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Otto Günsche as an SS-Hauptsturmführer. Günsche had serious problems with Himmler WHO worked to have him punished, but Himmler had no direct command over the LSSAH so the case was not in his hands. Eventually Günsche was on the verge of ending up in the Dirlewanger brigade which Himmler used as a punitive measure but Günsche was saved by the end of the war.

Otto Günsche as an SS-Hauptsturmführer. Günsche had serious problems with Himmler WHO worked to have him punished, but Himmler had no direct command over the LSSAH so the case was not in his hands. Eventually Günsche was on the verge of ending up in the Dirlewanger brigade which Himmler used as a punitive measure but Günsche was saved by the end of the war.

General Bernd Freiherr Freytag von Loringhoven (6 February 1914 - 27 February 2007), was an officer in the German Army during World War II. In 1956, he joined the German Federal Armed Forces, the Bundeswehr and rose to the rank of Generalleutnant.

General Bernd Freiherr Freytag von Loringhoven (6 February 1914 - 27 February 2007), was an officer in the German Army during World War II. In 1956, he joined the German Federal Armed Forces, the Bundeswehr and rose to the rank of Generalleutnant.

The Banality of Evil: Karl Brandt was a German physician and SS-Obersturmbannführer. He joined the Nazi Party in 1932 and became Adolf Hitler's escort physician in August 1934. He he was selected by Philipp Bouhler, the head of Hitler's Chancellery, to administer the Aktion T4 euthanasia program. Accused of involvement in human experimentation and other war crimes, Brandt faced trial before a U.S. military tribunal. He was convicted, sentenced to death, and hanged on June 2, 1948.

The Banality of Evil: Karl Brandt was a German physician and SS-Obersturmbannführer. He joined the Nazi Party in 1932 and became Adolf Hitler's escort physician in August 1934. He he was selected by Philipp Bouhler, the head of Hitler's Chancellery, to administer the Aktion T4 euthanasia program. Accused of involvement in human experimentation and other war crimes, Brandt faced trial before a U.S. military tribunal. He was convicted, sentenced to death, and hanged on June 2, 1948.

Max Wünsche (20 April 1914 — 17 April 1995) was a SS-Standartenführer (colonel) in the Waffen-SS during World War II who was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves. In June 1943, Sturmbannführer Wünsche was ordered to transfer to a new division forming in France, which later became the 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend (12th SS Panzer Division Hitler Youth), and take command of the 12th SS Panzer Regiment.

Max Wünsche (20 April 1914 — 17 April 1995) was a SS-Standartenführer (colonel) in the Waffen-SS during World War II who was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves. In June 1943, Sturmbannführer Wünsche was ordered to transfer to a new division forming in France, which later became the 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend (12th SS Panzer Division Hitler Youth), and take command of the 12th SS Panzer Regiment.

The Banality of Evil: Arthur Seyss-Inquart was a Nazi lawyer who held high offices in Austria and occupied Poland and was eventually made Reichskommissar of the Netherlands. After the war he was tried at Nuremberg alongside other Nazi leaders, was found guilty, and hanged on October 16, 1946.

The Banality of Evil: Arthur Seyss-Inquart was a Nazi lawyer who held high offices in Austria and occupied Poland and was eventually made Reichskommissar of the Netherlands. After the war he was tried at Nuremberg alongside other Nazi leaders, was found guilty, and hanged on October 16, 1946.

Paul Körner was best known as Goering's "right hand." As secretary of state for Prussia, he had a key role in Goering's Four Year Plan. In this role, Körner was instrumental in robbing the occupied territories of the USSR of grain and foodstuffs to supply Germany's interior front. He was arrested after the war and was sentenced to 15 years but was released in Dec 1951. He retreated into anonymity and died in 1957.

Paul Körner was best known as Goering's "right hand." As secretary of state for Prussia, he had a key role in Goering's Four Year Plan. In this role, Körner was instrumental in robbing the occupied territories of the USSR of grain and foodstuffs to supply Germany's interior front. He was arrested after the war and was sentenced to 15 years but was released in Dec 1951. He retreated into anonymity and died in 1957.

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