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Fritz Ernst Fischer (5 October, 1912 – 2003 in Ingelheim) was a German medical doctor who, under the Nazi regime, participated in "medical experiments" conducted on inmates of the Ravensbrück concentration camp.

Evil looking Nazi swine! Fritz Ernst Fischer October, 1912 – 2003 in Ingelheim) was a German medical doctor who, under the Nazi regime, participated in "medical experiments" conducted on inmates of the Ravensbrück concentration camp.

Countess Karolina Lanckorońska (1898-2002) was a Polish World War II resistance fighter, historian and art historian. As member of Polish resistance she was arrested, interrogated, tortured, tried and sentenced to death at Stanisławów prison. Thanks to her family connections, she wasn't executed but was instead sent to the Ravensbrück concentration camp. Immediately after release in 1945, she wrote her war memoirs. Source: Wikipedia.

"Countess Karolina Lanckorońska was a Polish World War II resistance…

In 1945, SS and Luftwaffe troops herded more than 1,000 prisoners into a barn at Gardelegen, Germany, and set it on fire...

In SS and Luftwaffe troops herded more than prisoners into a barn at Gardelegen, Germany, and set it on fire.

Reinhardt & Lina Heydrich. About as loathsome a couple as anyone could meet. A fervent Nazi, she convinced him to try a job with the SS, where he rose to become architect of the Final Solution before Czech Resistance fighters killed him in Prague, 1942. He was never faithful to her, spending hours in brothels until he finally est'd one that'd enable him to spy and hold blackmail material on high-ranking Nazis and political leaders.

About as loathsome a couple as anyone could meet. A fervent Nazi, she convinced him to try a job with the SS, where he rose to become architect of the Final Solution before Czech Resistance fighters killed him in Prague,

"Ravensbrück 1939-1945. To commemorate Polish victims. In the camp, 40,000 Polish women, girls and children were imprisoned; 200 were executed; 74 were subjected to the medical experiments, several thousands died of starvation or had been gassed. 8,000 were liberated. If the echo of their voices becomes faint, we will perish".

Photographs of the executed Polish political prisoners in Ravensbruck

Gisella Perl was forced to work as a doctor in Auschwitz during the Holocaust. She was ordered to report every pregnant woman to the physician Dr. Josef Mengele, who would use them in cruel experiments like vivisections before killing them. She would give them abortions before he found out to save them from this fate. After being rescued from the camp she tried to commit suicide, but survived, recovered and kept working as a gynecologist, delivering more than 3000 babies.

Gisella Perl was forced to work as a doctor in Auschwitz concentration camp during the holocaust. She was ordered to report ever pregnant women do the physician Dr. Josef Mengele, who would then use.

February 3, 1947: After a trial lasting two months, all fifteen former members of the staff at Ravensbruck concentration camp, where 100,000 women were said to have died during WWII, were found guilty by the Hamburg war crimes court. 12 were sentenced to death.    Pictured here is Carmen Mory, a “kapo” - a prisoner at the camp who was assigned by the SS to supervise forced labor. She was sentenced to death but committed suicide on April 9, 1947    Photo: Planet News Archive/SSPL/Getty

February After a trial lasting two months, all fifteen former members of the staff at Ravensbruck concentration camp, where women were said to have died during WWII, were found guilty.

The nine “Rabbits” executed at Ravensbruck – Martha Hall Kelly

Photographs of the executed Polish political prisoners in Ravensbruck

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Inside Ravensbruck: Hitler's Concentration Camp for Women During World War II (24 Pics

Ravensbrück was the only major Nazi concentration camp for women. At the end of autumn Himmler decided to establish a concentration c.

A leg of one of the 74 Polish victims subjected to medical experiments in the Ravensbrück concentration camp.

A leg of one of the 74 Polish victims subjected to medical experiments in the Ravensbrück concentration camp.

Ravensbruck Concentration Camp Utility Building, where prisoners were processed.

Haunting prisoner artifacts found hidden in Ravensbruck airshaft.

Caroline Ferriday sharing a meal with surviving Polish Lappins from Ravensbruck.

Caroline serving dinner to her Polish guests at The Hay

Erich Mußfeldt was assigned to serve at Auschwitz I of Auschwitz Concentration Camp in mid-1940, then in late 1941 he was transferred to Majdanek Concentration Camp, where he assumed the role of the chief of the crematorium. In May 1944, he returned to Auschwitz as the supervising officer of the Jewish Sonderkommando in Crematorium II and III at the Auschwitz II-Birkenau camp. Starting in Aug 1944, he served on the front lines, but in early Apr 1945 he was assigned to Flossenbürg.

Erich Mußfeldt

Erich Muhsfeldt was a Nazi war criminal as an SS-Oberscharführer and…

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Orli Wald was a member of the German Resistance in Nazi Germany. She was called the "Angel of Auschwitz".

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