Horst Fischer

Horst Paul Silvester Fischer (31 December 1912 – 8 July 1966) was a German medical doctor and member of the SS who participated in selections in Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp during World War II. He selected at least 70,000 prisoners to be gassed, then supervised their gassings. Although he avoided immediate detection after the war, Fischer's crimes came to light in the late 1950s. After tracking him down, Fischer was arrested by East German secret police officials in 1965. In a high-profile public case tried directly by the Supreme Court of East Germany, Fischer, the highest-ranking concentration camp doctor to ever stand trial in front of a German court, was found guilty of crimes against humanity and condemned to death. He was executed by guillotine in 1966. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Fischer, Horst
Published 1991
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by Kiełkowska, Alicja
Published 1989
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by Heßmer, Margret
Published 2001
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Published 1993
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Published 1993
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Published 1974
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Published 1974
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Published 1968
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Published 1968
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