SS Major General Jürgen Stroop (center), accompanied by SS and police officers, looks on as SS soldiers uncover the entrance to an underground bunker during the suppression of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. The original German caption reads: They were also discovered in underground bunkers. Photo credit: Glowna Komisja Badania Zbrodni Przeciwko Narodowi Polskiemu, Polish National Archives
SS-Obergruppenführer and General of the Waffen SS and Police Werner Lorenz was chief of Main Ethnic German Resettlement Central Office, known as VoMi. VoMi was charged with deporting native populations from the occupied eastern territories in order to make room for ethnic Germans to settle inside the Reich. After the war, he was tried as war criminal and sentenced to 20 years. He was freed in 1955 and died in Hamburg in 1974.
An SS officer questions two Jewish resistance fighters during the suppression of the Warsaw ghetto uprising as SS Major General Juergen Stroop (rear, center) and his security detail look on. The original German caption reads: Jewish traitors. Among those pictured is the KdS (Kommandeur des Sicherheitsdienstes and Sicherheitspolizei) in Warsaw, SS-Standartenfuehrer Dr. Ludwig Hahn (in leather coat).
Johann Baptist Albin Rauter (Feb 4, 1895 – March 25, 1949) was a high-ranking Austrian (from 1939, German) Nazi war criminal. He was the highest SS and Police Leader in the Netherlands and the leading security and police officer during the period of 1940-1945. He reported directly to the Nazi SS-chief, Himmler, and in the second instance to the Nazi governor of the Netherlands, Arthur Seyss-Inquart. He was convicted in the Netherlands of crimes against humanity and executed by firing squad.