Elisabeth Peschke was a camp guard at the Natzweiler camp in France during the Second World War. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elisabeth Peschke"
Elizabeth (or Elisabeth) Volkenrath ( 1919 – December 13 1945, Hameln) was an SS supervisor at several concentration camps during World War II. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elisabeth Volkenrath"
Elisabeth Lupka was a Nazi guard at two camps during World War II. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elizabeth Lupka"
Elly Hartmann was a staff member at two Nazi concentration camps. Little is known about her life. She was born as Elly (or Elli) Goldhorn sometime in 1920. She later served as a female staff member at the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland. When the camp was evacuated Elly came to the Ravensbruck concentration camp near Berlin as an Aufseherin. After the war, Elly Hartmann was prosecuted, but the findings are absent from the Zentralestelle (Ludwigsburg) file. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elly Hartmann"
Little is known about Elsa Erik (or Elsa Erich). She worked as an Aufseherin at Ravensbrück concentration camp, and was later transferred to Majdanek as an Aufseherin. Because of good conduct there, she became SS-Oberaufseherin over thirty other SS women. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elsa Erich"
Elsa Rascher was a female matron at two concentration camps in Nazi occupied Europe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elsa Rascher"
Else Grabner was chief of the Ravensbruck concentration camp in 1944. ...more on Wikipedia about "Else Grabner"
Emma Zimmer was a female overseer at a Nazi concentration camp for two years during the war. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emma Zimmer"
Erika Bergmann (born on January 3, 1915 in an unknown German city) was a Nazi guard in at least three slave labor camps during World War II. In 1943 Bergmann arrived at Ravensbruck where she received her initial training and first assignment. In late 1944 she went to the Neu Rohlau subcamp of Flossenburg located near Chemnitz, Germany. ...more on Wikipedia about "Erika Bergmann"
Erna Dickmann (or Dieckmann) (born August 16, 1912) was a female guard at several concentration and sub-camps in the last months of the Nazi Regime. She was born Erna Sowinski in Dortmund. She went to school and worked odd end jobs to support her and her family. ...more on Wikipedia about "Erna Dickmann"
Erna Petermann was a high ranking female overseer at to concentration camps during the closing of World War II. ...more on Wikipedia about "Erna Petermann"
Erna Rose was an SS supervisor at the Ravensbrück concentration camp near Berlin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Erna Rose"
Eva Anna Paula Braun ( February 6, 1912 – April 30, 1945) was the longtime companion (and ultimately, wife for a night and a day) of Adolf Hitler. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eva Braun"
Ewa Paradies ( December 17, 1920 - July 4, 1946) was a Nazi camp overseer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ewa Paradies"
Fanny Baur was an SS Aufseherin in the Dachau concentration camp until 1945. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fanny Eleonore Baur"
Female guards were collectively known by the rank of SS- Helferin and could hold positional titles equivalent to regular SS ranks. Such positions were known as Rapportführerin (Report Leader), Erstaufseherin (First Guard), Lagerführerin (Camp Leader [high position]) or Oberaufseherin (Senior Overseer). The highest position ever attained by a woman was "Chef Oberaufseherin" (Chief Senior Overseer) (see Luise Brunner or Anna Klein). In the Nazi command structure, no female guard could ever give orders to a male one since, by design, the rank of SS-Helferin was below all male SS ranks and women were not recognized as regular SS members but only auxiliaries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Female guards in Nazi concentration camps"
Florentine Cichon (born May 3, 1921) was a high ranking camp guard at several Nazi concentration camps. ...more on Wikipedia about "Florentine Cichon"
Franziska Hoengesberg was an SS guard at two concentration camps during World War II. ...more on Wikipedia about "Franziska Hoengesberg"
Frieda Jahnke, born in Neubrandenburg, Germany on July 9, 1906, was a guard at several concentration camps during World War II. She never married, and in 1944, she applied with the Neubrandenburg camp offices to become a prison guard. The SS sent her as an Aufseherin to the Buchenwald subcamp at Torgau, Germany. There Frieda trained and became a ruthless overseer. Soon after she went to the Markkleeberg subcamp near Torgau, and after that, to the Buchenwald concentration camp. As the Allies came close to Buchenwald, the SS sent Frieda to Ravensbruck while overseeing a group of prisoners. Frieda fled Ravensbruck in late April 1945 before the onset of the Russian Army. Her fate remains unknown. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frieda Jahnke"
Frieda Woetzel ( 1907 - ) was a female officer at two Nazi concentration camps from August 1944 until April 1945. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frieda Woetzel"
Friederike Schneider was a female guard at Auschwitz and other concentration camps and slave labor camps during World War II. ...more on Wikipedia about "Friederike Schneider" It must be http://www.shortopedia.com. shortopedia
Gerda Steinhoff was a Nazi prison camp overseer born in Danzig- Langfuhr, on January 29, 1922. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gerda Steinhoff"
Gertrud Heise was a female overseer and later an SS supervisor at several concentration camps during the Second World War. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gertrud Heise"
Gertrud Rabestein was a female guard at two Nazi concentration camps, and a guard supervisor at a prison during seven years of the Third Reich. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gertrud Rabestein"
Gertrud Scholtz-Klink nee Treusch ( February 9, 1902 - March 24, 1999) Fervent Nazi Party member and Reichs Women's Leader. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gertrud Scholtz-Klink"
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