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SS officers relax on the grounds of the Solahütte retreat.

EVIL - SS officers (L-R) Dr Josef Mengele, Rudolf Hoess, (former Commandant of Auschwitz), Josef Kramer (Commandant of Birkenau) are pictured at the Auschwitz in occupied Poland

Karl Hoecker (right) with Richard Baer and Rudolf Hoess

Three SS officers stand next to an automobile during the dedication ceremonies of the new SS hospital. Pictured left to right are Richard Baer, Rudolf Hoess and Karl Hoecker.

Taking a break. The second person is the notorious concentration camp doctor Josef Mengele (The Angel of the Death).

SS officers in 1944 in Solahütte. The resort was situated at appr. 30 km south of Auschwitz. Richard Baer (left) Kommandant of Auschwitz from May Dr. Josef Mengele, Josef Kramer, Kommandant of Birkenau, and Rudolf Höss (former Auschwitz Kommandant).

Officers and Helferinnen at Solahütte.

The killers of Auschwitz having a good time in between exterminating tens of thousands each day. The laughing - smiling females are all guards who became notorious for their brutality. The most disturbing photograph I have ever seen.

A group photo of the mass murderers of Auschwitz: Josef Kramer, Josef Mengele, Richard Baer, Karl Höcker (from left; man at right unidentified).

Nazi SS A collection of evil at Auschwitz - Left to right: Josef Kramer, Dr. Josef Mengele, Richard Baer, Karl Höcker, and an unidentified bastard.

✠ Philipp Kleffel (December 9th, 1887 - October 10th, 1964) RK 17.02.1942 Generalleutnant Kdr 1. Inf.Div

✠ Philipp Kleffel (December 9th, 1887 - October 10th, 1964) RK 17.02.1942 Generalleutnant Kdr 1. Inf.Div

✠ Helmut Thierfelder (April 10, 1914 - February 10, 1994) RK 02.09.1944 Oberfeldwebel Zugführer i. d. 6./Pz.Gren.Rgt 33 4. Panzer-Division

✠ Helmut Thierfelder (April 10, 1914 - February 10, 1994) RK 02.09.1944 Oberfeldwebel Zugführer i. d. 6./Pz.Gren.Rgt 33 4. Panzer-Division

SS Oscharf. Heinrich Gottke

SS Oscharf. Heinrich Gottke

Fritz Christen served with the 3rd SS Panzer Division "Totenkopf" He was the youngest soldier to receive the Knights Cross. On Sept. 23. 1941, after his comrades were killed he singlehandedly over the next three days knocked out 13 Soviet tanks and over 100 Red Army soldiers, that were trying to overwhelm his position. He did this with his 50MM PAK cannon. He is still living today.

Fritz Christen Christen served in the Waffen-SS with the infamous Totenkopf (“Deathshead”) Division on the Eastern Front from the first days of the invasion of Russia during Operation Barbarossa by German forces.

✠ Hans Hirning (14 November 1922 – 30 April 1945) killed in action at Dürnholz in Czechoslovakia.

✠ Hans Hirning November 1922 – 30 April killed in action at Dürnholz in Czechoslovakia.

✠ Hans Hirning (14 November 1922 – 30 April 1945) Killed in action at Dürnholz in Czechoslovakia.

✠ Hans Hirning November 1922 – 30 April Killed in action at Dürnholz in Czechoslovakia.

World War 2 Awards.com - SCHRIJNEN, Remy Flemish volunteer, fought on Eastern front vs Soviets with SS Nederland. On March 3rd, 1944, Remi sinlgehanded knocked out 11 JS-1 heavy Soviet tanks during the Battle of Narva in Estonia. He performed this superhuman feat with a 7.5 PAK antitank gun.

World War 2 Awards.com - SCHRIJNEN, Remy Flemish volunteer, fought on Eastern front vs Soviets with SS Nederland. On March 3rd, 1944, Remi sinlgehanded knocked out 11 JS-1 heavy Soviet tanks during the Battle of Narva in Estonia. He performed this superhuman feat with a 7.5 PAK antitank gun.