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.
Karl Herman Frank hanging from the neck in Prague, 1946, for his role in organizing the massacres of the people of the Czech villages of Lidice and Ležáky. He was the Higher SS and Police Leader and Secretary of State of the Reich Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.
Hermann Pister, born 21 February 1885 in Lübeck, died in 1949 in Landsberg am Lech. In October 1939, he was entrusted with the construction of special SS and Police Detention Camp Hinzert. On 21 December 1941 Pister was appointed commandant of Buchenwald. On 11 August 1947 he was sentenced to death by an American military court because of his crimes in Buchenwald. Pister died in prison before the sentence was carried out. He was responsible for the death of 70 Russian prisoners in Hinzert.
Jürgen Stroop (1895-1952 in Warsaw, Poland), was a high-ranking Nazi Party and SS official during WW2. He was best known for his role in liquidating the Warsaw Ghetto and for his book-length account of the operation titled "The Warsaw Ghetto Is No More." Stroop was sentenced to death for war crimes during the Dachau Trials in 1947. He was later extradited to Poland where he was also tried and convicted of crimes against humanity. He was hanged by Polish authorities in 1952.