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The incredible Nancy Wake. She was a powerful WWII Nazi hunter and member of the French resistance. At one point she was #1 most wanted and most-hated by the Nazis. They called her "The White Mouse" because she always escaped them. Read about her--she is fascinating!


War criminal the butcher of Malmedy (1944) - SS-Standartenführer Joachim Peiper (right), serving with SS-Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler on the Eastern Front, is photographed in conversation with another officer probably in 1943. Peiper, adjutant to Heinrich Himmler between 1940 and 1941, was Himmler's protege and one of the most aggressive young panzer commanders of WW2. He survived the war and was killed by Nazi hunters in France in 1976.

from BBC News

Obituary: Sir Christopher Lee

Sir Christopher Lee, the veteran actor and star of many of the world's biggest film franchises, has died aged 93.

from Mail Online

The Nazi Hunter: Remarkable story of the Jewish refugee responsible for tracking down the Auschwitz commandant who slaughtered 3million people

Nazi hunter: Hanns Alexander, a Jewish refugee serving in the British Army, captured Rudolph Hoss


Hermine Braunsteiner, at Majdanek, selected women and children for execution, and whipped/stamped women to death. Nazi-hunters tracked her to USA. At her 1975 trial in Germany, a witness told how she “seized children by their hair and threw them on trucks heading to the gas chambers.” She directly murdered 80 people, abetted the murder of 102 children, and collaborated in the murder of 1,000 people. She was released in 1996 for health reasons. She died in 1999.


The Nazi Hunters: Andrew Nagorski: 9781476771861: Books

'Nazi hunter' says some WWII criminals still live in Canada -


Nazi captured in US Hermine Braunsteiner Ryan-Former guard at the Majdanek & Ravensbruck concentration camps. Then moved to the US in 1959 & became a citizen, after marrying an American. She settled in Queens until 1964 when a tip by Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal to the NY Times led to her exposure. In 1973, she became the first Nazi war criminal extradited from the US to WGermany. She went through multiple criminal trials and was eventually sentenced to life in prison in 1981.

from World News

Never too late: Nazi hunters tirelessly pursue 50 elderly Auschwitz war criminals

MAINZ, Germany -- In their search for justice that has endured for decades, the biggest challenge Nazi hunters face is time.  The knowledge that war criminals are escaping prosecution through death by natural causes means their task has