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  The Belsen Trial. Trial of Joseph Kramer and 44 Others. Part V. Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals. United Nations ...
Volkenrath claimed that she was ill in hospital in August, 1942.
Volkenrath said that women’s working parties were always taken from women’s compound No. 1 at Belsen and not from No. 2.
She later became assistant to Gollasch who deputised for Volkenrath when the last mentioned was away.
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  Elisabeth Volkenrath   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Elisabeth Volkenrath Elizabeth (or Elisabeth) Volkenrath was an SS supervisor at several concentration camps during World War II.
She was sentenced to death for her involvement in selections and abuse and was hanged on December 13 1945 at Hameln by Albert Pierrepoint.
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 Female Nazi war criminals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Elisabeth Volkenrath was steady but looked nervous and Juana Bormann limped down the corridor looking old and haggard.
After execution, the 21 bodies were all taken to the Medical School at the University of Krakow for autopsy and as specimens for the students to practice anatomy on.
Elizabeth Becker was not quite 23 years old and had been born locally at Nowy Staw near Danzig.
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 The Belsen Trial. Trial of Joseph Kramer and 44 Others. Part XI. Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals. United Nations ...
Kaufmann had said that during selections she saw Volkenrath throw women to the ground or against a wall, trample on them and beat them with a stick or rubber truncheon.
Volkenrath did not volunteer into the S.S. and the job she had latterly at Belsen of Oberaufseherin was not so important as it sounded.
Kramer, Fritz Klein, Weingartner, Hoessler, Francioh, Pichen, Stofel, Dorr, Borman, Volkenrath and Grese were sentenced to death by hanging.
www.ess.uwe.ac.uk /WCC/Belsen11.htm   (7079 words)

 The Belsen Trial - The trail of Commandant Josef Kramer and 44 others
According to the trial transcripts, Elizabeth Volkenrath testified under direct examination that she arrived at Auschwitz No. 1 in March, 1942, and was transferred to Birkenau in December, 1942 where she worked in the parcel office and bread store till September 1944.
She said she attended selections during August 1942 because she had to be present as she was in charge of the women's camp, but she had merely to see that the prisoners kept quiet and orderly.
Volkenrath said she had seen lorries on the road, but whether they went to the gas chamber she did not know.
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 Gen Journey
Governments went to the church records to establish population numbers to tax the land owners, until the early 1700's.
Henry and his wife Elizabeth Theisen married in Blankenrath and settled in Schauren, Rheinland.
Elizabeth Theisen died June 18, 1829, only two year after the birth of their last child.
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 DVD Review - Pierrepoint
Pierrepoint’s body of work (if you’ll forgive the expression) was greatly affected by World War II, and he worked all over Europe including Germany, Cyprus, Gibraltar and Austria.
It is believed that in 1945 he hanged 190 men and 10 women war criminals at Hameln prison in the British controlled sector of Germany, including Irma Greese, Elizabeth Volkenrath, Juana Boreman and the "Beast of Belsen", Josef Kramer.
During the war itself he had assisted his uncle Thomas in the execution of 16 American soldiers, condemned by Court Martial for murder and rape, at a military prison in Somerset.
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 The Executioners List
She was convicted of crimes committed at both Auschwitz and Belsen and sentenced to death by hanging.
Ten others were also sentenced to death including two other women, Juana Bormann and Elisabeth Volkenrath, with whom she stayed up the night before their execution, laughing and singing Nazi songs.
Executed at Hameln jail by Albert Pierrepoint, she was the youngest woman to die judicially under English law in the 20th century.
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 World War II dgun.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
He was hanged in 1947 in front of the entrance to the crematorium of Auschwitz I. Chief of the women's field was handled by Johanna Langefeld, Maria Mandel and last by Elisabeth Volkenrath.
A common punishment for escape attempts was death by starvation; the families of successful escapees were sometimes arrested and interned in Auschwitz and prominently displayed to deter others.
Elisabeth Volkenrath Elisabeth Volkenrath Elisabeth Volkenrath Auschwitz I served as the administrative centre for the whole complex.
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 Hotel Juana
In 1944, as German losses mounted, Juana Bormann was transferred to the auxiliary camp at Hindenburg (now called Zabrze) in Silesia.
In March she arrived at her last post, Bergen-Belsen near Celle where she served under Josef Kramer, Irma Grese and Elizabeth Volkenrath (all of whom had served with her in Birkenau).
She was found guilty and hanged (along with two other SS women, Grese and Volkenrath) on December 13, 1945.
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 Wikinfo | List of people associated with World War II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Elisabeth Volkenrath, (1919-1945), guard at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp
Princess Elizabeth, (born 1926), (later Queen Elizabeth II)
Queen Elizabeth, (1900-2002), (Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon), consort of King George VI
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 The Belsen Trial. Trial of Joseph Kramer and 44 Others. Part I. Law-Reports of Trials of War Criminals. United Nations ...
Backhouse, T.D., of the Legal Staff, Headquarters, British Army of the Rhine, assisted by Major H. Murton-Neale, R.A. A number of defending Counsel took part in the trial, each acting on behalf of two or more of the accused.
Starotska, Kramer, Dr. Klein, Weingartner, Kraft, Hoessler, Borman, Volkenrath, Ehlert, Gura, Grese, Lothe, Lobauer and Schreirer were charged with having committed a war crime in that they " at Auschwitz, Poland, between 1
All the accused pleaded not guilty to the charges made against them.
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 Maria Mandel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
With her pen in her hand, she signed away an estimated half a million women and children to their deaths in the gas chambers at Auschwitz I and II.
In November, 1944, she was assigned to the Muhldorf subcamp of the Dachau concentration camp and Elizabeth Volkenrath became head of the crumbling Auschwitz empire of camps, which were liberated in early January 1945.
In May, 1945, Maria fled from Muhldorf into the mountains of southern Bavaria.
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