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Josef Bühler (1904 – 1948, sitting in the middle) was a secretary and deputy governor to the Nazi-controlled General Government in Kraków, Poland. He was intimately involved in the Final Solution. Bühler attended the infamous Wannsee Conference on Jan 20, 1942 as the representative from the Governor-General's office; the conference streamlined the collaboration between Nazi departments for the liquidation of European Jewry. In 1948 he was hanged for his troubles at his former seat of Krakow.
Fritz Sauckel (right) with Adolf Hitler. As the forced labor overlord in the 3rd Reich, Sauckel was responsible for the barbaric treatment of millions of foreign workers pressed into service by the Nazis. For his troubles, he was hanged in Oct 1946.