[Below: Annalese Kohlmann (March 1, 1921 – September 17, 1977), a former guard at Bergen Belsen concentration camp, May 1945.]

[Below: Dorothea Binz (March 16, 1920 – May 2, 1947) was an SS supervisor at Ravensbrück women's prison camp. She was murdered by hanging at Hamelin prison by British mass-murderer Albert Pierrepoint on May 2, 1947.]

[Below: Elisabeth Volkenrath, Linke and Hilde Löbauer in Celle prison.]

[Below: Elizabeth Volkenrath (September 5, 1919 – December 13, 1945), a former hairdresser who served as an SS guard and supervising wardress at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. She was murdered by hanging by the mass-murderer Albert Pierrepoint at Hamelin Prison on December 13, 1945.]

[Below: Elizabeth-Marschall (May 27, 1886 – May 3, 1947) was the head nurse at Ravensbruck women's detention camp. She was murdered by hanging by the mass-murderer Albert Pierrepoint at Hamelin Prison on December 13, 1945.]

[Below: Senior prison camp guard Gerda Steinhoff at trial.]

[Below: Gerda Steinhoff and Commandant Johann Pauls murdered after an Allied show trial. She was publicly hanged on July 4, 1946, on Biskupia Gorka Hill, near Gdansk, Poland. Her comrades and her were hanged by the wholly evil 'short drop method' of hanging where the person slowly dies of strangulation, which typically takes between ten and twenty minutes! This obviously results in a considerably more prolonged and painful death as compared to the standard or long drop hanging.] ]

[Below: Herta Bothe (January 8, 1921) was a prison camp guard who was sentenced to over a decade in an Allied dungeon.]

[Below: Herta Bothe.]

[Below: Herta Bothe, second from right.]

[Below: Herta Bothe, second from left.]

[Below: Herta Oberheuser (May 15, 1911 - January 24, 1978) was a physician at the Auschwitz and Ravensbrück prison camps. Because she worked for her country during WWII the vengeful Allies banned her from practicing medicine after the war! This was a common practice which was done to an untold mass of Germans after the war.]

[Below: Hildegard Neumann (May 4, 1919 - ?) was a ghetto superintendent of Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, among other camps.]

[Below: Jenny Wanda Barkmann (1922 – July 4, 1946) was a prison camp guard. On the left is a picture of her during the Allied show trial and on the right her murder. After being sentenced to death in an Allied show trial she defiantly declared: 'Life is indeed a pleasure, and pleasures are usually short.' She was murdered by the immensely evil short-drop method of hanging along with 10 other defendants from the trial on Biskupia Gorka Hill near Gdansk, Poland on July 4, 1946.]

[Below: Prison guard Johana Borman (or Juana Bormann, (September 10, 1893 – December 13, 1945)), August 1945. She was murdered by the Allied mass-murderer Albert Pierrepoint, who later wrote of Johana:

'She limped down the corridor looking old and haggard.
She was 42 years old [she was actually 52], standing only a little over five feet.
She was trembling as she was put on the scale.'

[Below: Maria Mandel (January 10, 1912 – January 24, 1948) worked at the Auschwitz-Birkenau and Dachau prison camps. She was murdered by hanging in communist occupied Poland on January 24, 1948, aged 36.]

[Below: Ruth Closius-Neudeck (July 5, 1920 – July 29, 1948) was an SS supervisor who was murdered by the Allies on July 29, 1948. Her young life was stolen from her by the British mass-murderer-executioner Albert Pierrepoint on the gallows at Hamelin Prison.]

[Below: Prison camp overseer Wanda Klaff in court and murdered by the Allies. She was publicly hanged by the sadistic 'short drop method' of hanging...]

[Below: Female guards of Stutthof and Bromberg-Ost concentration camps during their Allied show trial.]

[Below: The murder of guards of the Stutthof concentration camp on July 4, 1946 by short-drop hanging. In the foreground are: Jenny-Wanda Barkmann, Ewa Paradies, Elisabeth Becker, Wanda Klaf and Gerda Steinhoff (left to right) .]

[Below: Hildegard Martha Lächert (January 20, 1920 – 1995) was a guard at Aufseherin. There is something fishy about this picture... maybe the 'SS' seig runes were added?]

[Below: In an act of unbridled evil and hate, the Allies forced German women to bury the bodies of the war dead and those who had been killed by disease brought on by massive Allied air attacks. Concentration camps were viciously attacked by American and British bombers -- Auschwitz alone was attacked with 1,190 bombers!]