I could go on putting the shameful example of German behavior from after the war until today and the ridiculous sentences that were imposed to real serial murderers , as a prosecutor at Nuremberg Trial said "even to a chicken thief will impose a greater punishment," but as Spanish proverb says "as an example a button is enough".
in 1910, until the outbreak of World War
II was Polish citizen of German origin. Died in 1978. Lvov
Member of SS from 21 November 1939.. He served in
Auschwitz till 20 January
1945. He was manager of the store of clothing and equipment.
He knew Polish very well and he was particularly dangerous for the Polish prisoners. He evesdropped them and made delations, under which prisoners suffered severe penalties.
Breitweiser often made the examination of prisoners, depriving them of food, and zealously benefited from stock of food for prisoners.
He was sentenced to death in the Krakau Auschwitz Trial but was conmuted by the law of grace to life for Polish President. He left the prison in 1958.
During the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial was charged with the throw of cyclone b to the gas chamber in
He was acquitted (¡!)
Arrested in November
1964. In the process, they found their
participation and supervision during the selections on the ramp at Birkenau, in
addition to its participation in interrogations, torture and executions.
Therefore, he was sentenced to four
years in 1965.(¡!)
He died of natural causes in
in 1993 Dusseldorf, Germany
1907 in Gliwice,
† 23 December 1997 in
Mannheim, was an SS troop leader and used as a
medical orderly in Auschwitz
He killed many prisoners, including children with injections of phenol in the heart.
"Lethal injection" meant being killed with an injection of phenol than 10 cc, injected directly into the heart. The victims died on the spot. With this method of murder was started in August 1941.
Until the arrest in August 1961, he worked as a doorman at a machine factory in
. In the first Auschwitz Trial was sentenced to four years in prison
and deprivation of political rights for four years .Due to police custody after the verdict on August 19, 1965 was
released. (¡!!!!! ) Mannheim