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Portrait of Franz Stangl, commandant of the Treblinka killing center (September 1942 - August 1943).

Portrait of Franz Stangl, commandant of the Treblinka killing center (September 1942 - August 1943).

Kurt Blome, Nazi Plenipotentiary for Cancer Research, headed the Biological Warfare Program. Under his direction, thousands of concentration camp inmates were subjected to horrific experiments with biological agents. Blome was arrested in 1945 but escaped hanging thanks to a scandalous "arrangement" that associated him with US biological warfare programs. He continued to practice medicine in West Germany until he died, a free man who never paid for his crimes, in 1969.

Kurt Blome, Nazi Plenipotentiary for Cancer Research, headed the Biological Warfare Program. Under his direction, thousands of concentration camp inmates were subjected to horrific experiments with biological agents. Blome was arrested in 1945 but escaped hanging thanks to a scandalous "arrangement" that associated him with US biological warfare programs. He continued to practice medicine in West Germany until he died, a free man who never paid for his crimes, in 1969.

Demjanjuk during his trail in Israel on June 3. 1992 in Israel.

Demjanjuk during his trail in Israel on June 3. 1992 in Israel.

ODD ORBIT: News Oddities around the World; Pope Benedict has acknowledged the time in his German childhood when he was forced to join the Hitler Youth, calling it a "dark time" in his past.

ODD ORBIT: News Oddities around the World; Pope Benedict has acknowledged the time in his German childhood when he was forced to join the Hitler Youth, calling it a "dark time" in his past.

Tony Greenstein's Blog: Zionist-Nazi Collaboration Revisited

Tony Greenstein's Blog: Zionist-Nazi Collaboration Revisited

Walter Rauff (Köthen, Germany, June 19, 1906 – Santiago, Chile, May 14, 1984), was a Colonel of the S.S. In June 1944. From January 1938 he was an aide of Reinhard Heydrich firstly in the SD, the SS security service, later in the Reichssicherheitshauptamt or RSHA, the Reich Security Main Office, a department created by Himmler in 1939 grouping the Gestapo, SD and Kripo, the criminal police. Between 1958 and 1962 he worked for the Bundesnachrichtendienst, West Germany's intelligence service.

Walter Rauff (Köthen, Germany, June 19, 1906 – Santiago, Chile, May 14, 1984), was a Colonel of the S.S. In June 1944. From January 1938 he was an aide of Reinhard Heydrich firstly in the SD, the SS security service, later in the Reichssicherheitshauptamt or RSHA, the Reich Security Main Office, a department created by Himmler in 1939 grouping the Gestapo, SD and Kripo, the criminal police. Between 1958 and 1962 he worked for the Bundesnachrichtendienst, West Germany's intelligence service.

Nazi War Criminal Klaus Barbie's Trial - 0000227948-002 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. Klaus Barbie, who was the SS officer in charge of the Gestapo in Lyon, leaves the Lyon Law Courts where he has just been tried for his crimes against humanity during World War II. July 03, 1987

Nazi War Criminal Klaus Barbie's Trial - 0000227948-002 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. Klaus Barbie, who was the SS officer in charge of the Gestapo in Lyon, leaves the Lyon Law Courts where he has just been tried for his crimes against humanity during World War II. July 03, 1987

Viorel Trifa. Member of the Iron Guard, Romanian fascist organization, who made inflammatory statements instigating the violent 1941 pogrom in Bucharest against the Jews. After the war, he moved around Europe and came to the U.S. in 1950. He served as an archbishop in the Romanian Orthodox Church in Detroit until the Department of Justice’s OSI began investigating him in 1975. To avoid deportation, he gave up his U.S. citizenship in 1980 and moved to Portugal, where he died in 1987.

Viorel Trifa. Member of the Iron Guard, Romanian fascist organization, who made inflammatory statements instigating the violent 1941 pogrom in Bucharest against the Jews. After the war, he moved around Europe and came to the U.S. in 1950. He served as an archbishop in the Romanian Orthodox Church in Detroit until the Department of Justice’s OSI began investigating him in 1975. To avoid deportation, he gave up his U.S. citizenship in 1980 and moved to Portugal, where he died in 1987.

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