Stuttgart; HSSPF Alpenland and commander of SS-Oberabschnitt Alpenland; Fregatenkapitän der Reserve. 8229 5 May 1931 413447
Karl-Gustav Sauberzweig 2nd Commander of 13th Waffen SS Division 1 August 1943
Walter Schimana SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der Waffen-SS und Polizei. SSPF for Central Russia; and HSSPF for Greece; and Danube Sector 337753 1934 49402
Siegfried Seidel-Dittmarsch SS Adjutant to the RFSS; Head of SS Amt 18615 10 December 1931
Max Simon SS-Gruppenführer (major general) und Generalleutnant der Waffen-SS 83086 May 1933 1350576
Jakob Sporrenberg SS-Gruppenführer (major general) und Generalleutnant der Polizei in Minsk Russia and Lubin Poland 3809 1 October 1930 25585
Walter Staudinger SS-Gruppenführer (major general) und Generalleutnant der Waffen-SS; Artillery commander of LSSAH 252652 3201960
Bruno Streckenbach SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der Waffen-SS. Captured by Soviets and in 1952 was sentenced to 25 years in prison but released 10 October 1955. The West German government eventually brought Streckenbach to trial in 1973 but the case was dismissed due "to the defendant's poor health". Died on 28 October 1977 14.713 1 September 1931 489.792
Jürgen Stroop SS and Police Leader of Warsaw; later senior SS and Police leader in Greece 44611 7 July 1932 1292297
Max Thomas SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der Polizei, Einsatzgruppe C Commander (October 1941 - 29 April 1943)
Georg-Henning Graf von Bassewitz-Behr Born 21.03.1900 in Lützow. Generalleutnant of the Waffen-SS und der Polizei. In April 1945 ordered the killing of 71 resistance fighters at KZ Neuengamme. Died 31 January 1949 in Soviet captivity 35466 20 December 1931 458315
Adolf von Bomhard Also Generalleutnant of the Ordnungspolizei
Fritz von Scholz Commander of 11th SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Division Nordland 135638 1937 1304071
Baron Otto Wächter Governor of Cracow and Governor of Galicia District 235338 March 1935 301093
Dr. Richard Wendler Born Oberdorf in Allgau 22.1.1898 Joined the army 2.10.1916 Beim Nachrichten-Ersatz-Abt Munchen to 3.4.1917 Beim A-Fernsprechung in Nach Abt 121 to 4.1919. Member of 1919 Freikorps Epp; member of Zeitfreiwilligenbataillon “von Krauss“ (Einsatz im Ruhrgebiet) 1920. Awarded a Doctorate in law Jan 1922. He joined the Nazi Party 1.7.28; joined the SA 1.7.28. Transferred to the SS as Strumbannführer 1.4.1933. Beim SD to 1945. Oberburgermeister von Hof-an-der-Saale 1933 - 24.1.42. Gen Maj der Polizei 27.9.41; mdud Gen Lt der Polizei 21.6.43. Stadtkommissar von Kielce 14.9.39 - 6.6.40; Stadhauptmann in Distrikt Radom to 4.8.41; SSPF Stanislau-Rostow und SS Standortkommandant to 27.1.42; SSPF Rostow-Awdejewka to 27.5.42; i.V Gouverneur von Lublin 15.2.42 - 27.2.41; MWGB Gouverneur Krakau to 25.5.43; Gouverneur Lublin 26.5.43 - 22.7.44; Involved with the Czestochowa Ghetto. He was sentenced in 1949 to 3 years working camp, from 1955 he worked as a lawyer in Munich. He died Prien Bavaria on 24.8.72 {His sister was married to Gebhard Himmler-brother of Heinrich Himmler} 36050 1 April 1933 93116

Brigadeführer (brigadier general)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Brigadeführer SS-Brigadefuehrer collar
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Otto Abetz German ambassador to Vichy France; sentenced to 20 years in 1949 for war crimes; released 1954. Died 1958 253.314 1 August 1935 7.011.453
Franz Augsberger Also Generalmajor der Waffen-SS-20th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS (1st Estonian) 139 528 20 April 1932 360 700
Hellmuth Becker SS-Brigadeführer und Generalmajor der Waffen-SS; awarded the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves, and commander of the 3rd SS Panzer Division Totenkopf.
Lothar Beutel Einsatzgruppen IV commander 1939 2422 1930 135.238
Gottfried Graf von Bismarck-Schönhausen Member of the Reichstag; chairman of the regional council (Regierungspräsident) for Stettin, and later also for Potsdam.
Hugo Blaschke Hitler's dentist. Brigadeführer und Generalmajor der Waffen-SS 256882 2 May 1935 452082
Willi Brandner Gruppenführer Sudetendeutsches Freikorps gruppe 3 in Bayreuth 24.9.38 – 12.10.1938; Generalmajor der Polizei. Served in the LSSAH as a Reserveführer in Greece 23.1.41 – 1.6.41 Reserveführer in SS Totenkopf-Infanterie-Ersatzbataillon II 1.6.41 – 3.7.41 Reserveführer LSSAH 3.7.41 – 25.11.41 6644578
Josef Bühler Deputy governor Central Government on Krakow; attended Wannsee Conference 20 January 1942
Karl Burk 68910 1848222
Franz Claassen SS-Brigadeführer/Konteradmiral z.V. 288638 1289757
Max Clausius born 12 Jan 1871 at Jellowa. Entered the Cadet Corps and was commissioned in Infanterie-Regiment 59.Sekondelieutenant/Leutnant: 22 Aug 1891; Oberleutnant: 16 Dec 1899. In 1902 he was attached to the Rifle Factory in Spandau. On the 18th of May 1907 he became a company commander in Infanterie-Regiment 167 and later the commander of the machine gun company of Infanterie-Regiment 83. At the outbreak of WW1 he was the commander of III./Infanterie-Regiment 83. Appointed as the regimental commander on the 21st of April 1918, he won his PLM(Pour le Merite)on the 15th of October 1918. His only decoration in the 1914 Rangliste is the Red Eagle Order 4th Class. He won the HHO3X on the 19th of April 1917 and the EK II and I. He retired from the army in 1919. He became a member of the NSDAP on 1-5-1933. He was promoted to SS-Oberführer on 12-9-1937. char. Oberst: 27 Aug 1939.He was promoted to SS-Brigadeführer on 22-3-1940. Died 7 Feb 1941 in Berlin. 181012 1 June 1934 2637043
Ernst Damzog SS-Brigadefuehrer und Generalmajor der Polizei 15 June 1933
Léon Degrelle Promoted by Himmler to this rank on 2 May 1945 (unofficial)/Commander of the Waffen SS division "Wallonie" None 1 June 1943
Christoph Diehm SS und Polizeiführer Shitomir (25 Jan 1944 - 25 Feb 1944)
Anton Dunckern Commander of the Security Police (SiPo) and SD in Occupied Lorraine (Metz); also a Generalmajor der Polizei. From 31 May to 1 July 1953, Dunckern was tried as a war criminal before the Military Court of the 6th Region in Metz; he was sentenced to 20 years of hard labor. In June 1954, Dunckern was granted an early release from a prison in the Loos district of Lille. 3526 315601
Johannes Engel Reichsamtsleiter
Ernst Engelhardt SS BF 20.4.45. Born 31 July 1890. Last post, Stabsführer Oberabschnitt Spree; missing believed killed in Berlin, early May 1945. 52655 1 September 1932 103208
Hans Fischböck Involved in Final Solution in the Netherlands 367799
Karl Genzken Chief of Medical Office of the Waffen-SS 207954 5 November 1933 39913
Ulrich Graf (Nazi) Hitler's Bodyguard 26 8
Franz Hayler Born 29 August 1900 in Schwarzenfeld and died 11 September 1972 in Aschau im Chiemgau. He was a German self-employed salesman who rose during the Third Reich to State Secretary and acting Reich Economics Minister as a member of the NSDAP and the SS. 64697 23 March 1934 754133
Stefan Hedrich SS BF 20.4.45. He never joined the Nazi Party. Last post, on the reserve attached to Amt V SSFHA. Died Marktoberdorf/Thalhofen in Allgau 1.2.1975. 490725(V) 1 March 1942
Franz Josef Huber Served as chief of the State Police (SiPo) and Gestapo for Vienna, the "Lower Danube" and "Upper Danube" regions; also a Generalmajor der Polizei 107099 4583151
Heinz Jost SD officer and original Chief of the Ausland-SD, Amt VI (Department VI) of the RSHA & Commander of Einsatzkommando A (29 March - 2 September 1942) 36243 25 July 1934 75946
Bronislaw Kaminski Commander of Kaminski Brigade
Paul Ernst Kanstein Regierungsprasident and Beauftragter des Auswärtigen Amtes für Fragen der Inneren Verwaltung in Dänemark 2306733 1933 189786
Dr. Gerhard Karehnke 422143
Fritz Kranefuss Head of Financial Department under Himmler 53092 964992
Christian Peder Kryssing Commander of Frikorps Danmark and SS-Kampfgruppe Kueste
Franz Kutschera SS General and Gauleiter of Carinthia. SS and Police Leader of the Poland's Warsaw district, and a Generalmajor der Polizei. 19659 1 November 1931 363031
Gustav Lombard SS-Brigadeführer und Generalmajor der Waffen-SS 185.023 May 1933 2.649.630
Kurt Ludwig 1397
Kurt "Panzermeyer" Meyer Noted for his command of 1st SS Reconnaissance Battalion (LSSAH) and later as the Waffen-SS division commander of 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend. 17 559 15 October 1931 316 714
Wilhelm Mohnke Waffen-SS divisional commander of the LSSAH and (Kommandant) Battle Commander for the defence of the central government district (Zitadelle sector) that included the Reich Chancellery and Führerbunker during the Battle of Berlin 15541 1 September 1931 649984
Franz Müller-Darss SS#277284
Erich Naumann SS-Brigadeführer und Generalmajor der Polizei; commander of Einsatzgruppe B (November 1941 - March 1943) 170257
Hans Nieland Lord Mayor of Dresden 61702 33333
Karl Petry 276585
Dr. Otto Rasch SS-Brigadeführer und Generalmajor der Polizei; Einsatzgruppe C Commander (June - October 1941)
Dr. Günther Reinecke 77151
Joachim Rumohr Brigadeführer und Generalmajor of the Waffen-SS 7450 1933 216161
Walter Schellenberg SD officer and second Chief of the Ausland-SD, Amt VI (Department VI) of the RSHA 124.817 10 January 1934 3.504.508
Gustav Adolf Scheel Police Major General; Leader of the National Socialist Students' Federation, Superior SS and Police Leader in Salzburg, Gauleiter in Salzburg. Leader of the Berlin SD School; Inspector of the Security Police (SiPo) and the SD in Stuttgart; Leader of the Nazi Old Gentlemen's Federation; Chairman of the Reich Student Works; President of the German Study Works for Foreigners; Member of the Reich Labour Chamber and the Reichstag; commander of the SiPo and the SD under Chief of the civil administration in Alsace; Leader of the SD Upper Division South (Munich); Inspector of the SiPo and the SD under the higher SS and Police leaders South and Main; Higher SS and Police leader; Leader of the SS Upper Division Alpenland (Salzburg); Volkssturm Leader 107189 1 October 1931 391 271
Fritz Schmedes Commander of the 4th SS Polizei Division and the 36th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS. He died on 7 February 1952 in Springe/Deister
Willy Schmelcher SS und Polizeiführer Shitomir (5 May 1943 - 25 September 1943)
August Schmidthuber CO of the 7th SS Volunteer Mountain Division Prinz Eugen from 20 January 1944 to 8 May 1945, and the 21st Waffen Mountain Division of the SS Skanderbeg (1st Albanian) from May 1944 onwards. 266450 17 May 1935
Johannes Oskar Schmiedel SS BF 18.11.1944 Born 20 May 1897 and joined the Nazi Party on 1 May 1937. Last post Inspekteur Kraftfahrtruppen Amtsgruppe Kommando I Hauptamt ORPO. Died 3 June 1954 499342 23 January 1945 2819752
Karl Eberhard Schöngarth Commander of an Einsatzgruppen; perpetrated the Massacre of Lviv professors, among other atrocities; Wannsee Conference participant
Hinrich Schuldt Awarded Knight's Cross with oak Leaves and Swords
Franz Six Chief of Amt VII (Department VII) of the RSHA; charged with creation of Chief of Einsatzgruppen for England
Vorkommando of Moscow of Einsatzgruppe B
107480 1935 245679
Dr. Franz Walter Stahlecker SS-Brigadeführer und Generalmajor der Polizei; Einsatzgruppe A Commander (22 June 1941 - 23 March 1942)
Hyazinth Graf Strachwitz von Gross-Zauche und Camminetz Heer panzer general 82857 1405562
Bruno Streckenbach Born 7 February 1902. Awarded 30 January 1939 Golden Party Badge; Chief of Amt I (Department I), Administration and Personal of the RSHA; and Einsatzgruppen Commander, 8th SS Cavalry Division Florian Geyer. Died 28 October 1977 14713 1 September 1931 489972
Otto Steinbrinck Freundeskreis der Reichsführer SS 63084 30 May 1933 2638206
Dr. Heinrich Teitge Born 16 July 1900 Bielefeld. 1954 Prof. Dr. med. Heinrich Teitge, the former SS-Brigadeführer in the government of Dr. Frank in Krakau, now Ärztlicher Direktor der Paracelsus-Klinik in Marl. together with Editor Professor Dr. Med Kurt Gutzeit {and SS Captain} (2. Auflage) of the compendium “Die Gastroskopie”. Died 19 July 1970 5.736 1930 320.080
Willy Tensfeld He was born 27 November 1893. Imperial German Navy 1909-23 (WWI with U-Boats). 1923-31, worked in Kiel shipyards. He joined the SS on 1 September 1931 and the Nazi Party in December 1931. First served with 1./III./40.SS-Standarte. From November 1931 to August 1932, Adjutant, III./40.SS-Standarte. He was commissioned a SS-Sturmführer on 14 March 1932. From August 1932 to November 1933, Stabsführer of SS-Abschnitt XIV (Bremen). From June 1934 to March 1935, commander of 17.SS-Standarte (then Harburg-Wilhelmsburg). From March 1935 to April 1936, commander of 19.SS-Standarte (Münster). From April 1936 to January 1939, commander of SS-Abschnitt IX (Nürnberg, then Würzburg). From January 1939 to June 1942, Stabsführer of SS-Oberabschnitt "Nordwest", later "Nordsee" (Hamburg). Final rank - SS-Brigadeführer (promoted January 30, 1941) und Generalmajor der Polizei (from June 1, 1942). From August 1941 to May 1943, SS-und Polizeiführer "Charkow". From May to September 1943, SS-und Polizeiführer "Stalino". April to May 1943, also SS-und Polizeiführer "Shitomir". From September 1943 to January 1944, SS-und Polizeiführer for special assignment to the Höchster SS-und Polizeiführer "Italien". From January 1944 to May 1945, SS-und Polizeiführer "Oberitalien-West". Awarded Iron Cross Second Class (31 March 1943), Iron Cross First Class (25 September 1943), NSDAP Long Service Award in Silver, both classes of the War Service Cross with Swords and the German Cross in Gold (15 February 1945), for his command of German troops and Italian blackshirts in defeating partisans in Domodossola in October 1944. Died in Hamburg on 2 September 1982. 1 September 1931
Theobald Thier A Generalmajor der Polizei
Executed Kraków Poland 12 July 1949[citation needed]
250198 June 1935 1744848
Wilhelm Trabandt Colonel of 1 SS Infantry Brigade
Commander of 18th SS Volunteer Panzer Grenadier Division Horst Wessel
218.852
Friedrich Uebelhoer Łódź Ghetto 1939
Gauinspekteur Gau Wartheland 1940 – 10.43 MWGB Regierungspräsident Merseberg 10.43 – 45 Died 31 12 1950.
209059 11707
Dr. Gerd Unbehaun, 33025
Edmund Veesenmayer Involved in Final Solution in Croatia; Serbia and Hungary
Wilhelm Fritz von Roettig Also Generalmajor der Ordnungspolizei.
Jürgen Wagner Commander of 23rd SS Volunteer Panzer Grenadier Division Nederland
4th SS Polizei Division
23 692 15 June 1931 707279
Friedrich Weber Commander of the NSDAP Old Guard 265902 July 1934 15
Wilhelm Werner World War I war criminal. ;
Member of Himmler's personal staff
9916 15 July 1931 332139
Karl Maria Wiligut Section VIII (Archives) RUSHA
Himmler's Personal Staff
September 1933
Fritz Witt First commander of the 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend. Awarded the Knight's Cross on 4 September 1940. He was killed by an allied naval barrage in 1944 21518 1 December 1931 816769
Prof. Dr. Walter Wüst 278951

SS OfficersEdit

Oberführer (senior colonel)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Oberführer SS-Oberfuehrer collar
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Dr. Humbert Achamer-Pifrader Born 21 November 1900 in Teplitz-Schönau, Married Maria Hauser in 1929, Joined NSDAP on 10 November 1931, SS-Oberführer und Oberst der Polizei, Einsatzgruppe A Commander (10 September 1942 - 4 September 1943), head of the Gestapo in Darmstadt in 1940, Inspector of the SiPo and SD in Wiesbaden July 1942, Inspector of the SiPo and SD in Berlin September 1943. Died 25 April 1945 in Linz 275750 September 1935 614104
Josef Altstötter Member of Reich Ministry for Justice; member of SA # 31; tried 1947 in Judges' Trial-released 1950-died 1979 289.254 15 May 1937 5.823.836
Adolf Ax Waffen-SS commander 3848 1 December 1930 378043
Dr. jur. Horst Bender Born 24.02.1905. SS judge 122746 1 April 1933 1261871
Kurt Benson Oberleutnant der Reserve 1642 August 1929 19227
Karl-Heinz Bertling Commander of the Indian Legion of the SS
World War I veteran. Served in the Freikorps Ehrhardt Brigade in 1919.
Holder of the Golden Nazi Party Badge.
60258 1 November 1930 370275
Walter Bestmann 10 July 1933...Untersturmführer; 01 Jan 1935...Obersturmführer; 10 March 1935...Hauptsturmführer; 9 November 1939...Sturmbannführer;1 September 1942...Obersturmbannführer; 21 December 1943...Standartenführer
Franz Albrecht Brünner Waffen-SS Security Department in Metz
Werner Blankenburg Involved in Nazism "Euthanasia"-program Action T4, the annihilation of the Polish Jews in the "Aktion Reinhard", and the experiments with castration by X-Rays in KZ Auschwitz-Birkenau. 124744
Friedrich-Wilhelm Bock He was born 6 May 1897. His military service; 2 August 1914 to 1 February 1919 F.A.R 31.; Alleged to have been member of Freikorps. 10 July 1924....Leutnant {police}; 1 April 1928...Oberleutnant {police}; 1 January 1934...Hauptmann {police}; 1 April 1936...Major {police}; 1 November 1941...Sturmbannführer (Joined SS at this rank); 5 January 1942...Obersturmbannführer; Einsatzgruppe B, Sonderkommando 7c Commander (June 1942); 9 November 1943...Standartenführer; 1 August 1944...Oberführer. Commander of 9.SS-Panzer-Division Hohenstaufen, 4.SS-Polizei-Panzergrenadier-Division,
19.Waffen-Grenadier-Division der SS
405821 2223186
Karl-Heinz Bürger Also a police colonel 156 309 30 January 1933 68 902
Alfred Buntru Also a hydraulic engineer and informant for the Sicherheitsdienst (SD) 1937
Dr. Joachim Caesar He ran an agricultural farm in the Auschwitz complex conenered with animal and plant breeding. One of his tasks was to try and obtain oil for military and industrial use from plants. He used prisoners to do the work and after the war many reported that the centre was a 'haven of decency' they refused to testify against him in any trial.
Prince Christoph of Hesse Also Hauptmann d.R.;
b. Stab RFSS;
Luftwaffe Major
35903 1 498 608
or 696 176
Professor Dr. Armin Dadieu
Karl Diebitsch Artist and soldier responsible for much of the Third Reich SS regalia. Prof. Diebitsch worked with graphic designer Walter Heck to design the all-black SS uniform. Also with his business partner Industrialist Franz Nagy, Diebitsch began the production of art porcelain at the porcelain factory Porzellan Manufaktur Allach. 141990 1 May 1920
November 1933.
1,436 {membership lapsed},
4,690,956 reinstated.
Rudolf Diels First commander of the Gestapo until April 1934; later Chief of the Regional Gouvernement (Regierungsprasident) of Köln 187116 April 1934 3955308
Dr Eduard Deisenhofer Waffen-SS combat commander
Dr Oskar Dirlewanger Leader of Dirlewanger Brigade 357267 1,098,716
Helmut Dörner Born 26 June 1909. 20 April 1937...Leutnant (Police); 30 January 1938...Oberleutnant (Police); 1 January 1940...Hauptsturmführer; 1 April 1942...Sturmbannführer; 20 April 1943...Obersturmbannführer; 20 April 1944...Standartenführer; 15 January 1945...Oberführer
Erich Ehrlinger SS-Oberführer und Oberst der Polizei, Einsatzgruppe A, Sonderkommando 1b Commander (June - November 1941); Einsatzgruppe B Commander (28 August 1943 - April 1944)
Wilhelm Fuchs SS-Oberführer und Oberst der Polizei, Leader of Einsatzgruppe "Serbien" and Befehlshaber der Sicherheitspolizei und des SD (BdS) {Serbia}, Kommandeur of Sicherheitspolizei and des SD in Litauen, BdS Ostland in Riga and Leader of Einsatzkommandos 3 {USSR}. 62.760 1 December 1932 1.038.061
Ernst Harmann SS und Polizeiführer Shitomir (31 October 1943 - 25 January 1944)
Karl Höfer
Hubert Klausner Gauleiter of Carinthia
Erhard Kroeger Commander of Einsatzkommando 6/Einsatzgruppe C 357243 23 October 1938 7 675 747
Hans Loritz KZ officer Esterwegen concentration camp 4.165 1 August 1930 298.668
Georg Martin Waffen-SS commander 87679 5649799
Emil Maurice SS Member No. 2, credited with founding the SS 2 February 1925 39
Thomas Müller Waffen-SS combat commander
Friedrich Panzinger Chief of Amt IV Section A, of the RSHA;
Einsatzgruppe A
Member of Gehlen Organization
322118 5017341
Dr Rudolf Pfannensteil SS-Standortkdtr. Dachau (1942); SS-Führg. H. A. (1944) 276748 1 July 1936 4691491
Dr. Helmut Poppendick Released from American custody 31 January 1951
Ferdinand Porsche He made contributions to advanced German tank designs: Tiger I, Tiger II, and the Elefant, as well as the super-heavy Panzer VIII Maus tank, which was never put into production. He also made contributions in aircraft design, including the Junkers Ju 88, and the Focke-Wulf Ta 152. Additionally, he helped develop and manufacture retaliatory weapons (Vergeltungswaffen), such as the V-1 flying bombs (Fi 103 flying bombs). None 5643287
Emanuel Schafer Einsatzkommando/SD/Himmler's personal staff 280018 4659879
Julian Scherner SS and Police Leader of Kraków
Julius Schreck First Reichsführer-SS 5 February 1925 53
Erwin Schulz Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 5 Commander (June - August 1941)
Heinrich Seetzen SS-Oberführer und Oberst der Polizei, Einsatgruppe D, Einsatzkommando 10a Commander (June 1941 - July 1942), Einsatzgruppe B Commander (28 April - August 1944)
Emil Sembach SS headquarters in Silesia 6.640 1 April 1932 3.575
Dr. Herman Senkowsky Born 31.7.1897 Scheibbs in Lower Austria. Referent fur Finanzpolitik in hauptabteilung Wirtschaft in Landesleitung Osterreich der NSDAP 7.32 - 1934. Expelled from the Austrian Civil Service for his membership of the Nazi Party. Arrested November 1934. Released 1936 and went to Germany. Served in the Ministry of Finance until 1938. Returned to Austria after the Anschluss. Dozent fur Zollrecht an der Hochschule fur Welthandel in Wien 1938. Oberfinanzprasident Oberdonau 4.38 - 12.38. Oberfinanzprasident Wien-Niederdonau 12.38 - 1.11.39. Finanzprasident in hauptabteilung Finanz und vertreter der generaldirektion der Monopole in regierung Generalgouvernment 1.11.39 - 1.1.42. Prasident und leiter Hauptabteilung Finanz unbd leiter generaldirektion der Monopole in Regierung Generalgouvernment 1.1.42 - end. 01.01.1942-17.01.1945 Leiter Hauptabteilung Finanzen. Brother of SS-Unterstrumfuehrer Dr Werner Senkowsky 310369 1 November 1938
Friedrich Siebert Born 22 August 1903, Died 29 March 1966, Commander of 57.Infanterie-Division (October 1942 - February 1943), Commander of 44.Reichsgrenadier-Division 'Hoch und Deutschmeister' (October 1939 - May 1942) 268998 May 1935 434120
Otto Steinhäusl Police President of Vienna and Leader of Interpol. 292773 1938
Otto Teetzman Dismissed from SS 29 November 1935 for illegal currency dealings 3901 1 June 1930 271567
Benno von Arent born in Görlitz, Prussia, on 19 July 1898. His uncle was Benno von Arent (Generalleutnant). Member of the Freikorps. Joined the Nazi Party in 1932 he was one of the founders of the "Bund nationalsozialistischer Bühnen- und Filmkünstler" ("Union of national-socialist stage and movie artists"), which was renamed "Kameradschaft deutscher Künstler" ("fellowship of German artists") after Hitler's rise to power in 1933. Arent was appointed "Reichsbühnenbildner" ("Reich stage designer") in 1936 and "Reichsbeauftragter für die Mode" ("Reich agent for fashion") in 1939. He designed the diplomatic uniform of the Nazi diplomatic service. In 1944, he was given the rank of SS-Oberführer. Died 14 October 1956 1931
Ferdinand von Sammern-Frankenegg Born 17.3.1897 Grieskirchen. Stub: 9.11.37; Staf : 17.3.38; Fuhrer 37 SS – Standarte (Linz) : 12.3 – 31.12.1938; Reichstag deputy 1938-1944; b. Stab SS – Oberabschnitt Nordost : 1.1 – 7.2.1939; m.d.F. SS – Abschnitt IX : 1.3 – 1.7.1939; Stabsfuhrer SS – Oberabschnitt Main : 1.7 – 1.9.1939; Fuhrer SS – Abschnitt IX (Wurzburg) : 1.9.1939 – 15.5.1942; Oberf : 30.1.41; SSPF Warschau : 15.5.1942 – 19.4.1943; b.m. SS – Abschnitt IX : 1.6 – 1.7.1943; Fuhrer b. Stab RFSS : 1.7.1943 –;Polizeigebietsfuhrer Esseg : 15.7.1943 – 20.9.1944; Brif u. Gen.Mjr d. Pol: 20.4.1944; killed 20.9.1944 b. Banja Luka. 292 792 1 459 955
Gustav Adolf Wiemann Waffen-SS Officer and son-in-law of SS-Oberstgruppenführer Paul Hausser 1938
Arpad Wigand SS and Police leader (SS-und Polizeiführer (SSPF)) in Warsaw from 4 August 1941 until 23 April 1943. Aide to Erich von dem Bach Zelewski. In 1981, Wigand was found guilty in Hamburg for war crimes and was sentenced to 12.5 years. 2999 30682
Johannes Zingler At the Rumbula Massacre as Freidrich Jeckeln's driver, Johannes Zingler. He claimed in testimony that Jeckeln had forced him to join in as a killer by making threats to harm Zingler's family 10 196 March 1931 544378
Berinhard Wittner He was in charge of execution duties throughout the war in larger concentration camps (Auschwitz-Birkenau,Bełżec,Chełmno(Kulmhof)) Post war history currently unknown. July

Standartenführer (colonel)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Standartenführer SS-Standartenfuehrer collar
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Humbert Achamer-Pifrader Born 21 November 1900 Bohemia. Served In Austrian Army in World War I. In 1935 Head of Gestapo in Darmstadt. By July 1942, he was Chief of Security Police and SD in Wiesbaden. In September 1942 he became, in succession to Walter Stahlecker and Heinz Jost, commander of Einsatzgruppen A, which was responsible for the mass murder of civilians (mostly Jewish). In addition, he was commander of the Security Police (Sipo) in Riga for sometime. On 31 August 1943, awarded with the Iron Cross 2nd Class award. In 1944 he returned to the Reich Security Main Office in Berlin and took over as Chief of Security Police in the field units of the Unit IV B. Killed in air raid 21 April 1945 275.750 September 1935 614.104
Gunter d'Alquen Chief of Propaganda OKW; Editor of Das Schwarze Korps;Connected with SS-Standarte Kurt Eggers 8452 1931 66.689
Emil Augsburg AMT VI of the RSHA; Vorkommando Moskau of SS officer Franz Six; postwar worked for American Intelligence and Gehlen Organization 307,925 11 September 1938 5,518,743
Curt Benn Born 30 January 1897 Elderfield, Rhine Providence. Served in World War I. Married on 25 may 1925 Emilie Tiefenthal (b.5 October 1895 Sabolin bei Metz {NSDAP # 69494}. Served as Senior administrative police official of the town Wuppertal. From 31 to 34 he was active in allgemeine SS SS-Standarte 20 : he reach to F II/20 then when he joined gemeindepolizei Wuppertal and later 1937 stadtverwaltung Wuppertal he was attached to SS-sta 20. From 1940 he was attached to SD Leitabschnitt Düsseldorf but did'nt held position in SD. Died 1960 9526 June 1931 32588
Paul Blobel Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 4a Commander (June 1941 - 13 January 1942). 29100 January 1932 844662
Albert Brummenbaum 274 111 232 194
Max de Crinis psychiatric director of the Clinic "La charité" of Berlin. Also worked with RuSHA/Action T-4 276 171 1936 688 247
Herbert Dassler Born 25 January 1902 w Oberpollnitz. 1931 - Served in the Gauleitung der Nsdap in Brandenburg. July 1931 - Gaupropogandaleiter and Gaupressewart in Brandenburg. DAL - [1 December 1938 - 20 April 1942] Stab RuSHA. Awarded Goldenes Ehrenzeichen der NSDAP and Ehrendegen der Reichsführer-SS Left the SS in August 1943. Living in Wilhelmshaven 1955. 276596 312956
Erich Ehrlinger Einsatzkommando commander 107493 May 1935 541195
Arthur Erdmann Born 18 October 1897. Served in World War I. Fuhrer Beim SS Personalhauptamt. Postwar First speaker of HIAG in Bad Tolz.Died 18 July 1974 235550 30 January 1938 1768485
Waldemar Fegelein Commander of 2nd SS Cavalry Regiment; 8th SS Cavalry Division Florian Geyer;
37th SS Volunteer Cavalry Division Lützow. Brother of Hermann Fegelein.
229780 2942829
Hermann Florstedt Commandant of Majdanek Concentration Camp 8660 1931 488 573
Hans Ulrich Geschke Born 16 May 1907. jurist, lawyer of the SA units, from 1935 chief of the Gestapo in Kiel, chief of the Gestapo in Prague, personally arrested Czech prime minister of protectorate government and army general Alois Eliáš and worked up accusation against him, during 2nd Heydrich's terror ( heydrichiáda ) chaired to courts martial, responsible for burn-out of Lidice, then chief of the SD and SiPo in Poznan and in Budapest, his post-World War II activities unknown.
Karl Gesele With 16th SS Panzergrenadier Division Reichsführer-SS and 37th SS Volunteer Cavalry Division Lützow 10,596 August 1931
Jakob Grimminger Leader of Standarten 1 and bearer of the Blutfahne 135 25 February 1926 759
Max Hansen (SS officer) Commander of the 1st SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment in the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler. 27813 1931 478376
Otto Hellwig SS und Polizeiführer Shitomir 22 October 1941 – 20 May 1943 272289 July 1935 2155531
Gebhard Himmler Brother to Heinrich Himmler. Also SS-Standartenführer d. R. der Waffen-SS (30 March 1944). He was Ministerialdirigent and Leiter der Abteilung für berufliches Bildungswesen im Reichsministerium für Wissenschaft, Erziehung und Volksbildung. 214049 1117822
Peter Högl Member of SS-Begleitkommando des Führers 249998 3289992
Karl Jäger Commander of Einsatzkommando 3/Einsatzgruppe A. Author of the infamous Jäger Report. 62823 1932 359269
Hans-Kurt Kästner Born 7 December 1888. Served in World War I. Transferred to Waffen SS 1944. Commander of Artillery Regiment 31. 1 March 1945 Staf. taken from Jicin Prison Czechoslavkia May 1945-fate unknown.
Rudolf Lange SD Commander of Latvia, Commander Einsatzkommando A-2. Wannsee Conference participant 93501 1 March 1933 1159583
Prof. Dr. Alexander Langsdorff Born: 14.12.1898 in Alsfeld / Oberhessen. World War I veteran. Attached to Pers.Stab Reichsführer-SS, with assignment to the Ahnenerbe Forschungs- und Lehrgemeinschaft: 12.1938 – late-1944 (also held a post with the state history museum, Berlin during this period). Assigned to the Stab, Chef Kriegsverwaltungsabteilung in Paris:. Assigned to staff of Dr. jur. Otto Gustav von Wächter, Kriegsverwaltungschef on the staff of the HöSSPF Italien (Karl Wolff); in charge of the "Kunstschutz" (art protection) department: 12.1944 – 05.1945. Awarded Deutsches Kreuz in Silber: 29.04.1945 (for service with the German Military Administration in Italy. Died 15 March 1946 Eutin. 185091 28 October 1933 1657764
Sebastian Leveque Waffen-SS officer 251321 4321123
Michael Lippert Killed SA leader Ernest Rohm July 1934 2 968 10 March 1931 246 989
Enno Lolling Concentration Camps Inspectorate; Physician with Amt D III of the SS-Wirtschafts-Verwaltungshauptamt for Medical Services and Camp Hygiene, with headquarters at Oranienburg 179,765 28 August 1933 4,691,483
Hans Lovell Commander of Second Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler 8876 1934 86.775
Natter Manfred A lawyer and consultant for the Austrian section Gestapo - Tagesrapporte, manager of technical issues in the field and owner Austrian refineries. 2 September 1924 0209 1931 287526
Josef Albert Meisinger The Butcher of Warsaw 36134 5 March 1933 3201697
Erich Mix Born 27 June 1898 Trzcińsk. Served in World War I {4 credits} and World War II {8 to 13 credits}.ALso Mayor of Settina ndn Wiesbaden. Died 9 April 1971 132400 1 September 1933 1.334.064
Dr. Walter Moser Born 11 March 1906. Doctor Of Law. Fuhrer Beim Stab SS Abschnitt IV. Fuhrer BEIM STAB SS Abschnitt XXXXIII. Helped set up the Lodz Ghetto 47869 15 September 1935 879262
August Mutschler Born 19 June 1885. Served IN World War I. Served in SS Regiments "Deutschland" and "Germania". 20.4.1945 Staf. 259708 344802
Karl Ostberg 1315 9 February 1929 10166
Friedrich Ostermann Born 26 December 1898. Served in World War I. Gaujaegermeister in Gau Sachsen 1936. Gaujaegermeister in Jadgau province Sauchen 1935-1945. Fuhrer Beim Reichssicherheitshauptamt 1942-8 May 1945. Held Concurrent ranks of SS Standartfuhrer and OberLeutenant der Reserve 323788 15 August 1939 539852
Professor Dr. Wilhelm Pfannenstiel SS physician at Bełżec and Auschwitz 273083 1934 2828629
Jochen Peiper Waffen-SS Commander of LSSAH Kampfgruppe Peiper (the unit involved in the Malmedy massacre) (branch: Panzertruppe) 132496 16 Oct 1933
Heinrich Petersen (SS officer) Commander of 18th SS Volunteer Panzer Grenadier Division Horst Wessel 134.299 964.574
Alois Persterer Einsatzkommando 10B 309697 897521
Richard Pruchtnow Polizeidirektor and Chef (not Leiter) Kripo Troppau 12.1941 – 22.6.43 Promoted SS Of 30 January 1943 27847
Dr Fritz Rang 122074
Julius Ritter Assistant to Fritz Sauckel 34 491 1 December 1931 680 323
Arthur Rödl KZ Officer-Gross-Rosen concentration camp; Buchenwald concentration camp; 1.240 1928 98.023
Albert Rüdiger 310320
Wolfram Sievers Himmler's personnel Staff
General Secretary of the Ahnenerbe
Deputy of Managing Board of Directors of Reich Research Council
275325 1935 144983
Herbert Scholz Staff from the RF SS 70.360 505.786
Dr. Kurt Siep Born 18 August 1906. Obsbf 21 June 1943 Staf 21 June 1944 Ehrenamtlicher Führer Gruppe IIIa RHSA 1944–1945 105465 267608
Josef Spacil Born 3 January 1907. Commander of the Security Police and Security Service Netherlands
SS economist at the Higher SS and Police Leader office for southern Russia
Chief of Section II RSHA
6797 10 April 1931 1,200,941
Dr. Wilhelm Staudinger Received the Blood Order; head of the Abteilung Presse und Propaganda within the Reichsamt für Agrapolitik; worked with the RSHA 269.365 108.007
Eugen Steimle Commander of Sonderkommando 7A of Einsatgruppe B (September - December 1941), and Sonderkommando 4a of Einsatgruppe C; Department VIb of RSHA 272575 April 1936
Ludolf-Jacob von Alvensleben SS- und Polizeiführer Udine (Friuli). 52 195 1 313 391
Hennig von Nordeck Born 26 June 1895 in Grünberg. 15 November 1931 SS-Sturmführer; 13 February 1932 SS-Sturmhauptführer; 24 December 1932 SS-Sturmbannführer; 9 November 1933 SS-Obersturmbannführer; 1 June 1934 SS-Standartenführer. [1 October 1934] Führer beim Stab SS-Oberabschnitt „Süd“ / München; 00.00.1934 - 00.00.193_ Führer SS-Motorstandarte 1.;23.03.1936 wegen Übertritts zur Wehrmacht auf eigenen Antrag aus der SS entlassen; 13.03.1936 zum Luftwaffe versetz; 00.00.1936 Hauptamann (Luftwaffe); 00.00.1938 Major (Luftwaffe); 00.00.1941 Oberstleutnant (Luftwaffe). 5917 9 March 1931 248162
Hilmar Wäckerle first commandant of Dachau concentration camp. 9.729 1 March 1931 530.715
Karl Heinrich Wehrle 289502
Walter Weinhöbel 277086
Dr Edgar Wendel 6033
Wilhelm Wenner Born Lohne (Westf.) 02.11.1889. World War I veteran. 17.09.1919 Eintritt in den Polizeidienst beim Stab der Sicherheitspolizei für das rheinisch-westfälische Industriegebiet. 28 October 1943 SS-Standartenführer. {also held rank of und Oberst der Schupo:} Attached to SS-Personalhauptamt: (9. Nov. 1944) Died December 1953 356872 1 June 1940 3576872
Josef Witiska Chief of SIPO and SD in Slovakia and Chef, Einsatzgruppe H, Slowakei 422296 1 March 1938 6289103
Wilhelm Zander Assistant to Martin Bormann 27789 552659

Obersturmbannführer (lieutenant colonel)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Obersturmbannführer SS-Obersturmbannfuehrer collar
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Friedrich Wilhelm Altena Member of VOMI. Murdered an Allied POW pilot on 9 August 1944. Details here. 354102 316030
Bernhard Baatz Einsatzgruppe A, Sonderkommando 1a Commander (1 August 1943 - 15 October 1944), Einsatzkommando 1a Commander (June - August 1943)
Erwin Baumann 17307
Johann Beck Waffen SS as a SS Ostuf and Allgemeine SS as a SS Obhur 179 6.911
Walter Bellwidt Born 5 May 1900, Frankfort/Main. According to SS-DAL of 37 he served in I./SS-St. "Germania". Awarded the Degen Totenkopfring Sportabz. 1930: Mitglied der NSDAP, Mitglied der SS. 30-04-1933: SS-Untersturmführer. 15-6-1934: SS-Obersturmführer. 1934: Führer des Sturmbanns III der 2. SS-Standarte. 1935: Sturmbann II der SS-Standarte 2 der SS-VT. 15-9-1935: SS-Hauptsturmführer.

1937: Führer des Sturms 7 der SS-Standarte 'Germania'.1938: Führer des Sturmbanns I der 3. SS-Totenkopf-Standarte 'Thüringen'. 30-1-1939: SS-Sturmbannführer. 10-1939: Kommandeur des I. Bataillons des SS-Totenkopf-Infanterie-Regiment 3 der SS-Totenkopf-Division. Then he was Kdr. of I.Batallion of SS-T.I.R.3. And in 1942 (SS-DAL of 42) he was Kdr of the SS-I.E.Btl 1 and it also shows that he was awarded the EK II SS-I.E.Btl 1 = SS-Infanterie Ersatz Battallion 1. SS-Ostubaf.: 30.01.1943. Führer 1./III./2.SS-Standarte: 04.1933. In 1943 he was Kdr. of SS-Pz.Gren.Ausbildungs- und Ersatz-Batallion 3 in Warschau. {Note Panzer Grenadier and Training Battalion # 3 {Warsaw} is among forces listed in Stroop Report of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising[3] {The SS-DAL of 43 show him as Kdr. SS-Pz.Gr.Ers.Btl.3 and now he had been awarded the KVK with Swords KL I}. Died 13 October 1965

15770 271609
Rudolf Friedrich Bergmann 272246
Heinrich Bernhard 267350
Georg Betz SS officer who served as Adolf Hitler's personal co-pilot and Hans Baur's substitute 625419
Rudolf Bilfinger 335627
Helmut Bischoff Gestapo chief of Poznań and Magdeburg; director of security for the V-weapons program 272403 November, 1935 203122
Hans Bludau SS doctor-SS Führungshauptamt 310384 1 November 1938 2765344
Hans Bissinger Commander of Field-Ersatz-Brigade 102 II SS Panzer Corps 53698 1 April 1932 1200004
Dr. Otto Bradfisch Einsatzgruppe B, Einsatzkommando 8 commander (June 1941 - 1 April 1942) 310810 26 September 1938 405869
Fritz Braune Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 4b commander (2 October 1941 - 21 March 1942)Convicted and sentence to 9 years inprisoment 12 january 1973 272564 November 1935 498084
Werner Braune Commanded Einsatzkommando 11b/Einsatzgruppe Special Purpose Unit D. 107,364 November 1934 581,277
Wilhelm Breimaier/Breimeyer Served in SS-Totenkopf-Standarte; Freiwilligen-Legion Flandern; SS-Freiwilligen-Division Prinz Eugen, 11 263 May 1931 357535
Dr. Friedrich Buchardt Commanded Einsatzkommando 9/Einsatzgruppe B Jan 1943-Oct 1944
Fritz Darges With 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich and 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking 72.222 1 April 1933 4.166.936
Leon Degrelle Belgian Waffen-SS Foreign Legion Commander None 1 June 1943 None
Fritz Dietrich (Nazi official) SS police chief (SS und PolizeiStandortführer ) in Liepāja (German:Libau), Latvia. 280034 May 1936 2674343
Paul Dittel 267209
Adolf Doldi RFSS RSD (Hitler's pilot) 276881 1722844
Hans Dorr Waffen-SS officer May 1933
Adolf Eichmann Born 1906. Head of the Gestapo's Sub-Office of Resettlement and later head of the Office of Jewish Affairs under RSHA Amt IV Gestapo and officially known as sub-department, Referat IV B4. Tried and Hanged 1962 45326 1 April 1932 889895
Kurt Eimann Born 28 July 1899 Gorlitz. Member of SS-Wachsturmbann Eimann. Died 1980 57.319 1.418.880
Alfred Filbert Einsatzgruppe B, Einsatzkommando 9 commander (June - 20 October 1941)
Hans Fleischhacker SS-Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt 307399 1940 7501920
Bruno Gesche 4th Commander of the SS-Begleitkommando des Führers 1934–1945 1093 1927 8592
Wilhelm Götze Commander of 109th SS Regiment
Gottfried Gresler. Born : 3.5.1919 in Wilkau-Haßlau.Chef 3./Art.Rgt.1 October 1941 He's mentioned on II. SS-Pz.Korps---12 July 1943. He was CO from 12. Batterie with SS-Artillerie-Regiment from 'LSSAH' and he was killed in action around 12 or 13 July 1943. Chef 3./Art.Rgt.1 as of June 1944. 367339
Walter Hänsch RSHA I D-2; RSHA I D; Sonderkommando 4-B Einsatzkommando Convicted of war crimes at the Nuremberg Trials, sentenced to death, commuted to 15 years imprisonment. 252573 1 August 1935 537256
Dr. Gustav Halswick. Born 1.3.1902 Keulen. SBF 9.11.42 Awarded War Service Cross 2nd Class with Swords. He was a teacher at the Reichsschule der Sicherheitspolizei. He was also Kriminaldirektor within the SS-RSHA. April 1944 Kripo Berlin. Reportedly assigned to the Kripo-Stelle "Koblenz", probably 1944/45. After WW-2 he became Sonderbeauftragter from the van de president from the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV). Died 14 February 1974 in his birth place Keulen. 337.658 5.850.390
Willi Hardieck Served 3. SS-Panzer-Division ‘Totenkopf'; 6. SS-Gebirgs-Division ‘Nord’; 9.SS-PZ.Div. "Hohenstaufen"; 16.SS-PZ.Gren.Div. "Reichsfuhrer SS"; 12. SS-Panzer-Division ‘Hitlerjugend’. SS Panzer Brigade 150 32.789
Fritz Hartjenstein Commandant at Birkenau; Natzweiler concentration camp; Flossenbürg
Karl Hass born October 5, 1912. Joined SD 1934. Involved in deporation of 1,000 Jews to KZ Auschwitz; placed Princess Mafalda of Savoy in German custody. Involved in Ardeatine massacre. Postwar used by US to Spy on USSR; sentenced to life in prison in 1988; died under house arrest April 21, 2004
Günther Herrmann Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 4b commander (June - October 1941)
Fritz Hippler Film producer of The Eternal Jew 284122 10 April 1937 62133
Wilhelm Höttl RSHA
Head of Counter Intelligence for Central and Southeastern Europe; second in command to Himmler's representative in Hungary
309510 1938 6309616
Rudolf Höß Commander of Auschwitz concentration camp 193616 20 September 1933 3240
Josef Jahn 9th SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen 2431
Frederik Jensen Waffen-SS 456 051 4 April 1941 None
Herbert Kappler Commander of SS and Police Forces in Rome, Italy 55211 8 May 1933 594899
Erich Kempka Hitler's chauffeur-cofounder of SS-Begleitkommando des Führers 2803 1 April 1930 225639
Max Koegel Section Commander at Auschwitz 1254463 4 March 1936 215.123
Sepp Krafft Commander of SS-Panzergrenadier Bataillon 16 during Operation Market Garden 424 020
Bodo Lafferentz On staff of the SS "Race and Settlement Central Agency". Later involved in researching oil shale sites and wind power also V-2 Rocket development. Organised the Bayreuth opera "War Festival". 347155 17 February 1939 2594441
Arthur Liebehenschel Commandant of the Majdanek and Auschwitz death camps, succeeding Rudolf Höß. Served as an adjutant in the Columbia Haus and Lichtenburg camps, Inspectorate of Concentration Camps and as a senior director in the SS Economics Department. Prosecuted in the Auschwitz Trial in Kraków and executed by hanging on 28 January 1948. 29254 1 February 1932 932760
Kurt Lischka Tried 1979 with Herbert Hagen and Erich Heinrichsohn 195590 1 June 1933
Dr. Wilhelm Ludwig Born 1897. Strumbannfuhrer. He served with the 87. SS-Standarte(HQ at Innsbruck). Also headed the Amtlichen Deutschen Ein- und Rückwanderungsstelle(A.D.E.R.St.). He was also employed within the SS-RSHA. After WW-2 he became head of Abteilung V within the BfV Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz in Köln. He also got promoted to Regierungsdirektor. 307.478
Dr Hans Mann born 8.December.1896 Vienna Austria. Hsf 20.April.1935; sbf 25.July.1938; O'Stubaf 30 January 1941; Died Before end of World War II 307479 899057
Knud Børge Martinsen Commander of Frikorps Danmark
August Meier Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 4b commander (July - November 1942)
Karl Heinz Milius Born: 19 August 1911. SS-Untersturmführer & Platoon Leader 4.Zug/4.Kompanie/SS-Bataillon Nürnberg (N); wounded in France. After his convalescence Milius served as the Commander of SS-Unterführerschule Lauenburg from July 1942 until 3 November 1943.SS-Obersturmbannführer & Commander III.Bataillon/SS-Panzergrenadier-Regiment 25/12.SS-Panzer-Division “Hitlerjugend”: November 1943–14 June 1944. SS-Obersturmbannführer & Commander SS-Panzergrenadier-Regiment 25/12.SS-Panzer-Division “Hitlerjugend”: from 14 June 1944 to? 1944 (Milius was replaced by Hauptmann Fritz Steger). (On 14 June the Divisional Commander of the 12.SS-Division, SS-Brigadeführer Fritz Witt, was killed by naval gunfire at his headquarters. The Division was then handed over to SS-Standartenführer Kurt Meyer and the SS-PGR 25 went to SS-Obersturmbannführer Milius). Commander of Kampfgruppe Milius: 03-4 September 1944. Implicated in killing of Canadian POWS but not tried. Also implicated in Killing of a Jewish Airman in November 1944-but not questioned. Died: 31 May 1990.
Adolf Ott Released from American confinement announced 9 May 1958 13294 2433
Rudolf Pavlu 1938 – 1939 Chief of Staff Otto Wächters at the Austrian Ministry of the Interior and Cultural Affairs; 1939 – 1941 Chief of Staff and Head of the department work in the office of the district in Krakow; Nov. 1940 SS-Ostubaf.; 1941 to 1945 Stadthauptmann city of Krakow; 20 October 1944, SS-Ustuf. reserve officer in the Waffen-SS. 310.371 9 November 1938
Kurt Pomme Born 14.2.1899. Obersturmbannführer 1.8.1943 Oberstleutnant der Schutzpolizei. Adjutant to Reinhard Heydrich 290459 469080
Dr. Hermann Pook In charge of all dentists in concentration Camps; tried for War Crimes. Sentence reduced to time served by the Clemency Board in 1951 155870 20451140
Adolf Püchta Born 25.2.1908. In 1931 he followed a course at the SA-Reichsführerschule. After that he was an officer within the SA. U&sf 30.1.38 Hsf 20.4.39 Sbf 1.8.40 Awarded the Golden Party Badge and the War Service Cross 2nd Class with Swords. SS-Obersturmführer. He was working with the Gestapo. In Norway he commanded an Einsatzkommando. Was KDS Bergen Head Avd III 1940-1941. SS-Sturmbannführer(?). He was also working in Russia and it's almost sure he was involved in warcrimes. After 1950 he became Oberregierungsrat with the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz. He was also employed within the Landesamt für Verfassungsschutz in Niedersachsen. He was also a high member from the Witikobund. 107.193 3.469.510
Karl Rasche Of Dresdner Bank; sentenced 1949 in Ministries Trial to served 7 years; released 1950-died 1951 323.879 May 1939 2.207.508
Max Rostock SS and SD official in Lidice
Sentenced to death but pardoned in 1960; Postwar Spy for Czechoslovakia State Security in West Germany.
Harald Riipalu Estonian member of the SS
Dr. Martin Sandberger Einsatzgruppe A, Sonderkommando 1a Commander (June 1941 - 1943), Einsatzkommando 1a Commander (June 1942 - 1942)
Franz Schädle Commander of Adolf Hitler's personal bodyguard unit, (SS-Begleitkommando des Führers) 2605 1 February 1930 73.203
Oswald Schäfer Einsatzgruppe B, Einsatzkommando 9 commander (October 1941 - February 1942)
Hermann Schaper Commander of Kommando SS Zichenau-Schroettersburg and Einsatzgruppe B 3484 105606
Hans-Gerhard Schindhelm Einsatzgruppe B, Einsatzkommando 8 commander (7 November 1942 - October 1943)
Walter Schmidt (SS officer) Waffen-SS 311100 1935
Manfred Schönfelder born 18 March 1912; Waffen SS; Awarded Knight's Cross of Iron Cross.
Died 4 March 1983
Heinz Schubert Defendant in Einsatzgruppen Trial sentenced to death-commuted to 10 years 107326 10 October 1934 3474350
Conrad Schellong 135553 28 December 1932 1428412
Georg Schönberger Waffen-SS winner of Knights Cross of Iron Cross 1351 12 February 1929 103004
Richard Schulze
A.k.a. Richard Schulze-Kossens
Commander of SS Officers School Bad Tolz, Bavaria
Albert Schwartz As a SS Cpatain was laison man between KZ BUchenwald and Krupp to use KZ Jewish women as slave Labor in July 1944; sentenced to death-changed to life inprisoment
Hans Seigling Also held rank as an Oberstleutnant in the Schutzpolizei. Commander of German Police Battalion 57 and Schutzmannschaft-Brigade Siegling. Last commander of the 30th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS (2nd Russian) 450.683 1940 3.279.337
Hans Sommer SD during the war. Post war member in CIA-sponsored West German Gehlen Organization and later in East German Stasi 1932
Dr Karl Sommer Amt DII 272426 220064
Eduard Strauch Commander of Einsatzkommando 2, anschliessend commander of two Nazi organizations, the Security Police (German:Sicherheitspolizei), or SiPo, and the Security Service (German:Sicherheitsdienst, or SD, first in Belarus (then called White Russia or White Ruthenia) and later in Belgium. In October 1944, he was transferred to the Waffen-SS. 19.312 December 1931 623.392
Dr. Ludwig Stumpfegger Worked under Dr Karl Gebhardt with Dr. Fritz Fischer and Dr. Herta Oberheuser in medical experiments on human subjects from Ravensbrück. Hitler's personal surgeon from 1944, forward. Some sources report that he helped Magda Goebbels kill her children as they slept in the Vorbunker on 1 May 1945. 83.668 2 June 1933
Heinz Tensfeld
Hans Traupe SS und Polizeiführer Shitomir (25 September 1943 - 2 October 1943)
Edmund Trinkl Oberregierungsrat RSHA Berlin
Dept I A 6
Former member of Van Epp & Roehm's Reichsflagge Freikorps brigade
Dr Rudolf Tröger born 23 April 1905. NSDAP 1 May 1933; SS-Hauptsturmführer 01.08.1938;SS-Sturmbannführer 20 April 1939; CO of Einsatzkommando 16 during the Polish campaign between 12 August 1939 and 20 November 1939. Obersturmbannführer and Regierungsdirektor-Inspekteur der Sicherheitspolizei und SD in Danzig in June 1940; Killed in action as Lt on the Maginot line 18 June 1940. 261192 2434089
Karl Tschierschky Einsatzgruppe A, Einsatzkommando 1a Commander (1942)
Walter Vollmer SD during the war. KGB double agent in CIA-sponsored West German Gehlen Organization 21889 241213
Christian Frederik von Schalburg Commander of Frikorps Danmark
Gerhard Warzecha 20 November 1904, born Fritzendorf/Ostpr. July 1943, SS-Ostuf KK when posted from RSHA IV E3 (Spionageabwehr West) to BdS Paris; assigned to KdS Rouen as Deputy Leiter IV;spring to 6 June 1944, Leiter, Aussendienststelle St Lo;June–October 1944, staff of KdS Rouen gradually retreat across France to Metz; October–December 1944, KdS Rouen staff moved to Zlin/CZ; December 1944, most of the KdS Rouen moved to Cochem a d Moselle and became zbV Kommando 3 (Einsatzgruppe L) and played a small role in the Ardennes until military failure caused a retreat; January 1945, Warzecha wounded in Cochem during an Allied air bombardment on the town, and evacuated to Berlin

1960s, questioned as a witness by the West German police looking into war crimes during the Ardennes campaign

Erwin Weinmann Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 4a commander (13 January - 27 July 1942)
Martin Gottfried Weiss Born 3 June 1905 Weiden in der Oberpfalz. Commandant at Neuengamme concentration camp and in 1945 Dachau concentration camp. Executed 29 May 1946 Landsberg Germany 31147 43136
Eduard Weiter Born: 18 July 1889 in Eschwege near Kassel in Germany. Servedin World War I. Commandant of Dachau 1943-1945. Alleged to have been shot by one of his own subordinates April 1945 and died 2 May 1945 276877 October 1936 3.958.951
Wilhelm Wiebens Commanded Einsatzkommando 9/Einsatzgruppe B February 1942 – January 1943; the Einsatzkommando was active in Vilna, Grodno, Lida, Bielsk-Podlaski, Nevel, Lepel, Surazh, Vyazma, Gzhatsk, Mozhaisk, Vitebsk, Smolensk, and Varena. It executed 41,340 people 16617 546524
Max Wielen Oberregierungs- und Kriminalrat (ORuKR); Hauptmann d.R. a.D. Position: Chief, Stapoleitstelle Breslau. Involved in killing of POWS from The Great Escape; sentenced to prison 1947 but released after only serving a few years on 24 October 1952 128841 1759395
Erich Zacharias Chief, Grenzpolizeikommissariat (GPK) Zlin; Executed 1948 after being tried for involvement in killing of POWS from The Great Escape

Sturmbannführer (major)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Sturmbannführer SS-Sturmbannfuehrer collar
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Franz Abromeid IV B 4 of the Serbian Higher SS Division. 272353 329305
Georg Ahlemann SS Division Nord and Estonian Legion 50686 124829
Kurt-Oskar Albert Former Adjutant of KZ Dachau; Kdr. of the (Pz.) Pi. Btl. 5 of the 5 SS-Panzer-Division 'Wiking' 9230 374739
Hans Aumeier Deputy Commandant KZ Auschwitz 2.700 August 1929 164.755
Richard Baer (Nazi) Commander at KZ Auschwitz I 44225 1932 454991
Kurt Bartsch SS Kavallerie-Ausbidldungs und Ersatz-Abteilung 8 460 816 (V) 1942 None
Dr. Gerhard Bast Einsatzgruppe B, Sonderkommando 7a Commander (June - October/November 1944), Einsatzgruppe D, Einsatzkommando 11a Commander (November - December 1942) 23064 612972
Rudolf Batz Born 10 November 1903. leader of Einsatzkommando 2; KdS (Kommandeur der Sicherheitspolizei) in Cracow and shortly after that became the head of the Gestapo in Hannover. Committed suicide after 1961 arrest. 272458 10 December 1935 2955
Baubin October 1940 Part of the SD in Berlin-connected with Reichswerke Hermann Goering
Ernst Biberstein Commander of SS action command 6/action group C [EK 6/Egr. C].
Tried 1947/1948 and sentenced to death. Sentence commuted to Life imprisonment in 1951. After 1958 prison release, reported to have been part of the Gehlen Org. Died 8 December 1986.
272962 13 September 1936 40718
Wilhelm Josef Blum Born 30 April 1890 Dellwig/Essen. Attached to Oa Ost. Obersturmbannführer 20.3.1934 Sturmbannführer (Fachführer) Stab SSPF Globconik in Lublin. Died 1948 Radom Poland 8005 242082
Wilhelm Blühm Born 3 January 1899 Berlin. Einsatzgruppe B, Sonderkommando 7c Commander (1942 - July 1943). Killed in USSR July 1943
Fridrich-Wilhelm Bock Einsatzgruppe B, Sonderkommando 7c Commander (June 1942)later promoted to Oberführer (Senior Colonel) {See listing there}
Hans-Joachim Böhme Einsatzgruppe A, Einsatzkommando 3 Commander (11 May - July 1944);According to the Verdict of LG Ulm on 29.8.1958 Böhme (Stapoleiter Tilsit, KdS Zhitomir, KdS Kaunas) was only Stubaf.
Karl Bömelburg Gestapo leader in France 35898 1931 892239
Wernher von Braun Allgemeine-SS battalion officer (also SS Horseriding Club) 185068 1940 5,738,692
Reinhard Breder Einsatzgruppe A, Einsatzkommando 2 Commander (26 March 1943 - July 1943) 116663 5653771
Anton Burger Commandant of Theresienstadt concentration camp
Theodor Christensen Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 4a Commander (March - December 1943)
Dr. Kurt Christmann Einsatzgruppe D, Einsatzkommando 10a Commander (August 1942 - July 1943)
Joseph Darnand French Waffen-SS Foreign Legion Commander
Adolf Diekmann Born 18 December 1914. Involved in Oradour-sur-Glane massacre. KIA 29 June 1944
Walter Drexler Awarded Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross 239247 March 1938
Emmeran Dummler Hauptman d.R 11769 298748
Hans Eckhardt Einsatzgruppe B, Sonderkommando 7c Commander (July - December 1943)
Reinhard Ellmenreich 12564
Siegfried Engel 272559
Günther Farohs 62 935 2 331 191
Dr. Emil Finnberg Born 27 June 1909. SS-Hauptsturmführer u. Regierungsassessor Dr. Finnberg Adjutant (to Dr. Hans Nockemann), Amt II, RSHA (March 1941). SS-Sturmbannführer: 09.11.1942. RSHA (10.43); Befehlsblatt des Chefs d.Sich.Pol. u. d. SD Nr. 15/44 from 08.04.1944 „Die Abordnung des Stubaf. Reg.Rat. Dr. FINNBERG (Stapoleitst. Breslau) zum BdSuSD in Paris ist aufgehoben“ 194.365 3 027 410
Otto Förschner KZ Commandant 191.554 5 274 260
Eduard Karl Gustav Fuhrken Born 17 January 1894 Hannover; Father: Gustav Anton Fuhrken * 15.02.1851. Mother: Ida Lübben * 18.07.1865. Married: Marie Magdalene Erna Frieda Heyne on 16 Jan 1926 in Offenbach, Main.. They had the following children: 1) Dietrich Fuhrken was born on 8 May 1929 in Hamburg. He died on 15 Dec 1954 in Hamburg. 2) Jutta Fuhrken 3) Gerald Fuhrken.;
Hptm.d.R.; Stubaf.: 01.05.1942 Danzig {Gdansak}.
347129 573407
Walter Gerth Awarded Knights Cross. Member of 1st SS Panzer Division LSSAH 372351
Kurt Gildisch Co founder of SS-Begleitkommando des Führers 13.138 1931 690.762
Kurt Graaf born 8 January 1909, Einsatzgruppe A, Einsatzkommando 1c Commander (1 August - 28 November 1942) 36179 183351
Adam Grünewald Commandant of Herzogenbusch concentration camp 1934
Hans Günther Adolf Eichmann deputy; Brother of Rolf Günther 290.129 1937 119.925
Rolf Günther Adolf Eichmann deputy; Brother of Hans Günther 290.130 1937 472.421
Herbert Hagen Tried 1979 with Kurt Lischka and Ernest Heinrichson for war crimes 124 273 4 583 139
Joachim Hamann Born 18 May 1913 In Kiel. On 1-2-1932 he became a member of the NSDAP and the SA. Between 1935 and 1938 he served with the German paratroopers. In 1938 and 1941 he worked as a Kriminalkommissar der Polizei with the Gestapo in Berlin. In the summer of 1941 he followed a training-course at the SS-Schule in Fürstenberg. {Reportedly[where?] Hamann was adjutant to Karl Jäger in the staff of EK 3/EGr. A in Litauen June - October 1941. He served as an expert advisor in Amt III-A/RSHA (right-winged opposition) and in that function he was concerned with Rommel's participation in the 20. July 1944-assault.} In the summer of 1941 he was send to Einsatzkommando 3 and 4b within the Einsatzgruppe A. 22.6.41 – 2.10.1941 {Listed in Jäger Report}. He became head of the mobile commando-units within the Staf from the KdS in Kaunas/Litauwen, also called the Hamann-Kommando; SS-Hauptsturmführer. He also headed the Sonderkommando 4b. He took part in Operation Zeppelin in 1942. Furthermore he was working within the Gebietskommissariat in Schaulen, Generalbezirk Litauen, Reichskommissariat ‘Ostland’. After that he was employed within Referat IV B from Amt IV with the SS-RSHA in Berlin. On 30-1-1945 he was promoted to SS-Sturmbannführer. He died on 13-7-1945. 314267 1 July 1938 958322
Albert Hartl Born 13 November 1904. Chief of the Church Information Branch at the Reich Main Security Office 107050
Emil Haussmann Born 11.10.1910 – 31.07.1947 in Nürnberg
Dr. Hermann Heerdt Leader of KdS Rennes.
Gustav Herd
Werner Hersmann Einsatzgruppe D, Einsatzkommando 11a Commander (December 1942 - May 1943) 9416 April 1931 298562
Ernest Himmler Brother of Heinrich Himmler. SS-Führer beim Stab des Chefs des Fernmeldewesens beim RFSS 132099 676777
Wilhelm Höttl RSHA Officer 309510 6309616
Hermann Höfle Deputy head of the Aktion Reinhard programme. Postwar member of Gehlen Organization 307469
Rudolf Hotzel 113526
Dr. Hermann Hubig Einsatgruppe A, Einsatzkommando 1b Commander (June - October 1942) 290303 2709693
Heinz Hufenbach Born 29/10/1917 in Wernigerode.00.00.39 - 09.11.42 beim Ic SS Division "Totenkopf"; 2/Flak-Abt.3 from 7-41; 4/T.I.R.3 from 10-41; He was also 02 as of 1.1.1942 from Kriegsrankliste Kommando SS-Totenkopf-Division; SS-Hauptsturmführer der Waffen-SS 20.04.1942; 09.11.42 - 22.10.43 Ib SS Panzergrenadier-Division "Totenkopf";3ª SS Panzer Division from 12-43; was Totenkopf's 01 in the divisional staff from December 1943 till he left for 27.SS-Freiw.Gren.Division "Langemarck";22.10.43 - 20.01.44 Ib 3 SS-Panzer-Division "Totenkopf" ; SS-Sturmbannführer der Waffen-SS 21.06.1944; From 11-44 till 5-45 Chief of Staff(Ia)with the 27. SS-Freiwilligen-Grenadier-Division 'Langemarck'(flämische Nr. 1). 351.215
Josef Hufenstuhl. Born 16-7-1886 in Röttgen. Kriminalrat {held no SS rank but this would have been the equivielnt}. He was promoted to Kriminalrat in the Gestapo on 24 IV 1941. He was head of the Staatspolizei {Gestapo} Aussenstelle Wuppertal from 30 IX 1940 to 28 IV 1945. He committed suicide on 24 V 1945 in Schildgen (Bergisch Gladbach).
Dr. Erich Isselhorst Einsatzgruppe A, Sonderkommando 1b Commander (30 June - 1 October 1943), Einsatzkommando 1a Commander (November 1942 - June 1943), Einsatzgruppe B, Einsatzkommando 8 Commander (September - November 1943) 267313 1269847
Professor Herbert Jankuhn member of Ahnenerbe
Eduard Jedamzik Einsatzgruppe D, Einsatzkommando 10b Commander (December 1942 - February 1943)
Werner Kämpf Einsatzgruppe B, Einsatzkommando 9 Commander (October 1943 - March 1944)
Helmut Kämpfe SS Officer captured by the French Resistance which led to Oradour sur Glane massacre 124.465 2.387.476
Frederich Keidel Served with SS-TIR 1, SS-Inf.Rgt.9, with the Prinz Eugen Division and commander of SS-Geb.Rgt. 51. Later serving as co for SS-Pz.AA2 and at last in SS-Pz.Brig. Gross. Prior to his service in the W-SS, Keidel was assigned to the SS-Totenkopfstandarte Brandenburg. Killed in action in August 1944 in Kurland attached to Pz.Brig. Gross. Also Listed 01.07.1944 DAL der Waffen-SS as previous CO. SS-Panzer Aufklärungs Abteilung 3. After that also listed as CO 2. Rgt. 21. Waffen-Gebirgs Division. According to this DAL he was killed in action 26 October 1944. 323037 5258684
Karl-Heinz Keitel Kavallerie-Regiment Nord; 22nd SS Volunteer Cavalry Division Maria Theresia; 37th SS Volunteer Cavalry Division Lützow
Hans Josef Kieffer Deputy Gestapo leader in France 280104 2632427
Ludwig Kepplinger He was a Sturmbannführer (major), in the Waffen-SS during World War II
Wilhelm Kment Commander, 1st Company, 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich
Decorated personally by Himmler
167103 Prior to 1935 4262124
Werner Knab Gestapo chief in Norway
Commander of the Security Police in Lyon, France
191584 1935 3269940
Alois Knabel Member of SS-Panzergrenadier-Ausbildungs-und-Ersatz-Batallion 18. He killed a Jewish family in the Ukraine; later, tried and convicted in France in 1952 for additional war crimes from 1944; death sentence was commuted to life-hard labor. He committed suicide in Germany in June 1965 while awaiting trial for war crimes 141093
Horst Kopkow Born 29 November 1910 Ortelsburg East Prussia. Counterintelligence against Spy rings whuch as Red Orchestra and MI6 and SOE agents-of which he was authorized executons of said agents; Postwar employee of MI6. Died 13 October 1996. Glenskirchen Germany. 46034 1931 607161
Gerald Krause SS foreign legion commander 565 781 1940 67 324
Waldemar Krause Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 4b commander (August 1943 - January 1944)
Bernhard Krüger Born November 26, 1904. Leader of VI F4A (RSHA) aka Operation Bernhard. Detained by the British after the War and turned over to the French; released; acquitted at Denazilization hearing. Died 1989. 15429 528729
Hans Krueger born 10 January 1894. Served in World War I. Fuhrer I / SS-Standarte 62 (1.12.37 DAL).Fuhrer I / SS-Motor Standarte 1 (1.7.35 DAL). Did not appear in wartime SS-DAL's 1.10.42 / 1.10.44 / 9.11.44. Totenkopfring / Cross of Honor 25273 538164
Dr Helmut Kunz Waffen SS medical Office 284787 1936 5104323
Dr. Rudolf Lange Einsatzgruppe A, Einsatzkommando 2 Commander (3 December 1941 - 1944) 290308 1936
Hans Latza HSSP Norway 129260 2180945
Ernst Lerch Operation Reinhard 309,700 1 March 1934 1,327,396
Heinz Linge Hitler's valet 35795 1932 1.260.490
Helmut Looss Einsatzgruppe B, Sonderkommando 7a Commander (June 1943 - June 1944)
Franz Lucas Himmer's Driver. Born 12 December 1901. SS-Sturmbannführer der Waffen-SS – Promotion 21 June 1944 46676 748829
Werner Manhardt Born 9 December 1907
Heinrich Massar Einsatzgruppe A, Parade Einheit Pferd Torhuter 1930
Ricard Edwin Mattel Gynecology, Kaisern Elisabethspital, Vienna, 1940 4 Nov 1938 6212863
Dr. Karl Maulaz Leader of SD (Amt III) in BdS Frankreich. 342.752
August Meier Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 5 Commander (September 1941 - January 1942)
Hubert-Erwin Meierdress Panzer ace with 1st and 2nd SS Divisions 265243 1 August 1934 3601911
Georg Konrad Morgen SS judge and lawyer
Dr. Erich Müller Einsatzgruppe D, Einsatzkommando 12 Commander (February - October 1942)
Wilhelm Müller born on 15 November 1896 in Köln. He joined the Nazi Party in 1933. Promoted to Kriminalkommissar in the KRIPO in August 1933. Joined the Gestapo on 1 January 1935 by his own request. He was head of the Staatspolizei Aussenstelle Wuppertal from 1 April 1938 to 30 September 1940. Promoted to SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer und Kriminalrat in the Gestapo on 1 Feb. 1940. He served in France and in Belgium from May 1940 to Dec. 1943. He was head of the Staatspolizeileitstelle Düsseldorf from Dec. 1943 to April 1944. He then served in the RSHA in Berlin and then in Aachen as head of the Inland SD office as SS-Sturmbannführer. Lived undetected in West Berlin until the end of 1952. 1938
Alfred Naujocks An SD commander, leader of the Gleiwitz incident 624279 1930 or 1931 26246
Walter Odewald Kriminalrat der Polizei; Abteilung V with the BdS in France and Prague; head of the nichtuniformierten Polizei in the Protectorat Böhmen-Möhren. Post World War II Oberregierungsrat within the Landesamt für Verfassungschutz in Niedersachse 323731 1937
Dr. Theodor Paeffgen born 12 June 1910
Dr. Manfred Pechau Einsatzgruppe A, Einsatzkommando 1b Commander (October - November 1942), Einsatzkommando 2 Commander (October 1942)
Johannes Post Kriminalkommissar; Executed 1948 after being tried for involvement in killing of POWs in The Great Escape 313999 465273
Adalbert Quasbarth born 11/11/1891 in Osterode/Ostpr. (now Ostróda). Kommandeur der Schupo Krakau from 4.10.40 to march 1942; then he moved to Riga. (change with KdSchupo Riga Major Karl Heise); he came back on november 1942 in Krakau. on 23.6.43 appointed Kommandeur des Schutzgebietes Krakau-stadt zur Bandenbekämpfung. During actions between 27.7 - 28.9.43 killed 92 jews, 48 partisans 2 former POW proposition for KVK I Kl. mit schwertern on 18.1.44. died 04/02/1971 in Berlin.
Oskar Radke 107194
Paul Otto Radomski Commandant of the Syrets concentration camp and Haidari concentration camp 2.235 96.942
Karl Rahm Commandant of the Theresienstadt concentration camp
Günther Rausch Einsatzgruppe B, Sonderkommando 7b Commander (June 1941 - January/February 1942)
Heinz Rennau 280275
Heinz Richter Einsatzgruppe B, Einsatzkommando 8 Commander (1 April - September 1942)
Peter Romhur Born 01.04.1907 Kiel, Germany. The first Kommandeur of the Nachrichtenabteilung of 22.Freiwilligen-Kavallerie-Division.
Albert Sauer Kommandant of KZ Mauthausen; KZ Riga/Kaiserwald and KZ Ravensbruck 19180 862698
Dr. Alfred Schimmel Chief, Stapoleitstelle Straßburg; Executed 1948 after being tried for involvement in killing of POWs in The Great Escape 280336 400086
Friedrich Schmidt Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 4a Commander (January - February 1943)
Fritz Schmidt Kiel Gestapo-involved in killing members of The Great Escape 290.023 1937 455.700
Dr. Johannes (Hans) Schmidt Involved in killing General Kurt von Schleicher and his wife 1934; 1/10/1944 Stab Abschnitt XXVII 36232 178151
Helmut Schöne Was brought before an SS Court charged with habitual drunkenness and the misuse of service transport. Found guilty he was demoted in rank to Stumbannführer 1,7,1939 with senority from 7.7.1939 48600
Herbert Scholz Also Major der Schutzpolizei(Schupo); SS- und Polizeigebietsführer in Norway and in The Netherlands; also Polizeidirektor in Augsburg. 308.265 2.840.674
Joseph Schreider Born 15 August 1904 Munich, Germany. 23 May 1923 joined Munich Police; 13 March 1933, Polizeidirektion/Pol.Abt. becomes Bavarian Political Police. Jan 1938, KK and Grenzpolizeikommissariatleiter Lindau; later Bregenz; May 1940, KR with Gestapo Innsbruck, Abteilungsleiter Spionageabwehr; In July 1940 he became chief of Referat IV-E(contraspionage)within the Staf from the BdS in the Netherlands. 15 Aug 1940, SS-Hstuf KR, BdS Den Haag, Abt.leiter Spionageabwehr. After WW-II he was acquitted and he became Oberregierungsrat in Bavaria. In 1955 alleged to be working for Radio Free Europe. 107184 15 August 1934 3970994
Adolf Schulz-Lenhardt Detective (Kriminalrat), cities of Hamm and Magdeburg 290716 5641530
Dr Horst Schumann Involved in human Experiments 190.002
Adolf Schwarzmaier SS Cavalry Regiment 16 103.063 2 May 1933
Fredrich "Freddy" Schwend Born 6 November 1906. Said[by whom?] to be a SS-Stubaf with RSHA VI Wi and "Chef der Falschgeldvertriebsorganisation". Reportedly[where?] involved with Operation Bernhard. Reported[where?] to be a post world war II partner of Klaus Barbie. Arrested 1972 in Peru in connection with killing of Luis Banchero Rossi but released; arrested 1979 in Munich charged with killing one of his own collaborators in 1944. Reported died 1980
Dr. Jakob Seinsche Kriminal Direktor. Born on 07-July-1901; Joined the SS on 26-09-1938 in the rank of an SS-Ostuf; Promoted to SS-Stubaf on 01-06-1941; He succeeded H. Geisler as head of Abteilung V within the Staff from the KdS in Krakow. Chief of Kriminalpolizei in Krakau 1941 - 1945. In 1950 under British internement but "case closed" for extradition to Poland. 310176 26 September 1938 2.139.212
Otto Skorzeny Waffen SS/RSHA commando leader 295979
1) Herbert Sperling born 17.6.1908; Usf 20.4.36 Osf 9.11.36 Hsf 20.4.38 Sbf 11.9.38 KIA 7.1941 107235 686932
Franz Sprinz Einsatzgruppe E
Kurt Stawitzki/Stawizki Section 4 Gestapo} Lviv; killed theologian Friedrich von Rabenau April 1945
died 20 Sep 1959 in Bad Godesberg aka "Kurt Stein"
44889 1932 1114037
Eugen Steimle Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 4a Commander (August 1942 - 15 January 1943)
Karl Streibel Specialist Officer attached to Staff Oberabschnitt Ost as referent zbz in Arbeitsstab der Allgemeine SS Lublin; duty as leiter der Ausbildungslager Trawinki in stab SSPF Lublin 60152 554023
Friedrich Sühr Einsatzgruppe C, Einsatzkommando 4b Commander (November 1942 - August 1943)
Hans Unglaube Einsatzgruppe D, Einsatzkommando 11b Commander (June - July 1941)
Dr. Carl Værnet Involved in human experiments
Hans Ulrich von Ortel Operation Longjump: a plan to assassinate the big three at the Tehran Summit. Soviet intelligence quickly uncovered the plot. The first tipoff came from Soviet agent Nikolai Kuznetsov. Posing as Wehrmacht Oberleutnant Paul Siebert from Nazi-occupied Ukraine, he got SS Sturmbannführer Hans Ulrich von Ortel – who was described as "talkative" and "a drinker"[3] – to tell him about the operation while drunk
Kurt Walter 36176
Dr. Paul Weiss Born 6 June 1910. Served in SS Polizei Division in 1942 195434 3958926
Eugen Wenner Born 15.11.1912 Köln. Usf 16.5.38 Osf 30.1.39 Sbf 2.8.41 Beim Stammabt 46 1938 Beim Höchster SS Pol f Italien. Awarded WSC 1 with Swords His promotion to Sbf and Sbf der Waffen SS is dated 2.8.1941 but his name does not appear in the 1 10.42 SS DAL

Adjutant of SS General Karl Wolff in Italy; In August 1946 SS Col Eugen Dollmann and Eugen Wenner escaped from an Allied POW camp.

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Karl Westphal Leader of Kds St Quentin/Kds Orleans
Dr. Albert Widmann born 1912. Chemist involved in Action T4 killings and human experiments. Arrested 1959-served 6 years. Died 1986 351098 December 1939 5454700
Wiegand Komandant of Stabsquarter of Regiment 31. Taken from Jicin Prison Czechoslavkia May 1945-fate unknown.
Christian Wirth Commandant of Bełżec extermination camp 345.464 April 1939 420.383
Eduard Wirths Chief SS doctor (SS-Standortarztat) at the KZ Auschwitz 311.594 1934
Oskar Wittich Born 2 July 1897 353174
Hans-Helmuth Wolff SS-RSHA; Between ?? till the end of April 1945 he was Kommandeur der Sipo en SD (KdS, he succeeded R. Schröder) in Weimar. At the beginning of April 1945 he was responsible for the murder on around 150 Gestapo-prisoners in Weimar. 290.186 1.111.862
Egon Zill Born 28 March 1906 Plauen. Komandant of Natzweiler and Flossenburg KZ camps. In 1955 sentenced to Life inprisoment later reduced to 15 years. Died 23 October 1974 Dachau Germany 535 1 August 1926 20.063

Hauptsturmführer (captain)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Hauptsturmführer SS-Hauptsturmfuehrer collar
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Franz Abromeit Born 8 August 1907, Died 30 June 1964, RSHA 272353 329305
Werner Aretz Born 3/4/1912 in Velbert. Luit. with 28 Pol Regt. Todt. Gestapo Leader in Darmstadt. In 1940 he was attached Einsatzkommando 2/II (Diedenhofen) then attached to Gestapo of the KdSipo Diedenhofen. On 1942 he was Leiter Referat VI B im Stab des BdS Metz. {He left Metz in 1944}. He worked with Abteilung IV(Gestapo)within the SS-RSHA.{He was working for the Gruppe ‘Informationsbeschaffung’ within Abteilung IV(Spionageabwehr).} He was also employed within the Staff from the HSSPF in Elsass-Lotharingen. After WW-2, till 1964, he was employed within the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV).
Julius Baensch RSHA "II HK" stationed at Wilhelmstraße. 15 May 1943 249974
Albert Ballnus RSHA "II HK" stationed at Prinz-Albrecht-Straße 8; 15 May 1943 also a Polizeiinspektor
Klaus Barbie Head of the Gestapo in Lyon, France 272 284 26 September 1935 4.583.085.
Bruno Beger Racial anthropologist who worked for the Ahnenerbe.
Wolfgang Birkner KdS Warschau (Komandeur der Sicherheitspolizei); Kommando SS Bialystok 265.793 3,601,309
Otto Broßmann at Flossenburgbefore in 1942 before going to KZ Auschwitz, 352200
Alois Brunner Commandant of Drancy internment camp. Adolf Eichmann's assistant 342767 10 August 1939 510 064
Karl Chmielewski Devil of Geusen 63935 1932 1508254
Douglas Berneville-Claye British imposter/forger; member of Staff of III (Germanic) SS Panzer Corps
Hans Eckert 2574523
Ernst Endreß IVa Division Langmark March 1945
Dr. Friedrich Karl Entress geb.: 08.12.1914 (Posen); 03.01. – 10.12.1941 Lagerarzt im KL Groß-Rosen.11.12.1941 – 20.10.1943 Lagerarzt im KL Auschwitz.

21.10.1943 – 25.07.1944 Standortarzt und 1. Lagerarzt im KL Mauthausen. 03.08.1944 – Anf. 1945 1. Lagerarzt im KL Groß-Rosen. 1945 Divisionsarzt 9. SS-Division "Hohenstaufen".29.03. – 11.05.1946 Angeklagter im 1. Dachauer Mauthausen-Prozess. 28.05.1947 Hinrichtung in Landsberg.

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Karl Essig Kriminalkommissar;Chef Außendienststelle Kielce (under KdS Radom) 1705 1 September 1929 131016
Siegfried Wolfgang Fehmer SD/Gestapo/Kriminalrat, a police investigator, and headed the infamous Abteilung IV headquartered in Victoria Terrasse, Norway 290166 181345
Henk Feldmeijer Born Johannes Hendrik Feldmeijer (Assen, 30 November 1910} member of the National Socialist Movement in the Netherlands # 479. Commander of the Nederlandsche SS. Served in Waffen SS. Member of the Sonderkommando-Feldmeijer and the killing of Dutch Resistance members in Operation Silbertanne. {Members of Sonderkommando-Feldmeijer included Heinrich Boere and Klaas Carel Faber}. Killed 22 February 1945
Kurt Fischer Born on 8-9-1912. SS-Hauptsturmführer. He served with Stammabteilung 67. He got promoted to SS-Sturmbannführer on 18-11-1943. He was also Major der Schutzpolizei. After WW-2 he took the false name of Karschner and he disappeared. Later on he became a member from Abteilung VI within the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz. 337.725
Arthur Hermann Florstedt Born 18 february 1895; World War I veteran. Served at KZ Sachsenhausen concentration camp and was Commandant of Majdanek. Charged with embezzlement and killing prisioner witness. Shot by SS April 15, 1945 8.660 May 1931 488.573
Dr. Willi Frank SS Dentist at KZ Auschwitz
Karl Fritzsch Member of Staff of KZ Dachau; KZ Auschwitz; KZ Flossenbürg. Introduced Zyclon B gas into Auschwitz; involved in death of Saint Maximilian Kolbe 7287 1930 261135
Ferdinand Hugo Aus der Fuenten Born 17/12/1909. Adolf Eichmann's representative in Amsterdam.Released from Breda prison 28/1/1989
Horst Alberto Carlos Fuldner Argentina born SS Officer-alleged to have been part of "Odessa" escape network after the war 31.170 999.254
Hans Gaier Born 10 February 1902; Hauptmann-was kdr Schupo kommando Kielce from 4.7.40; on 44 he led a Polizei Bat and action missing and considered as dead in 1954.
Richard Gerken Born 1900. He was Hauptmann within the OKH, Amt Abwehr. Later on he worked for the SS-RSHA(department IV/Gestapo). He was involved in tracking down anti-Nazi’s in the Netherlands. After WWII he became Regierungsdirektor within the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV). He also became head of Abteilung IV(Spionageabwehr)within the BfV.
Amon Göth Commander of the Plaszow Labor Camp 43673 1930 510764
Heinrich Gottschling Also a Kriminalkommissar der Polizei. A member of the Gestapo in Cracow. He was head of the Gestapo in Olomouc; Brno; Prague Kladno and Tabor 18259 641758
Viktor Eberhard Gräbner 9th SS Reconnaissance Battalion, 9th SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen; awarded the Knight's Cross. KIA during Operation Market Garden, 1944 247812
Dr. Kurt Gutzeit Born 2 June 1893 Berlin Germany. May 1933, department director, Virchow-Hospital (Berlin); Oct. 1934, Ordinarius, University of Breslau.; Consulting physician for internal diseases (Internist) with the Heeressanitätsinspekteur); had an own department at the Militärärztliche Akademie. He denounced the NS-chancellor of the university of Breslau, Magnifizenz Prof. Dr. Staemmler, who got in touch with the Ordinarius für Chirurgie (Chief-surgeon) in Breslau, Prof. Dr. med. Karl Heinrich Bauer (succeeding the famous Generalarzt der Reseve z.V. Prof. Dr. med. Erwin Payr). {Bauer’ s wife had a jewish grandmother. This was intolerable for Gutzeit.}His severest crimes were the human experiments (with mentally ill patients) for catching the inflammatory hepatic diseases from man to man (October 1941 in Breslau), “Icterus infectiosus” (nowadays: Hepatitis epidemica). .He publshed the results (!!!) in the “Münchner Medizinische Wochenschrift (MMW)”, Nr- 4, 28.1.1942, pages 75 ff. He received the KC of the War Merrit Cross for his experiment to Hepatitis and also ”Feld“-Nephritis. 1944 Generalarzt; member advisory board (Beirat) of the Plenipotentiary for Health Matters (Bevollmächtigter für das Gesundheitswesen; Karl Brandt).After the war he went through a denazificationprogramme and after that he became head of the Sanatorium Herzoghöhe in Bayreuth.1954 editor (2. Auflage) of the compendium “Die Gastroskopie” together with Prof. Dr. med. Heinrich Teitge, the former SS-Brigadeführer in the government of Dr. Frank in Krakau, now Ärztlicher Direktor der Paracelsus-Klinik in Marl. His next assignment made him head of the Clinic Fürstenhof in Bad Wildungen. Gutzeit was pronounced in 1957 to Honorar-Professor of the university of Marburg / Lahn, when he died surprisingly. Died died 28.10.1957 (Marburg hospital). 1933
Heinrich Hamann Kriminalkommissar; Chief of GPK* Neu Sandez; Chief of GPK in Jaslo; Chief of Ref.IV A in KdS Krakau – 11.1943–01.1945 33531 1931
Kurt Friedrich Wilhelm Hans Served with the Kripo in Würzburg; arrested and put on trial by an American military tribunal at Dachau for participating in the murder of captured allied airmen; convicted and sentenced to death 10 October 1947 ((LT 11 October 1947:3e; Case No. 12-1393B & 12-1034-1 & 12-1462 & 12-2701 & 000-12-63 [US v. Georg Baumann et al]; History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War p. 531, United Nations War Crimes Commission, London: HMSO, 1948). For serving with Einsatzkommando 4a he was sentenced to eleven years on 29 November 1968. 335652
Oskar Hans SD-Hauptamt; 25 April 1941, from RSHA I to Norway, BdS Oslo/Leiter I, to May 1945; 25 May 1945, arrested Kristiansand; he stood trial but was released by the Supreme Court of Norway in August 1947; July-Aug 1948, tried by British Military Court in Hamburg ("Trandum Case No. 2"); sentenced to 15 years for killing of six British citizens. 101662 1933
Karl Hass SD; participant in the Ardeatine Caves massacre 1934
Walter Hauck Involved in Ascq massacre in 1944 and a massacre at Leskovice in 1945
Judged 1949 and sentenced to death; released in July 1957. Died 2006
382.376
W. Hauk 210.281
Gottlieb Hering In Action T4 and later served as the second and last Commandant of Bełżec extermination camp during Operation Reinhard
Willy Herzberger 2nd Commander of SS-Begleitkommando des Führers
Dr August Hirt Had Jews gassed for their skeletons 100.414 1 April 1933
Kurt Heissmeyer Doctor involved in "experiments" on Jewish children at Bullenhuser Damm
Franz Hoessler K-Z Auschwitz; KZ Bergen Belsen 41.940 1931 1.374.713
Franz Johann Hofmann KZ Auschwitz 40.651 1.369.617
Hans Holtmann RSHA "II HK" stationed at Wilhelmstraße. 15 May 1943 19815
Waldemar Hoven K-Z Buchenwald physician 244.594 1934
Bernhard Katzenberger Kriminalrat; born 24.May.1893; was the head of "Kommissariat I" in Kripo Krakau from 1939 (or 1940) to 1943. Der RFSS hat befördert. Mit wirkung vom 30.1.1944. Zum SS-Hstuf: Bernhard Katzenberger, 423.443, BdS Krakau ; Befehlsblatt der Sipo und SD Nr. 10-44/Ausgabe A: 31. März 1944: Reportedly[where?] head of Abteilung VI; Hstuf.: 31.03.1944 m.W. 30.01.1944 423 443
Dr. Gerhard Keil Stellvertreter KdS in Rouen
Arnold Kirste Born 4 Aug 1901 in Jarotschin; Chief of Gestapo in Lublin in 1940 or 1941; At the end of 1941 he was liaison-officer for Gestapo-chief R. Lange in Riga with the Arajs Kommando; 07.1941-1944(?) with Einsatzgruppe in Russia; Promoted to SS-Stubaf on 20 April 1942; worked in Stapo Breslau (Abt.IV) 52.191
Karl Kloskowski Served in 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich and SS Brigade Westfalen 1936
Franz Konrad (SS officer) Acquisitions officer Warsaw Ghetto 46204 January 1933 1085499
Josef Kramer Commandant of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp; involved with Dr. August Hirt in killing of Jews in 1943 32.217 20 June 1932 753.597
Karl Wilhelm Krause Hitler's Orderly 1934–1939; LSSAH in April 1938; Kriegsmarine in late 1939-1943 and Flak-Zug,II./Pz.Rgt. 12 from Dec. 1943 to 1945 236 858
Hans Kruger born 1.07.1909 Ponzan, Poland. Part of SIPO and SD in Ponzan. 1948 detained by the Dutch but released and returned to his native Germany where he worked as a salesman until 1950, when he started his own company. He attempted to be reinstated into the Civil Service but this was denied, probably due to his past in the SD. Kruger made further attempts to gain respectability and acceptance in the “New Germany”, by applying to join the State Internal Security Agency (Verfassungsschutz) in North Rhine-Westphalia, but was unsuccessful. Turned to politics and became the district managing director of the Free People's Party (FVP) in Munster, later switchng to the German Party (DP). From 1949 to 1956, he was state chairman of the Association of Former Germans from Berlin and Brandenburg, (Landsmannschaft Berlin-Mark Brandenburg), where he served as spokesman, a high-powered appointment that was his undoing. In 1954, Kruger was a candidate for the NRW state assembly, campaigning on behalf of the League of Eastern Expellees and Victims of Justice (Bund der Heimatvertrieben und Entrechteten), but again was unsuccessful. Alleged also to have been with ODESSA. Arrested 1959. Indiated 1965. Sentenced 6 May 1968 to Life Imprisonment. Released 1986. Died 1988 293735 1 May 1938 336924
Maximilian List Commandant of Lager Sylt and Lager Norderney labour camps on Alderney
Heinz Macher Leader of the SS group ordered to blow up the castle Wewelsburg
Friedrich Manhart born 22 January 1915 Vienna Austria. 21 December 1944 Hpt'Stuf 351292
Alfred Manhold Born 5 August 1898 Berlin Germany. 20 April 1940 Hpt'Stuf 280013 33726
Bruno Mellmer/Melmer Born 7/10/1909. From the 1938 DAL with Insp der SS Verfugungstruppen 1938 Usf 9.11.38 awarded SA and Reichs Sports Badges in Bronze. From 12-40 till 3-42 he served in SS-Infanterie-Regiment 'Germania' from the 'Wiking' Division. In the W/SS DAL July 1944 his name is spelt Melmer Promoted HSf 30.1.42. In 8-44 he was IVa with the Staff from 6. SS-Freiwilligen-Sturmbrigade 'Langemarck'. October 1944 IVa of Division Langmarck. Between 1942 and 1945 he was responsible for the transport from the gold that the nazi's did gather from the Jews in the ghettos and in the concentration camps- led the SS Main Office , Department of A II, called the cashier's office, virtually a SS internal bank or a fund within the SS Economic and Administration Main Office in Berlin. {Most of loot was recovered from Merkers Salt Mine with his name in 1945}. Received three years. Died 1982 Berlin 288010 183436
Josef Mengele Medical officer at Auschwitz-Birkenau 317885 May 1938 5574974
Herbert Molt Born 15 June 1913 in Flensburg; he was Verwaltungsführer with the Staff from III. Bataillon with SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment 2 from 'LSSAH' in July 1943. {IVa,III./Pz.GR.2 as of July 1943}. Died 11 July 1943 near Komsomolez. 146208
Peter Neumann Captain of the 5th Viking Division; wrote the book, The Black March 1939
Hans-Gösta Pehrsson Swedish member of the 11th SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Division Nordland
Erich Priebke SD and Sicherheitspolizei commander in Rome, Italy
Franz Karl Reichleitner Second and last Commandant of Sobibor extermination camp 357065 6369213
Michael Redwitz born 14 August 1900 Bayreuth. KZ Schutzhaftlagerführer Executed 29 May 1946 Landsberg Germany 327.349 1938 17.607
Hans Werner Roepke Commandant of British Free Corps
Heinz Röthke Adolf Eichman's representaive in France. Was SS Ostuf on 1942 as leiter Dienststelle IV J in staff BdS Paris. He was acquited 22 March 1949 in Paris. He went into legal work in Wolfsburg and died in 1968.
Eduard Roschmann Commandant of the Riga Ghetto; Kommandeur der Sicherheitspolizei und SD IV = Department 4 (Gestapo) 152681 1938
Bernd Rosemeyer Stab des SS-Hauptamt; Racing car driver killed 1 January 1938 214952 1.January.1936
Theodor Emil Saevecke 396.401 1938 112.407
Hermann Schaper Kommando SS Zichenau-Schröttersburg 3484 105606
Franz Schauschutz DoB 9 May 1912 in St. Margaret. SS-Obersturmführer from June, 1941 till Oct 1941 with EK 9. In July, 1941 by order of Filbert (commander of EК 9) he supervised the executions of Jews in Ponary massacre. November 1942-March 44 Brno Gestapo. March 1944 -May 1945 Zlin Gestapo. As a SS-Hauptsturmführer, he was commander of the Section IIIA (department for fight against para-agents of Russian or British origin) of the Brno Gestapo and succeeded in actions against British para-agents in Netin and Russian radiooperator in Albrechtice (Summer of 1944). On 30 April 1945 after the evacuation of Brno garrison, Schauschütz was named the commander of Gestapo "Aussenstelle" (outer office) in Velke Mezirici in Moravia. His task was to help the military garrison secure the town which was on the important escape route of Heeresgruppe Mittte. There was a large uprising in the town on 6 May 1945. Schauschütz was among several German officers which conferred with the revolutionary group and assured it that no actions would be taken against the Czechs if they wouldn´t use weapons. The treaty was betrayed as Schauschütz informed neighboring garrisons and the town was retaken with probably 100 local men taken prisoner. On 7 May 1945, the execution of 60 civilian men took place. According to one of several versions, Schauschütz personally ordered the mass murder. Thereafter, Schauschütz made it to the U.S. zone and pretended to be a Wehrmacht officer coming back from the field hospital, possessing no personal ID. Later he had obtained counterfeit documents "proofing" he was a Heer member and sent to a POW camp where all the POWs were given over to the Russians; Schauschütz was identified as high ranking Gestapo officer. After a trial, he was hanged in 12 April 1947 in Brno.
Günther Schwägermann Adjutant to Dr. Joseph Goebbels. 312.231
Alois Schwarzhuber Born 21 June 1906. Brother of Kaspar Schwarzhuber. Promotions: Untersturmführer - 15 Sept. 35, Obersturmführer - 12 Sept. 37, Hauptsturmführer - 9 Nov. 38. Decorations: Golden Party Badge, Blood Order, SS Honor Ring, SA Sports Badge. Notes: Member of Lebensborn e.V.Duty positions: Stammabteilung Bezirk 92 (DAL of 1 Dec. 36), Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt (DAL of 1 Dec. 38 ) 10216 89 559
Heinrich Schwarz Administrative aide to Rudolf Höß; Commandant of Auschwitz III-Monowitz (1943-1945); Commandant of Natzweiler-Struthof (1945)
Kaspar Schwarzhuber born 19 Aug 1904. Brother of Alois Schwarzhuber. Promotions: Untersturmführer - 9 Sept. 32, Obersturmführer - 9 Nov. 33, Hauptsturmführer - 9 Nov. 35, Sturmbannführer - 9 Nov. 36, Obersturmbannführer - 21 June 43. Decorations: Golden Party Badge, Blood Order, SS Honor Ring, War Merit Cross 2nd Class (without swords) Notes: Member of Lebensborn e.V.Duty positions: 34th Standarte (DAL of 1 July 35), Commander of the 2nd Sturmbann of the 92nd Standarte (DAL of 1 Dec. 36, 1 Dec. 38 and 1 Oct. 44) 10098 89 569
Siegfried Seidl Commandant of Theresienstadt concentration camp 46.106 1932 300.378
Paul Sporrenberg Born in Venlo Netherlands 27 March 1896. Last Comamandant of Hinzert concentration camp. Died 7 December 1961 Mönchengladbach Germany 180.223 October 1933 25.651
Franz Stangl Commandant of the Sobibor and Treblinka extermination camps
Erich Steidtmann Commander of 3rd Battalion/Police Regiment 22 during Warsaw Ghetto Uprising;
member of German Police Battalion 101 during Aktion Erntefest{harvest Festival massacre}
160 812
Johannes Strübing. Born 1907 Berlin. Kriminalkommissar. Volksschule. 1927 Schupo. 1/2/37 (till 1942) Gestapo office Berlin. Then RSHA Referat IV A 2 with Abteilung IV(Gestapo)within the SS-RSHA. He was involved in tracking down the members from Die Rote Kapelle. He was also involved in the murder of around 56 anti-nazi’s from the German resistancegroup Schulze-Boysen/Harnack. He was also known for mistreating prisoners. After WW-2 he joined the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz. He was employed within the Gruppe ‘Informationsbeschaffung’ from the IV(Spionageabwehr).
Lauri Törni
Viktor Van Den Bossche Belgian Volunteer – 04.09.1921 – 28 November 2012 .5e Panzerdivision SS Wiking – Aufklärungs-Abteilung. Untersturmführer, later promoted Hauptsturmführer by Leon Degrelle.
Dr. Franz Freiherr Hermann Johann Maria von Bodmann. KZ Neuengamme; KZ Auschwitz; KZ Vaivara; KZ Lublin 267787 1098482
Otto Albrecht Alfred von Bolschwing SS captain and adjutant to Adolf Eichmann. After the war worked for the CIA
Rudolf von Ribbentrop Waffen-SS Officer (branch: Panzertruppe)
Friedrich Warzok born 21 Sept 1903. With Freikorps Brigade Ehrhardt.
In 1938 he was placed within the Polizei-Regiment in Berlin.
In the Fall of 1939 he served with the Polizei-Regiment in Warschau. In March 1940 he served with the Selbstschutz in Warschau.
Between 13-8-1940 and ?? 1941 he was commander from the 4. Sonderdienstkompanie in Lublin(Cholm). From 17-10-1941 till ?? he was employed within the Staff from the SSPF ‘Galizien’. Between ?? and June 1943 he was commander from the concentrationcamps(the so called ZAL)in the area of Zloczow(Lacki, Pluhow, Zborow, Jaktorow, Sasow and Brody). He was also the leader of the Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke(DAW)in Lemberg. And from June 1943 till ?? he was also commander from the KL Lemberg-Janowska. He laid the prisoners to the west at the end of the war and in March 1945 he was employed within the KL Neuengamme.
After 1945 fate unknown
23.262 1931. 573.961
Walter Weber Born 1895 Berlin. Bodyguard to Herman Goering 13.141 289.485
Friedrich Weis Born 15 Aug 1905, born Frankfurt/Main. To Sept 1941, Kripo Linz; Sept 1941-end March 1942, with Sonderkommando 10b, SS-Ostuf KK; and returned to Kripo Linz; mid 1944-1945, Kripo Frankfurt/Main; 30 Jan 1945, SS-Hstuf; he was never tried by by a war crimes court- denazified in the US Zone 367196 13 September 1938 126777
Hermann Weiser Waffen-SS captain and recipient of Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross 351242
Erich Wenger. Born 20/11/1912 {also given as 1913} in Romeyken Ostpreussen. Member Leibstandarte SS ‘Adolf Hitler’. In 1935 he joined the Gestapo in Berlin as Kriminalbeamter. In 1939 he joined the Reichssicherheitshauptamt. SS-Hauptsturmführer and Kriminalrat der Polizei. He was employed within Abteilung IV(Gestapo)from the SS-RSHA. In 1944 he headed the Gestapo within the German Ambassy in Paris. With his team he secured the safety from the German Ambassador. In 1944 he was also head of a German Police-unit that fought and tracked down France resistance fighters. When BdS staff Paris retreat in 1944, the Sipo SD officials was involved in action against resistance in East of France (Lorraine) Gestapo Baccarat. After WW-2 he was captured and during captivity he took another identity. After his release he lived in West-Germany under this false identity. In September 1950 he became a member of the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz. After a while he was promoted to Regierungsrat. In 1954 he took up his original name again. He became head of Gruppe ‘Informationsbeschaffung’ with the Abteilung IV(Spionageabwehr)within the BfV. On 19-12-1963 he was transferred to the Bundesverwaltungsamt in Köln. 169.200 1/3/1933
Willy Whitteler Dachau concentration camp 310314
Heinrich Wickert Waffen-SS 67.337
Oskar Winzer IVa Division Langmark December 1944
Michael Wittmann Born 22 April 1914. aka "The Black Baron". Waffen-SS Panzer ace with the LSSAH (branch: Panzertruppe) KIA 8 August 1944 311623 October 1936
Fritz Woehrn RSHA IVb4 280238 11 September 1938 2863618
Hans Woellke Commander of Schutzmannschaft Batallion 118. Killed in action on 22 March 1943
Alfred Wurbs. He was employed within Abteilung IV(Gestapo)from the SS-RSHA. In Norway he was a member from the Einsatzkommando 2 in Kristiansand, which compiled Jew-transports for the German deathcamps. After WW-2 he was working for the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz under an alias. From 1956 till ?? he was Gruppenleiter with the Zentralabteilung V within Bfv,
Wilhelm Zoepf Was born in Munich 11 March 1908. Adolf Eichmann's representative in The Hague, Sentenced to 9 years imprisonment by Munich Court ; 24 February 1967

Obersturmführer (first lieutenant)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Obersturmführer SS-Obersturmfuehrer collar
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Heinz Barth Born 15 October 1920. Involved in Oradour-sur-Glane of 1944. Arrested 1981; tried 1983 sentenced to life; released 1997. Died 14 August 2007 458037 10 February 1943 7844901
Julius Dettmann SD Officer and member of Section IV B4 of the Gestapo in Amsterdam Netherlands 414,783 722,240
Albert Richard Duchstein 24 March 1910 born von der Heydt, Saar. Promoted to SS-Ustuf. on 01-09-1939. 1939-1945 RSHA IV, Berlin Adjutant to Heinrich Müller (Gestapo). 1944 promoted KK (then SS-Ostuf KK a.Pr.). On 9 July 1945 arrested using alias Richard Dissen by 203B CIC Detachment at Jachenau (Bad Tölz area). to Sept 1946 held at Moosburg, Zuffenhausen, Esterwegen and Hemer before being sent to a POW camp in England; later returned to 3 CIC at Fallingbostel 84366
Dr. Irmfried Eberl Involved in T-4 Euthanasia Program and K-Z Treblinka 687095
Paul Egger Luftwaffe pilot and and 102nd SS Heavy Panzer Battalion
Heinz Felfe SD Switzerland and Netherlands; postwar KGB spy in British Intelligence and the CIA-sponsored Gehlen Organization 286288 1936 3710348
Kurt Gerstein Member of the Institute for Hygiene of the Waffen-SS and author of the Gerstein Report 417.460 10 March 1941 2.136.174
Heinrich Goltz Born 28 June 1921. On Staff of Sturmbannführer Gustav Knittel. Reported Involved in killing of Civilians at Parfondruy in Stavelot during the Battle of the Bulge. He was tried by a Belgian Court at Liege in 1948; sentenced to 15 years. Died 1986 Germany
Willy Hack {SS-Oberscharführer} in SS-Panzer-Pionier-Battalion 3: Feb. 1942;SS-Obersturmführer in SS-Wirtschafts-Verwaltungshauptamt: Jan. 1945; in charge of construction site Schwalde V. {Jewish-American POWS were held here}. Hanged 1952, Dresden. 70329
Willi Hardieck Served in KZ Buchenwald 1938; served in 3rd SS Division; 6th SS Division; 12th SS Division; SS Pzr Brig 150. Was KIA 17 December 1944. Awarded German Cross in Gold 32786 1 May 1932 1.112.708
Hassel A Former fitter at Krupps. Became Deputy Chief of the Krupp Plant Police Werkschutz under Krupp Plant Police Supervisor Wilshaus in Essen Germany
Hans Himmler Nephew of Heinrich Himmler. Graduate from Bad Tolz 1938 275519
Karl-Friedrich Höcker Adjutant at KZ Auschwitz 182.961 October 1933 4.444.757
Willy Hund Waffen SS
Knight's Cross holder
391949 3 April 1939 None
Richard Jungclaus Controlled the Algemeene-SS Vlaanderen; Formerly Gruppenführer-SS und der Polizei Generalleutnant but demoted to Obersturmführer de Reserve 7368 29 April 1931 305661
Dr.Johann Paul Kremer Born December 26, 1883. SS doctor at Auschwitz; involved in Human experiments; tried 1947 Auschwitz trial death sentence cummuted to life in prison; released 1958; died 1965 262703 1934 1265405
Hans Krueger born 9.6.12 Party Nr 3210071 SS Nr 280171 in SDHA Usf 30.1.38 Osf 11.9.38 280171 3210071
Karl Labahn Born 24.5.1916 Obersturmführer d.R. SS Pol. Awarded DkiG 387382 12.October 1939
Josef Leipold Born November 10, 1913; Camp leader Budzyn {Sub-camp Majdanek} after August 1943; in Altrohlau, the camp commandant following its relocation in January 1944, was extradited to Poland by the Americans in 1947. He was tried by the district court in Lublin and sentenced to death on November 9, 1948. He was executed by shooting on March 8, 1949.
Bruno Lohse Goering's Reichsleiter Rosenberg Taskforce in Paris 1933
Dr. Franz Lucas Assigned to KZ Auschwitz 350030
Georg Manig born 25 September 1910 Finsterwalde/N.L. 9 November 1942 OStuf 421424
Werner Manig born 30 August 1913 Suhl. 9 November 1942 OSTuf 102954 2784942
Edmund Manikowski born 3 May 1914 Bln-Friedrichsfelde. 20 April 1942 OStuf 203969
Wilhelm Manninger Born 4 June 1902 Recklinghausen. 21 June 1943 OSTuf 201569 1265211
Erich Mann born 1 March 1912 Jauer/Schles. 1 September 1943 OStuf 188185 4544723
Harold Mann born 22 March 1912 Charlottenberg Berlin. 1 September 1943 OStuf 211925 1597661
Gerhard Maywald B.1913 Comanandant of Maly Trostenets extermination camp. Settled in West Germany. Sentenced in Postwar procedding 1960. In 1970, the public prosecutor's Office in Koblenz ended an investigation against him "because of the absence of sufficient evidence of guilt". Tried in complicity In Hamburg in over 8,000 Jews deported to Latavia. Sentenced to 4 years 2 august 1977
Dr. Hans Muench/Münch Born 1911. Waffen SS Hygiene Institute. KZ Auschwitz and Dachau. Saved women and men from the gas chambers by claiming that he needed more time to experiment on them. His experiments were not harmful to the inmates. Tired November 24, 1947 in Poland; acquitted
Rudolf August Oetker born 20 September 1916 Bielefeld, Germany. Became a Ustuf:21.6.44. d. January 16, 2007 Hamburg Germany
Karlis Ozols Born 1912. Commanded a latavian/SD Murder commando in Minsk Ghetto and Gehttos of Slutzk and Riga Ghetto. In AUsugst 1943 commanded 4th Company of the 282-A. Schutzmannschaft Battalion on 2 August 1943 in Rīga. Renamed 313. Schutzmannschaft Battalion. Transferred to the Lettische Freiwilligen Polizei Regiment 2 as the III Battalion on 4 February 1944 of the Latvian Legion. Died 2001 in Australia
Friedrich Peter Member of an Einstatzgruppe
Leader of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ)
1938
Hans Reinhold Born: 4.7.13 Hildesheim.Ustuf. 10./SS-Pol.Rgt. 2 1.42; Ostuf: 9.11.44; Ostuf.SS-Hauptamt 11.44. Died 19-06-1990 131412 21/12/1938
Friedrich-Karl (Fritz) Reuß 267 657
Fritz Ritterbusch Dob 11 January 1894. Served in World War I. Since the spring of 1940 to January 30, 1941 he held an unspecified role in the Division IV camp Flossenbürg KL, where then was transferred to the post of commander of one of the camp guard companies. The camp moved to the headquarters staff of KL Hinzert, where he was adjutant to the commandant of the camp, Paul Sporrenberga. On June 18, 1943 he moved to KL Lublin. In the spring of 1944 he was moved to KL Gross-Rosen where since May 1944 to February 13, 1945 he was company commander and the head of sub Parschnitz in Pozici and AL Trautenau in Trutnov in the Czech Republic. His post-war fate is unknown. 9107 1931 317
Pio Filippani Ronconi Born 10 March 1910. Volunteer for the Waffen SS. Died 11 February 2010
Wilhelm Karl Johannes Rosenbaum Born 27 April 1915. Berlin. service, Security Service School (Sicherheitsdienst - SD-Schule) Bad Rabka (Poland) {arrested and put on trial 3 May 1968 by a West German court at Hamburg on charges of participating in the mass and individual shooting of 200 Jews at Bad Rabka in May 1942; convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment at hard labor (lebenslänglich) 15 Aug 1968; reported to have been paroled August 1977 1 July 1936
Max Heinrich Rostock Born December 9, 1912. Adjourned to SD in Prague on 26 August 1939, then to SD in Kladno. Promoted twice by year and in a rank of SS-Obersturmführer was head of SD in Kladno. Also awarded by War Merit Cross 2nd class. On 10 June 1942 commander of the execution squad at Lidice. Till end of the war was adjourned to Èeské Budìjovice and Hradec Králové as deputy to local SD commander. From March 1944 in Budapest, obtained on 5 November 1944 appreciation by H. U. Geschke for Rostock's detection of the betrayal by Hungarian government. In June 1946 discovered by the American CIC. During conveyance into Czechoslovakia escaped. In late 1948 was again arrested, because for black market and after declaring of identity in January 1949 and bureaucratic delay by Czechoslovakia was conveyanced there in April 1950. With two army and one SS generals sentenced to death. Errorously reported executed in August 1951. From late 1959 CS State Security ( StB ) considered Rostock's cooperation and his appointment into West Germany. Released on 4 February 1960 by amnesty from president Antonín Zápotocký and welcomed in Germany by little press campaign as "victim of judicial error". Died September 13, 1986.
Albert Sauer Kommandant at KZ Mauthausen, KZ Riga–Kaiserwald, KZ Ravensbrück 19180 862698
Walter Scharpwinkel Gestapo commander, participant in the Stalag Luft III murders) 290803 1053578
Kurt Schey Berlin Lawyer-stationed at KZ Buchenwald
Dr Carl {Karl} Sommer SD-Hauptamt 272 426 220 064
Herbert Sperling Born 1 January 1914; Usf 20.4.37 Osf 9.11.38 Graduated from Bad Tolz 1936 Beim KLMauthausen 1938 83427 3958916
Hans Stern Served in 11th SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Division Nordland and SS Brigade Westfalen
Arnold Strippel Born February 6, 1911 Unhausen. b. III Wachtruppe Sachsen: 1.6.34-1938. b. 3 SS-TSta Thuringen: 1938-1941. Stabscharfuhrer /Kommandantur KL Natzweiler: 1941-1942.Feldfuhrer / KL Lublin u. 2 Lagerfuhrer: 6.1942- 5.7.1943. KL Ravensbruck: 7.1943. Lagerfuhrer KL Herzogenbusch: 7.43-10.44. KL Neuengamme: 10.44-5.45. {also involved with KZ Auschwitz; Sachsenburg; Buchenwald; Majanek} Involved in Bullenhuser Damm killings in 1945. Frankfurt Sentence 21x lebenslange Haft + 10 Jahre Haft 1.6.1949; released 21.4.1969. Frankfurt Sentence to the same sentence before + 121'500 Mark Busse 8.1969. Majdanek 3 Sentence 3 Jhr. + 3 Mte. Haft 30.6.1981. Died 1995 in Frankfurt-Kalbach 236290 4334442
Anton Thumann Schutzhaftlagerführung Gross-Rosen concentration camp Neuengamme concentration camp 24.444 1.726.633
Dr. Johannes Thummler Gestapo Chief of Chemnitz [1.3.1941–43], Gestapochef Kattowitz [1943–44]; president Gestapo – Court in KL Auschwitz) 323711
Dr. Percival Treite Gynaecologist. committed suicide April 8, 1947 220796 5386859
Karl-Wilhelm Voelkner (Völkner) KZ Buchenwald and KZ Flossenbuerg 160325 1932 1324620
Anton von Hohberg und Buchwald Former SS-Oberabschnittsreiterführer {regional SS Cavalry leader; reported killed by SS General Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski during Night of the Long Knives in 1934
Rudolf Weber Born 24/09/1906 Irlich/Neuwied; since 1937 Stapo Trier; Promoted SS-Ustuf. 05/03/1943. SS-Ostuf.: 21.06.1944. In 1944 he worked beim KdS Warschau (Abt. IV) 388.265 1938
Friedrich Weiss At the beginning of 1942 he served with the Musikzug from SS-Panzer-Artillerie-Regiment 5; within the SS-Division(mot.)‘Wiking’. Died(KIA)on 14-8-1942 at Kabarolinskaja.
Dr. Gunter Weyrich 304,524 1 March 1938 6,351,864
Gustav Wilhaus Born: 2 September 1910 in Forbach/Lothringen;1924 - to -1928 SA Saarbrucken; 1929 - to -1930 Hitlerjugend;I./ SS-Standarte 85;
25 August 1939 conscripted to I.R. 132 ;1940 Entry into the Waffen-SS;November 1940 - to - May 1941 Security operation in Norwegen (Norway); May 1941 Verwaltungs-Wirtschaftshauptamt W IV;November 1941 DAW Lemberg; since 1 March 1942 official with the SSPF Lemberg, construction of ZAL Janowska ; July 1942 to the end of June 1943 Kommandant ZAL Janowska ; 19 July 1943 13. Waffen-Geb.-Division der SS “Handschar” ; SS-Obersturmführer der Reserve 9 November 1944 ; In March 1945 killed in action near Steinfischbach.
40675 9 July 1932 129296
Erich Wollschläger on 43 Cdt 6.kp. II/PR 23 as Oberleutnant in Tarnow; on 42 Chef der Reserve-Polizeikp Leipzig in Kielce he was too Stell kdr kommando Schupo Kielce; trial upon schupo and Sipo Kielce in LG Darmstadt 21.5.1969; sentenced 5 years at LG Darmstadt 1971
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Untersturmführer (second lieutenant)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Untersturmführer SS-Untersturmfuehrer collar
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Wilhelm Boger Police commissioner and member of the Political Department at Auschwitz; later convicted of crimes against humanity 2779 1930 153652
Erhart Brauny Sentenced to prison 1947 for role in Gardelegen Massacre {died 1950}
Dr. Heinz Brücher member of SS Ahnenerbe; Botanist 3498152
Hans Buehl Adjutant of Regiment 31. Taken from Jicin Prison Czechoslavkia May 1945-fate unknown.
Prince Christoph of Hesse Hauptmann d.R.; b. Stab RFSS; Luftwaffe Major 35903 1498608
or 696176
Paul Dickopf SD; postwar president of Interpol 337259 1937
Heinrich Dröge Born 6 February 1922. Killed during battle of The Bulge 22 December 1944
Benson Freeman British defector and SS propaganda officer; member of SS-Standarte Kurt Eggers
Dr. Hermann Gauch Nazi Race theorist
Georg Hauer Born 27 May 1921. AA.12 "HJ"-AA.10 Frun 328026
Fritz Henke Awarded Knights Cross of the Iron Cross
Kurt Gildisch 3rd commander of SS-Begleitkommando des Führers 1933–1934
Maximilian Grabner Gestapo agent and head of the Political Department at Auschwitz-infamous leader of Block 11; later executed for crimes against humanity September 1938 1214137
Ludwig Heinemann SD {Holland}; Arrested March 10, 1946; executed February 10, 1947 Arnhem Holland after being found guilty of 70 executions {including 2 British Pows 10/10/1944}
Johan Klier Guard at Sobibor
Hans Krüger born 5.3.02 beim SDHA Party Nr 525366 SS Nr 63085 SS Usf 18.1.34 63085 525366
Hans Krüger born 20.9.01 beim 49 Standarte Party Nr 722596 SS Nr 94785 Usf 20.4.35 94785 722596
Hans Krügrer born 18.4.12 b eim 74 SS Standarte Party Nr 1593351 SS Nr 85018 Usf 9.11.37 85018 1593351
Hermann Krumey Sonderstab d.RFSS Budapest 310 441
Walter Kutschmann Kriminalkommisar/Gestapo Chief in Drobohycz
{After being identified as living in Argentina by Simon Wiesenthal arrested on 28 June 1975;
he was later released on 29 June 1975; Kutschmann died 30 August 1986}
404651 1940 7475729
Karl Lang Shot and killed his superior Franz Breithaupt 28 April 1945
Markus Lienhart Killed 3 US POW airmen 4 March 1945; executed 26 Nov 1946
Fritz Manig Born 26 May 1899.
Hans Manke Born 7 March 1922 Kindsoach. 21 June 1944 USTUf 475421 7776123
Hermann Mann Born 7 April 1898 Pforzheim. 15 Sept 1939 UStuf. 58585 1405347
Leopold von Mildenstein Head of SD's Jewish Affairs Section (II/112), August 1934 to June 1936; promoter of co-operation between Nazi Party and Zionism 1932 106,678
Martin James Monti US deserter and SS propaganda officer; member of SS-Standarte Kurt Eggers 1945
Johann Niemann Deputy commandant of Sobibor extermination camp 270.600 1934 753.836
Willem Sassen Netherlands PK ("Propaganda Kompanie")
Wilhelm Schild Chef des Aussenstelle in Berg an der Wupper
Karl Heinrich Gustaw Schilke Archivist and worked in the department of the Commander-in-Chief of the Security Police and Sipo-SD (BdS) in Krakow; Extradited 03.05.1947 to Poland; Sentenced to 11 years imprisonment 09.04.1954 by the Supreme Court; Commuted to 9 years; Released 08.11.1954
Hanns-Martin Schleyer Leader of board of Zentralverband der Industrie in Prague 221714 30 June 1933
Otto Schlottmann promoted 21 June 1943 101.053
Wilhelm Schomburg Chef des Aussenstelle des KdSipo SD in Bochnia . He was in the deportation of 250-290 jews of the community on sept 43. cited in LG Kiel 10.7.1970 trial of Zwangsarbeitslager Bochnia
Dr. Werner Senkowsky (b. 1901) was holder of EK II and Infanterie-Sturmabzeichen. In his civil life he was Notariatsanwärter and member of former Korps "Athesia" (Innsbruck). SS-Oscha. (FA). 3. KJL, J.Sch. Bad Tölz 07.40;SS-Oscha. 8./SS-TV. Krakrau; W-SS Ustuf: 09.11.40; SS-Ustuf. 01.41; OO, I./SS-Inf.Rgt. 8 06.42 ?;28.06.42 in Sherechan. Brother of SS-Of Dr. Herman Senkowsky 301.132 07.11.1933
Hans Sommer Worked with Police in France
GDR agent after the war, as a Stasi agent planted into the post-war Gehlen Organisation.
Tscherim Soobzokov Member of North Circassian Legion
Max Taubner Court-martialed in 1943 for "unauthorized" killings of Jews 112659
Reimond Tollenaere Waffen SS Belgian Foreign Legion officer
Julius Viel In 2001 sentenced to 12 years in prison for killing seven Jewish Prisoners at Leitmeritz near KZ Theresienstadt in Spring of 1945
Leopold Von MIldenstein born 30 November 1902 Prague. Head of Jewish Desk in Heydrich's SD 50.163 106.678
Georg Herbert Walther Served in 1st and 12th SS Divisions; author. Died 2003
Herbert Wenzel Involved in killing of Aachen Mayor Franz Oppenhoff March 1945
Dr. Karl Weyrich 116,222 15 Sept 1933 3,277,155
Heinrich Wicker 320280 25 June 1937
Heinz Zeuner Aide to SS General Heinz Kammler 490 097
Johannes Zingler 10196 March 1931 544378

SS Non-Commissioned OfficersEdit

Sturmscharführer (sergeant major)Edit

Rank Collar Insignia
Sturmscharführer SS-Sturmscharführer
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Rudolf Heinrich Bennewitz Was also a Kriminaloberassistent in the GESTAPO, commander SIPO und SD Aussendienststelle Przemyśl (Poland) from VIII 1941 to 24 VII 1944. 373 651 5 881 722
George Folta SS-Sturmscharführer KS. beim KdSuSD Warschau; EK I.kl. (1944)
Gerhard Hiersemann Killed in Warsaw 14 August 1943
Reinhold Loehs Commandant of Hungarian Jewish women KZ Camp Walldorf Germany
Walter Serno Born 24. Oktober 1902 in Britz. als Kriminalsekretär Leiter der Politischen Abteilung im KZ Buchenwald.1942-1944 Gestapo Weimar
Otto Welke KZ Stutthof

Hauptscharführer (first sergeant)Edit

Rank Collar Insignia
Hauptscharführer SS-Hauptscharführer
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Wilhelm Arndt Born in 1913. After being in the Leibstandarte, he was sent to the Dienerschule Pasing (servants-school), before coming to the Führerhauptquartier in 1943. Served as Hitler's valet before being killed in a plane crash on 21 April 1945
Eduard Brauning KZ Auschwitz
Friedrich Bremer 4./SS-Pz.Gren.Rgt. 2
Jacob Fries KZ Flossenburg; member of Auschwitz staff from 6 May 1942 to 28 December 1943; served in Waffen-SS; sentenced at Osnabruck in 1952 to 14 years. Also faced charges in 1967, Frankfurt; however, the charges were dropped 29 May 1934
Erich Frommhagen KZ Auschwitz
Lorenz Hackenholt SS-NCO in charge of gassing at Bełżec extermination camp; declared legally dead-fate unknown 1933 1727962
Hans Krüger Hstuf.d.R.: 09.11.1944 LSSAH 85018
Hans Krüger, Hstuf.: 20.04.1943 IdSuSD Kassel 63 085
Pieter Menten Born 26 May 1899. Involved in 1941 Massacre of Lviv professors. Also involved in the killing of Jews. In 1949 sentenced to 8 months for working in a uniform as a Nazi Interpreter. In 1951 Dutch Govt refused his extradition to Poland. In 1980 he was sentenced to 10 years for war crimes. Died 14 November 1987
Otto Moll Born 24 March 1915. KZ Auschwitz. Director and Chief Head of all crematoria. Commandant of Furstengrube and Gleiwitz I concentration camps.
Executed 28 May 1946
267670 1 May 1935
Detlef Nebbe Born June 20, 1912. KZ Auschwitz personnel. Sentenced to life by Supreme National Tribunal. Released by amnesty in mid-1950's 1933
Gerhard Palitszch At Lichtenburg, Dachau, Sachsenhausen, Buchenwald & Auschwitz II (Birkenau) KZ camps. Commandant of Brunn Concentration Camp. 79466 15 March 1933
Dr Arno Paulet Born 22 April 1908, member of Geheime Felpolizei-Feldpolizeikommandant (Einheitsführer, Platoon Commander(?)) of GFP Groups 644 and 704?
9 Nov 1943. Promoted to SS-Hschaf (sic) KK Dr Paulat, Kripo Tilsit, promoted Kriminalrat (BBL 23/43)
1944, KK (sic) Paulat was awarded KVK I m.Schw. "z.Zt. Feldpolizeikommissar mit GFP" (BBL 31/44)
After World War II he was arrested and brought to a detention camp. Later on he became Chief of the Criminal Police in Bielefeld, Germany.
250523
Walter Pirsch Commander of the 4th Battery, 1st SS Anti Aircraft Battalion, LSSAH
Gerhard Putsch Assistant to Georg Konrad Morgen
Karl Franz Reichleitner Born 2 December 1906 Ried Austria. Gestapo Kriminalsekretar Linz Austria.
Involved in T4 at Hartheim. Commandant of KZ Sobibor in 1942. Killed in Italy 3 January 1944
357065 1937 6369213
Georg Schallermair At KZ Dachau subcamp Muehldorf August 1944 – 1945. Executed 7 June 1951
Gustav Schreiber Russia. 10 January 1944, Hauptscharführer of the Waffen-SS, Deputy Leader 7/SS Pz.G.R. 9th "Germania" of the SS Division "Wiking", Knight's Cross winner, 23 December 1943
Martin Sommer Hangman of KZ Buchenwald 110035 294863
Gustav Sorge KZ Esterwegen concentration camp Sachsenhausen concentration camp 1931
August Stünkel Born 29 July 1891. K.L. Flossenbürg
Bernhard Walter KZ Auschwitz
Oskar Waltke Lemberg Ghetto. In 1962 sentenced to 8 years in prison
Friedrich Weis Sonderkommando 10b; Kripo Linz; Kripo Frankfort/Main 367196 13 September 1938 126777
Wilhelm Welter Born 24 January 1913. Dachau. Tired at Dachau Trial 13 December 1945 and sentenced to death. Executed 29 May 1946
Alexander Piorkowski Dachau concentration camp commander.Executed after the war.

Oberscharführer (staff sergeant)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Oberscharführer SS-Oberscharführer
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Ernst Barkmann Waffen-SS Panzer ace
Erich Bauer In charge of gas chambers at Sobibor extermination camp; Action T4
Kurt Bolender In charge of gas chambers at Sobibor extermination camp; Action T4
Franz Bürkl Deputy commander and infamous executioner at Pawiak Prison, Warsaw, Poland
Reinhold Feix Born. 03.07.1909 in Oberschwarzbrunn-?)SS-Training camp Trawniki near Lublin,gas chamber section in Belzec even in Sobibor,camp leader Budzyn (sub-camp Majdanek) from December 1942 to August 1943 6482515
Karl Frenzel T-4 program and KZ Sobibor 334948
Bruno Gesche Commander of SS-Begleitkommando des Führers; demoted from Obersturmbannführer 20 December 1944 for drunkenness; member of Dirlewanger Brigade 1093 8592
Heinrich Gley Aktion T4, Aktion Reinhardt 1934
Wilhelm Glissman Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp; 1947 sentenced to three years in prison
Hubert Gomerski Guard at Sobibor
Siegfried Graetschus KZ Sobibor-commanded Ukrainian guard, killed in revolt
Heinrich Harrer Austrian mountaineer and explorer in Tibet 1938
Ernst Hofman KZ Auschwitz
Ernst Krause SS-Propaganda-Company. Designed the Eastern Front Medal aka "Gefrierfleischorden" (Frozen Meat Medal) 293212 None
Hermann Michel T-4; KZ Sobibor; Operation Reinhard-fate unknown-fled to Middle East?
Rochus Misch Born 29 July 1917. Hitler's telephone operator who in the last weeks of the war handled all of the direct communication in the Führerbunker. Died 5 September 2013 1937
Eric Muhsfeldt Born February 18, 1913. Senior NCO of the Auschwitz Sonderkommando. Involved in Operation Harvest Festival. Hanged 28 January 1948
Josef Oberhauser Bełżec extermination camp 288.121 November 1935
Johann Pauls born 9 February 1908. KZ Suttoff personnel. Hanged 4 July 1946
Rieck/Rick Sadistic Kommandant of Krupp Slave Labor Camp HUMBOLDSTRASSE, Essen Germany for Jewish Women
Karl Silberbauer Vienna Gestapo;SD at the Hague; Arrested Anne Frank 1943
Ottmar Toifl SS Truppführer and Poleizi kommissar. Killed during Night of the Long Knives
Gustav Franz Wagner Head SS-NCO of Sobibor extermination camp
Bernard Wallerang KZ Belzac 417966
Dr. Karl Wienert Born 1912. 1938 part of the Schäfer-expedition in Tibet. Died 1992 288240 1143244
Martin Weiss (Nazi official) Born 21 February 1903 Karlsruhe.In spring 1941 he was drafted again. He was assigned to Einsatzkommando 3, part of Einsatzgruppe stationed in Bad Düben. In October 1941 he was assigned to work in the Office of the Commander of Security Police (Sicherheitsdienst or SD and Security Police (Sicherheitspolizei or Sipo) in Vilnius, Lithuania, then part of the Reichskommissariat Ostland. Was also de facto commander of the Vilna Ghetto. He was also the commander of the notorious Nazi-sponsored Ypatingasis būrys (Lithuanian special SD and German Security Police Squad), which was largely responsible for the Ponary massacre where up to 100,000 Jews were shot to death. In February 1950, a court in Würzburg found him guilty of war crimes and sentenced him to life imprisonment. 1934

Scharführer (sergeant)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Scharführer SS-Scharführer
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Heinz Auerswald Born 26 July 1908. In Ordnungspolizei Held the rank of Oberwachtmeister-equivelent of Scharfuehrer. He was "Kommissar für den jüdischen Wohnbezirk" ("Commissioner for the Jewish Residential District") in Warsaw Ghetto, Poland from April 1941 to November 1942.Investigated in 1960s by West Germany but not taken to court. Died 5 December 1970 216.399 7 June 1933 4.830.479
Erich Fuchs Sobibor 1934
Heinrich Giese KZ Mauthausen
August Grollius Foreman over Russian slave Labors Night shift-Armored Vehicle shop {Krupp} Essen March 1942
Josef Gorfer Guard at Fort VII Pozen Poland 1940–1941 with SS-Wachkommando Posen, Abteilung III. Died on 17 May 1944 Italy
Hans Joachim Koch Born 1912?. NCO W/T and cypher expert in SS Prinz Eugen Division; part of Gehlen Organization?. Postwar directed radio operations in East Berlin revolt June 1953
Erich Lachmann Sobibor
Bruno Langer KZ Dachau KZ Mauthausen 360008
Heinz-Hans Schütt T-4 at Grafeneck and Hadamar; KZ Sobibor
Josef Vallaster T-4 at Hartheim; KZ Sobibor-killed in Sobibor revolt
Heinrich Freiherr von Stackelberg Economics Professor 1933

Unterscharführer (junior sergeant)Edit

Rank Collar insignia
Unterscharführer SS-Unterscharführer
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Wilhelm Bahr Born 25 April 1907, Died 8 October 1946 in Hameln, SS-Sanitätsdienstgrad in KZ Neuengamme, KZ Vaivara, Neuengamme Trials Defendant, Sentenced to Death
Waldemar Behner B: 05.02.22 Pforzheim/Württ.;SS-Uscha. SS-Nachr.Sch. Metz 00.03.45;MIA 00.05.45 Leitmeritz
Siert Bruins Born In Holland. 1943 became a German citizen. Killed a Dutchman Aldert Klaas Dijkema in September 1944. Member of Sipo in Delfijl, Holland, from 1944-1945. Lived in Germany which refused to extradite him to Netherlands. In 1980 sentenced to seven years for killing two Jewish Brothers in April 1945. In 2013 age 92 tried in German Court for Dijkema killing.
Wilhelm Dreimann Born 18 March 1904, Died 8 October 1946 in Hameln, Neuengamme Trials Defendant, Sentenced to Death
Heinrich Eiche Commandant of KZ camp Maly Trostenets extermination camp. Reported to have fled to Argentina..all trace of him lost.
Theodor Gehri Born 7 May 1907. Guard KZ Auschwitz, KZ Buchenwald, KZ Oranienburg. Extradited 25.2.1947 to Poland; trial Krakau 21 April 1948 sentenced to 8 years.
Albert Hujar Staff NCO at the Plaszow Labor Camp
Hans Hillig Involved in the Malmedy massacre, tried at the Dachau Trials US011 Case No. 6-24 (US vs Valentin Bersin et al.): 16 July 1946; 10-year sentence
Robert Jührs T-4 and at Belzac; Dorohusza and Sobibor
Kerkmann Before the war had a Paper and art shop near the minister in Essen Germany in Bergstrasse {ZWOELFLING];
Deputy kommandant of Krupp Slave Labor Camp HUMBOLDSTRASSE, Essen Germany for Jewish Women
Erwin Lambert Supervised construction of gas chambers for Action T4; modified gas chambers at Treblinka and Sobibor 1.491.565
Josef Leitgeb Involved in the killing of Aachen Mayor Franz Oppenhoff March 1945
Hans Saur Born 17 February 1922. Guard at KZ Gusen. Killed 1 US POW Flier 25 July 1944. Sentenced to death at Lansburg
Franz Schönhuber Waffen SS member; later chairman of The Republicans (Germany) political party
Horst Schumann Joachim Peiper's wave radio operator in Normandy
Anton Siller Janowaska Camp
1970 sentenced to seven years
Phillip Spang Born 27 August 1888; Gestapo Welzheim. Extradited 19 December 1946 to Poland; trial Warschau 17 November 1947 sentenced to life reduced in 1953 to 7 years; released in 1954
Franz Suchomel Treblinka
Adolf Taube Born 25 September 1908 in Rudelsdorf; KZ Auschwitz {Commander Hindenberg Sub camp}; postwar fate unknown
Kurt Wenzel Born 1911; Guard KZ Auschwitz; extradited to Poland 25 February 1947;sentenced to 8 years Krakau 4 March 1948.
Helmut Wobisch Trumpeter with the Vienna Philharmonic
Eugène Vaulot
Ernst Zierke Bełżec; Dorohucza; Sobibor Camp III

SS soldiersEdit

Rank Collar insignia
Rottenführer [corporal] SS-Rottenführer
Sturmmann [lance corporal] SS-Sturmmann
Oberschütze [senior private]

Schütze [Waffen-SS private]

SS-Mann, SS-Schuetze, SS-Oberschuetze collar
Mann (No Insignia)
Anwärter (No Insignia)
Bewerber (No Uniform)
Name Position SS number Joined SS Party number
Heinrich Barbl Rottenführer; participated in the T-4 Euthanasia Program and later Operation Reinhardt.
Josef Blösche Rottenführer; member of SD; involved in the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 314655 6547348
Karl Erb Member of the Förderndes Mitglied der SS[4] 180143 1 September 1933
Hugo Hubener Rottenfuhrer; stepfather of Third Reich opponent Helmuth Hubener
Ragnar Johansson Swedish member of the 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking and 11th SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Division Nordland. Killed 1 May 1945 in Battle of Berlin while driver for Hauptsturmführer Hans-Gösta Pehrsson
Alfried Krupp member of the Förderndes Mitglied der SS
Arms/Steel industrialist/Colonel in National Socialist Flyers Corps (NSFK). Sentenced to 12 years imprisonment in 1948; pardoned by John J. McCloy in 1951. Died July 30, 1967
None 1931 6989627
Hans {Antanas} J. Lipschis Born 1919 Lithuania. guard at KZ Auschwtiz.Lived in Chicago Illinois from 1956 until deported in 1983; arrested by German police 2013
Dr. Arthur Mauterer born 31 August 1888. Member of the Förderndes Mitglied der SS
Director of the Spundwand-Abteilung (department for steel piling) of the Deutsch-Luxemburgische Bergwerks- und Hütten-AG (DL), died 29 April 1969
507.365 1 April 1934
Martin Mueller Strumman. 7th Kom SS-Grenadier Regt 21. He was wounded in the left arm on 20 April 1944 near Przewloka, Poland.
Josef Oberle Dutch SS guard at Amersfoort concentration camp
Eric Pleasants British defector and member of the SS British Free Corps None 1940 None
Sebastian Schmid Driver at Dachau concentration camp. War Crimes Defendant
Johann Schöpp Borm 20 March 1911, Alcen Romania. SS mann at Dachau concentration camp. War Crimes Defendant. 10 years Serntence reduced to 5 years
Michael Seifert Rottenführer' arrested for war Crimes in Canada 2002
Albert Speer[citation needed] Reichminister for Armaments and War Production 46104 20 July 1942 474481
Horst Tappert 1943 served with the "SS-Panzergrenadieregiment 1 Totenkopf"
Horst Tensfeld Rottenführer. KIA 6.11.1942. Son of SS Lt Col Heinz Tensfeld.
Paul Terpe Rottenführer; Born 10 August 1919; member KZ auschwitz and KZ oranienburg; extradited to Poland 1947;trial date 12/5/1948 sentenced to 15 years.
However he was released on 22 October 1956.
Erich Topp[citation needed] Briefly member of Allgemeine-SS; dropped active NSDAP/SS membership after becoming member of armed Forces 1934 2621078
Berend Johan Westerveld Dutch SS Guard at Amersfoort concentration camp

NotesEdit

Former SS Ranks changed after 1934:

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

SS Officer Service records, National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Maryland

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