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The following list is a list of Nazis, their function during the Nazi period, and where they ended up and what they did after the war:
Altern, Erich. Post-war name: Ali Bella. Regional Chief SD (Himmler’s Security Services), Jewish Affairs in Galicia. In Egypt during the 50’s, then instructor in Palestinian camps.
Appler, Hans. Post-war name: Sakah Chaffar. Information services with Goebbels. Egypt 1956: Minister of Information
Bartel, Franz. Post-war name: El Hussein. Assistant Chief of the Kattowitz Gestapo (Poland). Since 1959, Jewish Affairs of the Ministry of Information in Cairo.
Baurnann. SS Standartenführer. Participated in liquidation of Jews in the Warsaw ghetto. Minister of War in Cairo. Instructor for the FLP (Liberation Front of Palestine).
Bayerlein, Col. Fritz. Rommel’s camp aid. Fled to Egypt.
Becher, Hans. Gestapo Jewish affairs, Vienna. Alexandria, Egypt. Police instructor.
Beissner, Dr Wilhelm. Section Chief VI C 13RSHA. Egypt.
Bender, Bernhardt. Post-war name: Bechir Ben Salah. Gestapo, Warsaw. Consultant for Political Police in Cairo.
Birgel, Werner. Post-war name: El Gamin. SS Officer. Cairo, Egypt. Worked in Ministry of Information.
Boeckler, Wilhelm. SS Untersturmführer. Wanted in Poland for the liquidation of Jews in the Warsaw ghetto. Egypt since 1949. Worked in Israel Department of Information Bureau in Egypt.
Boerner, Wilhelm. Post-war name: Ali Ben Keshir. SS Untersturmführer. Guard at Mauthausen concentration camp. Worked at Egyptian Interior Ministry. Also as an instructor of the FLP (Liberation Front of Palestine).
Brunner, Alois. Post-war name: Georg Fisher and Ali Mohammed. In charge of deportation of Jews in Austria, Tchecoslovakia, and Greece. Chief of Drancy concentration camp in France. Damascus, Syria. Consultant for Special Services. Protected against extradition by Syrian government.
Buble, Friedrich. Post-war name: Ben Amman, SS Obergruppenführer. Gestapo. Director of Egyptian Public Relations Department -1952. Consultant for Egyptian police force.
Bunsch, Franz. SA. Obersturmführer. Collaborator with Goebbels. Israel Department in the Information Ministry in Cairo, Egypt.
Daemling, Joachim. Post-war name: Jochen Dressel or Ibrahim Mustapha. Dusseldorf Chief of Gestapo. Consultant for Egyptian penitentiary system. Active member of Radio-Cairo (Radio-Le Caire).
Dirlewanger, Oskar. Oberführer. Chief of 36th Waffen SS division (USSR-Poland). Some say in Cairo since 1950. Others claim that he died June 7 1945 in Germany under house-arrest.
Eisele, Dr Hans. Chief doctor of Buchenwald concentration camp. Died in Cairo in 1965.
Farmbacher, Wilhelm. SS Lieutenant-General. Wehrmacht Eastern Front, Supervisor of Vlassov Army in France in 1944. Military consultant for Egyptian President Nasser.
Gleim, Leopold. Post-war name: Lt-Col Al Nashar. Unit Chief in Warsaw. High ranking officer in Egyptian national security departement, in charge of political prisoners.
Gruber. Post-war name:Aradji. Canaris recruit in 1924. Egyptian resident. 1950: Influencial agent within the Arab League.
Heiden, Ludwig. Post-war name: El Hadj. Journalist for anti-jewish agency Weltdienst (NSDAP). Converted to Islam. Translator of Mein Kampf into Arabic. Lived in Egypt in the 1950’s.
Heim, Heribert. SS Hauptsturmführer. Medical doctor at Mauthausen concentration camp. Became medical doctor for Egyptian police.
Hitholfer, Franz. High ranking officer of Gestapo in Vienna. Lived in Egypt in 1950’s.
von Leers, Dr Johannes. Post-war name: Omar Amin von Leers. Goebbels’ assistant, in charge of anti-Semitic propaganda. In Egypt, he was in charge of anti-Israel propaganda in Cairo since 1955 and he converted to islam.
Luder, Karl. Chief of Hitler Youth movement. Held responsible for anti-Semitic crimes in Poland. War Minister in Egypt.
Mildner, Rudolf. SS Standartenführer. Gestapo Chief in Kattowitz. Chief of police in Danemark. In Egypt since 1963. Member of Deutscher Rat organization.
Moser, Alois. Gruppenführer SS. Wanted in Russia for crimes against Jews. Instructor of paramilitary youth groups in Cairo.
Munzel, Oskar. SS General. Military consultant Cairo, during the 1950’s.
von Nimzel, Gerd. Post-war name: Ben Ali. Egypt, 1950’s.
Oltramare, Georges Post-war name: Charles Dieudonne. Director of Pilori in France during German occupation. Responsible for TV show ‘La voix des Arabes’ (The voice of Arabs) in Cairo. Died 1960.
Peschnik, Aehim Dieter. Post-war name: El-Said. Resides in Egypt.
Rademacher, Granz Post-war name: Thome Rossel. 1940-43: Headed Anti-jewish section of Foreign Affairs Ministry. Journalist in Damascus.
Rauff, Walter. Chief of SD (Himmler’s Security Services) in Tunisia. In Syria until 1961. Was arrested and released in Chili in 1962.
Seipel. SS Sturmbannführer. Post-war name: Emmd Zuher. Gestapo in Paris. Converted to Islam. Security Services with Interior Ministry in Cairo.
Sellman, Heinrich. Post-war name: Hassan Suleiman. Chief of Gestapo in Ulm. Ministry of Information in Cairo. Egyptian Special Services.
Thiemann, Albert. Post-war name: Amman Kader. SS officer in Tchecoslovakia. Information Ministry in Cairo.
Weinmann, Erich, SS Standartenführer. Chief of SD (Himmler’s Security Services) in Prague. Said to have died in 1949. In fact, he became consultant to Alexandria’s police force in Egypt.
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