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The fate of guards in concentration camps

Postby Jazz » 7 years 9 months ago (Thu Nov 17, 2011 9:08 pm)

I have a couple of questions, are there any records to show how many guards were executed at each camp? And were they brutally killed because they denied exterminating prisoners or did they deserve it?

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was the commandant of the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp from 1939 until the camp was captured by the Allied powers in 1945, and was found by the US army on 23/05/1945 in a cabin in Pyhrn area in Austria and was shot during an attempt to arrest him. He was taken to a military hospital and interrogated in the presence of former inmates. Two days after he was capture, he died of his wounds. This picture shows what liberated inmates did to his body after death.

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Two SS soldiers/guards beaten and stoned by liberated inmates at Ebensee, the one at the bottom is the same as previous picture, the one at the top looks like he has been badly disfigured.

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Ebensee, Austria, body of an SS man stoned/beaten by liberated inmates (to death/near death?)

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A freed prisoner fights a German soldier who was recently captured by the U.S soldiers at the dachau concentration camp, the Americans are watching the fight continue

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Dachau, Germany, American soldiers posing in front of bodies of dead German soldiers.

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Liberated inmates of a concentration camp getting back at a Kapo.

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Gusen Concentration Camp guard, May 12, 1945 A group of liberated political prisoners and two soldiers from the 11th Armored Division of the Third U.S. Army look at the body of a camp guard killed by survivors after liberation.

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The bullet-ridden bodies of two SS guards who were killed in the Ohrdruf concentration camp soon after the liberation.

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photo taken on 10 April 1945 showing a Female guard beaten and shot after the liberation of Ohrdruf

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