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  Juana Bormann
Juana Bormann was a murderous SS woman, who served in the deathcamp Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen.
Juana Bormann joined the SS as a civilian employee on March 1, 1938, because - as she later said during The Belsen Trial - I could earn more money..
After World War II, Juana Bormann was found guilty and convicted of war crimes and the execution was set for December 13, 1945.
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 EZGeography - Juana Bormann
Juana Bormann was a prison guard at several Nazi death and concentration camps, and was executed as a war criminal at Hameln after a trial in 1945.
At her trial in late 1945 Juana Bormann said she had joined the SS auxiliary in 1938 "...to earn more money." She first served at the Lichtenburg concentration camp in Saxony under SS Oberaufseherin Jane Bernigau with forty-nine other SS women.
Bormann was later incarcerated and interrogated by the military, then prosecuted at the Belsen Trial which lasted from September 17 to November 17, 1945.
www.ezgeography.com /encyclopedia/Juana_Bormann   (360 words)

  
 Hotel Juana
By the age of fifteen, Juana was considered a child prodigy and became a lady-in-waiting to the viceroy's wife in 1664.
Given her background as an educated, outspoken woman, and born in an environment of a native population that eternally fought against Spanish domination, it is not surprising that Sor Juana wrote literature centered on freedom.
Juana Molina (born in Argentina) is a singer/songwriter and an actor.
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 Irma Grese
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[?].
Executed at Hameln jail by Albert Pierrepoint, she was the youngest woman to die judicially under English law in the 20th century.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ir/Irma_Grese.html   (255 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Juana Bormann
Juana Bormann (or Johana Borman) (1903 – December 13, 1945) was a prison guard at several Nazi concentration camps, and was executed as a war criminal at Hameln after a trial in 1945.
At her trial, Bormann said she had joined the Auxiliary SS in 1938 "to earn more money." She first served at the Lichtenburg concentration camp in Saxony under SS Oberaufseherin Jane Bernigau with 49 other SS women.
Bormann was later incarcerated and interrogated by the military, then prosecuted at the Belsen Trial which lasted from September 17, 1945 to November 17, 1945.
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 Juana Bormann and the Big Bad Wolf Hound
Miss Bormann was a petite, almost fragile woman, who was 53 years old at the time of her trial.
In regard to the case of Miss Bormann, she was accused of setting a large fl dog upon recalcitrant inmates.
Juana: "No, I did not even know what a rubber truncheon was until [I was] in prison in Celle, when I saw one in the hands of a British Soldier.
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 Verzet.org - De terreur van de SS-Aufseherinnen. Deel 2
Johanna Bormann (ook Juana genoemd) werd geboren op 10 september 1893.
Sinds januari 1945 wordt ze opnieuw ingezet in KZ Ravensbrück en in maart 1945 in haar laatst bekende stelplaats, het KZ Bergen-Belsen, waar ze haar kompanen van Auschwitz-Birkenau zoals Josef Kramer, Irma Grese en Elisabeth Volkenrath weer vervoegt.
Getuigen vertellen op het proces hoe Bormann haar Duitse herdershond tegen de hulpeloze gevangenen ophitste in de verschillende concentratiekampen waar zij werkzaam was.
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 Irma Grese
The sentence of this court is that you suffer death by being hanged." She showed little emotion throughout her trial and none when the death sentence was translated into German for her as "Tode durch den Strang," literally death by the rope.
She, Elisabeth Volkenrath, Juana Bormann and the 8 male prisoners were transferred to Hameln (Hamelin) jail in Wesfalia to await execution.
The British Army's Royal Engineers constructed a gallows there and the 11 condemned were housed in a row of tiny cells along a corridor with the execution chamber at its end, together with two other men who had been condemned by the War Crimes Commission.
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 Juana Bormann - meaning of word
At her trial in late 1945 Juana Bormann said she had joined the SS Gefolge in 1938 "...to earn more money." She first served at the Lichtenburg concentration camp in Saxony under SS Oberaufseherin Jane Bernigau with forty-nine other SS women.
In March 1942 Bormann was one of a handful of women selected for guard duty at Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland.
Victims called her "Weisel" and "the woman with the dogs." In October, 1942 Bormann went to Auschwitz concentration camp as an Aufseherin.
www.wordsonline.org /Juana_Bormann   (405 words)

  
 US Bazaar.com : Encyclopedia Pages : Bergen-Belsen concentration camp
Many of the former SS staff that survived the typhus epidemic were tried by the British at the Belsen Trial.
At the trial, the world got its first view of Irma Grese, Elisabeth Volkenrath, Juana Bormann, Fritz Klein, Josef Kramer and the rest of the SS men and women who before served at Mittelbau Dora, Ravensbrück, Auschwitz I, II, III, and Neuengamme.
Many of the female guards had served at tiny Gross Rosen subcamps at Neusalz, Langenleuba, and the Dora Mittelbau (Mittelbau Dora) subcamp at Gross Werther.
encyclopedia.us-bazaar.com /?title=Bergen-Belsen_concentration_camp   (1197 words)

  
 Nazi women pay for their crimes! - DiscussAnything.com -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Irma Grese and Elisabeth Volkenrath were found guilty on both counts, Juana Bormann guilty only on the second charge.
She was described as the most hated woman in the camp.
Juana Bormann was known as 'the woman with the dogs', who took sadistic pleasure in setting her wolfhounds on prisoners to tear them to pieces.
www.discussanything.com /forums/showthread.php?t=53326   (2504 words)

  
 A German Girl's heroic death
Most likely she was confused with Juana Bormann, another of the accused.
She was hanged the next morning along with two other German women, nurses Elisabeth Volkenrath and Juana Bormann.
Irma Grese was led to the gallows first, and Pierrepoint wrote that as he slipped the noose around her neck and pulled the hood down over her face she gave him an "enigmatic smile" which haunted him for the rest of his life.
www.cwporter.com /heroic.htm   (1954 words)

  
 Lest we forget! - The Cat Arena
In her testimony at the trial, Juana Bormann denied that she was ever present at any gas chamber selections.
After working at Birkenau from 15 May 1943 to the end of December 1943, Bormann testified that she came to Belsen in the middle of February 1945, and was engaged in looking after a pigsty.
On 12 December 1945, when the hangman made his calculations, Bormann was measured at 5 feet tall and she weighed in at 101 pounds.
www.thecatarena.com /forum/showthread.php?t=12626   (9883 words)

  
 List of people associated with World War II
Ludwig Beck, (1880-1944), General and member of the July Plot
Juana Bormann[?], (1903-1945), an SS officer at Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen death camps.
Martin Bormann, (1900-unknown), highest ranking Nazi party administrator (*)
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 Independent Women's Forum
My favorite current post on Feministing.org is "Memorable Wimmin of Herstory," in which many tears are shed over the cheeky and transgressive gals of Hitler’s SS who failed to collect the comparable-worth pay that was due them from the sexist Nazi establishment.
"Juana joined the SS as a civilian employee in March of 1938.
She was found guilty of stepping outside her proper womanly place (so-called ’war crimes’) and was punished by hanging.
www.iwf.org /inkwell/default.asp?archiveID=1523   (8116 words)

  
 Juana Bormann software downloads   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Juana Bormann software downloads - Free Download Soft
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 The Belsen Trial - The trail of Commandant Josef Kramer and 44 others   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
He was found guilty of Count Two and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Of this group, four were found guilty of only Count Two, which was crimes committed at Birkenau: Franz Hoessler, Juana Bormann, Heinrich Schreirer, and Stanislawa Staroska.
Schreirer was sentenced to 15 years in prison and Staroska was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
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 Amazon.com: "Juan Duarte": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Aires lay an endless 150 miles to the east.
She was the fifth and last child of Juana Ibarguren and Juan Duarte.
In their names lies, in all probability, the clue to the intense consciousness of injustice that was to trigger the...
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