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Irma Ida Ilse Grese (born 7 October 1923, Wrechen, Free State of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Germany – died 13 December 1945, Hamelin, Germany) was employed at the Nazi concentration camps of Ravensbrück and Auschwitz, and was a warden of the women's section of Bergen-Belsen.

Possibly one of the most evil people who ever walked this earth. This is Irma Grese, Bergen-Belsen guard, aka "The Bitch/Beast of Belsen". Sentenced to death for crimes against humanity at the Belsen Trial and executed, aged

Juana Bormann (or Johana Borman)  was a prison guard at several Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen, and was executed as a war criminal at Hamelin, Germany after a trial in 1945. One of her favorite "games" was unleashing her starving shepherd dog on helpless prisoners -- hence her nickname "The woman with the dogs."

Juana Bormann (or Johana Borman) (September 1893 – December was a prison guard at several Nazi concentration camps, and was executed as a war criminal at Hamelin after a trial in She was not related to leading Nazi Martin Bormann.

Female Nazi Concentration Camp Guards - Hildegard Lohbauer: sentenced to 10 years imprisonment.

The Banality of Evil: British ID photographs of Bergen-Belsen guards awaiting trial at Celle in August Hildegard Lohbauer was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment.

The corpses of two children who succumbed to typhus and starvation wait to be buried following the liberation of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. When British and Canadian troops entered the camp on 14 April 1945, they found over 13,000 unburied bodies and (including the satellite camps) around 60,000 inmates, most acutely sick and starving

The Liberation of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, April The bodies of two dead children await burial

Bergen Belsen, Germany, A prisoner's dead body found after the liberation, April 1945.

Bergen Belsen, Germany, A prisoner's dead body found after the liberation, April 1945

Ilse Weber. A Czech singer and poet, Ilse, Along with her son and husband, was sent to the Thereseinstadt Concentration camp by the Nazis. She willingly followed her husband when he was transferred to Auschwitz, hoping to keep her family together. When her young son, Tommy, was sent to the gas chamber with other children, she voluntarily accompanied them, softly singing a lullaby she had written to keep them calm. The immensely beautiful song is called Wiegala. Her husband survived.

A Czech singer and poet, Ilse, along with her son and husband, was…

“ Irma Grese, the “Mass Murderess” of Bergen-Belsen, during the Belsen Trial.  ”  As the Allies argued in their case–don’t let her appearance deceive you, Irma Grese was a woman with a streak of cruelty wider than the state of Texas.  According to...

“ Irma Grese, the “Mass Murderess” of Bergen-Belsen, during the Belsen Trial. ” As the Allies argued in their case–don’t let her appearance deceive you, Irma Grese was a woman with a streak of cruelty wider than the state of Texas.

Irma Grese, “the Beast of Belsen” (1923-1945) - a former nursing assistant and teenage Nazi SS auxiliary female guard in Auschwitz and Belsen concentration camps. Under the Nazi system, Irma was trained to function as a state serial killer, but in the end began to kill for her own hedonistic needs. She had a dark compulsion to torture and kill inmates in her charge and became so excessively homicidal that even male SS guards began to complain. She was hung by the British on December 13th…

Irma Grese, the Beast of Belsen - a former nursing assistant and teenage Nazi SS auxiliary female guard in Auschwitz and Belsen concentration camps. Under the Nazi system, Irma was trained to function as a state serial killer, but in the end

Defendant No 9 is Irma Ida Ilse Grese,"The Hyena of Auschwitz" and the "Beast of Belsen" (1923 –1945) was a guard at Ravensbrück and Auschwitz, and was a warden of the women's section of Bergen-Belsen. Grese was convicted for crimes against humanity at the Belsen Trial and sentenced to death. Executed at 22 years, 67 days of age, Grese was the youngest woman to die judicially under English law in the 20th century.

Irma Grese the "Beast of Belsen" at the Belsen Trial. She was sentenced to death for crimes against humanity

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