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    Mildred Elizabeth Gillars (nicknamed "Axis Sally"), a German-American who broadcast propaganda from Berlin. She was convicted of treason in 1949, was released on parole in 1961, and died in 1988.

    62-year-old Finnish-American volunteer soldier Hyvönen going to the front, in Mikkeli, Finland, on September 4, 1941. This was before Pearl Harbor and the US was not at war with Germany. Finland was a "co-combatant" of Hitler's; after Pearl Harbor all travel to enemy countries ceased and, with it, efforts to volunteer for service with the Axis was stopped as well.

    Anton Adriaan Mussert (11 May 1894, – 7 May 1946) was one of the founders of the National Socialist Movement in the Netherlands (NSB) and its formal leader. As such, he was the most prominent national socialist in the Netherlands before and during WW2. During the war, he was able to keep this position, due to the support he received from the Germans. After the war, he was convicted and executed for high treason.

    John Amery was a British fascist who proposed to the Wehrmacht the formation of a British volunteer force (that subsequently became the British Free Corps) and made recruitment efforts and propaganda broadcasts for Nazi Germany. He was executed for treason after the war.

    On 15 August 1945, Philippe Pétain was tried for his collaboration with the Nazis and convicted, and the 89-year-old Marshal was sentenced to death by firing squad. De Gaulle however stepped in and taking into account Pétain’s age and his First World War record, commuted Pétain’s death sentence to life imprisonment. Pétain was imprisoned, in relative luxury, on the island of Île d’Yeu, on the Atlantic coast of France. Increasingly frail, he needed constant care. He died on 23 July 1951, aged 95.

    This is Arild Hamsun, son of Norway's pre-eminent, world known writer and Nobel Prize winner Knut Hamsun. He was a volunteer of 5. Waffen SS Division "Viking". He is pictured here after having been decorated with the Iron Cross, 2nd class for bravery under fire. The photo was taken in October 1943 in Russia.

    Leader of the Dutch nazi party Anton Mussert is arrested on May 7th 1945. A year later on May 7th 1946 he would be executed.

    On September 2, 1944, just days after the Liberation of Paris secured the restoration of the French Republic, six collaborators were publicly shot in the foothills of the French Alps. They were the condemned of the first court-martial to sit in liberated France.

    Borislav Kaminski (3rd from left), Nazi collaborator and commander of a Russian regiment of pro-Nazi volunteers known as the "Kaminski Brigade," confers with German police officers on anti-partisan operations. Kaminski fell out of favor eventually and he was killed on August 28, 1944 under undetermined circumstances; one theory was that he was ambushed by partisans, another that he was arrested and shot by the Gestapo.

    U.S.-born Iva Toguri D'Aquino, who was dubbed 'Tokyo Rose' for broadcasting anti-American propaganda from Japan during World War II, was convicted of treason and sent to federal prison for about seven years (this picture was taken at the lockup in Alderson, West Virginia). D'Aquino was pardoned by President Gerald Ford in 1977.

    Mildred Elizabeth Gillars (November 29, 1900 – June 25, 1988), nicknamed "Axis Sally" along with Rita Zucca, was an American broadcaster employed by the Third Reich in Nazi Germany to proliferate propaganda during World War II. She was convicted of treason by the United States in 1949 following her capture in post-war Berlin.

    Belgian women who collaborated with the Germans during the occupation are forced to give the Nazi salute before their jeering countrymen. The women's heads were all shaven as part of their public humiliation.

    Soldiers of the Russian Liberation People's Army, a Nazi collaborationist organization, get tactical instructions from a German NCO (wearing German army cap), August 1943. Formed in occupied Belarus by two White emigres, S.V. Ivanov and Constantine Kromiadi, RONA fought alongside the Waffen SS. Eventually, the Germans suspected RONA of collaborating with Soviet partisans as well and dissolved the unit.

    Hannie Schaft. Last words to her Nazi collaborator executioners "I shoot better than you."

    Hannie Schaft. Last words to her Nazi collaborator executioners "I shoot better than you."

    Hannie Schaft. Last words to her Nazi collaborator executioners "I shoot better than you."

    Herta Kašparová, hanged at the age of 23 in Czechoslovakia in 1946 for collaborating with the Nazis.

    French Militiaman is Fastened to Stake Before his Execution, France, 1944 - HU031043 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. One of the six French militiamen found guilty of treason by collaborating with the Germans is fastened to a stake by a guard before his execution. September 13, 1944

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    Ruth Anderson, the only Norwegian woman to work at the Gestapo HQ, under arrest and awaiting trial.

    Josef Tiso, a Catholic priest, was the pro-Nazi leader of Slovakia during the war years. He collaborated with the Germans in deporting 73,000 Slovak Jews, mostly to Auschwitz, where they were all gassed. After the war, Tiso was tried, convicted, and hanged for his war crimes.

    Catholic priests give the Nazi salute near the Vilna ghetto in occupied Poland. It should be noted that the priests gave the salute voluntarily and with enthusiasm.

    Mass grave in the dunes at Waalsdorp, The Netherlands. Dutch collaborators and German war criminals are forced to exhume executed resistance fighters. Dutch police and Canadian soldiers supervise. August 1945.

    The arrest of a member of the Dutch nazi party NSB in Vriezeveen (1945).