Iva Ikuko Toguri D'Aquino, a.k.a. "Tokyo Rose," was an American citizen who participated in English-language propaganda broadcasts by Radio Tokyo to Allied soldiers in the South Pacific during WW2.A POW at the end of the war, Tokyo Rose was held for a year and released. She was subsequently charged with high treason and received a 10-year sentence. She was pardoned by President Ford in 1977. She died in 2006, aged 90.
Bronislav Kaminski was the commander of the S.S. Sturmbrigade R.O.N.A., an anti-partisan formation made up of people from the so-called Lokot Autonomy territory in the Nazi Germany occupied areas of Russia. During the Warsaw Uprising, German commanders decided that the brigade was too undisciplined and unreliable. Heinrich Himmler used the misconduct of the Warsaw group as a pretext for having Kaminski and his leadership executed after trial by court martial in Litzmannstadt (Łódź).
Frederick II January 24, 1712 – August 17, 1786) was a King of Prussia (1740–1786) from the Hohenzollern dynasty. In his role as a prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire, he was Frederick IV (Friedrich IV) of Brandenburg. He became known as Frederick the Great (Friedrich der Große) and was nicknamed der alte Fritz ("Old Fritz").
Otto Skorzeny was a commando colonel in the German SS during WW2. He launched a secret glider assault on an impregnable US fort and rescued Mussolini. He fought to within a few miles of Moscow. He was one of Hitler's bodyguards. He led the Germans dressed as American MPs in the Battle of the Bulge and escaped prison after the war. He ran ODESSA and finally moved to S. America
Josias Erbprinz zu Waldeck-Pyrmont, the highest ranking prisoner among the accused, was an SS-Obergruppenführer and head of judicial matters in the district which included the city of Weimar and the Buchenwald camp. Waldeck was a member of the German royalty, who had joined the SS in 1929. He is shown in the photograph above, as he faced the Tribunal to hear his sentence of life in prison.