Brutal Nazi pervert SS girls
The ladies from our photo gallery make you forget about the term „fair sex“.
Hildegard Lächert (they called her Bloody Brigitta)
She was born in 1920 and became a nurse after her studies. When she was 22 years old, she appeared in the concentration camp at Majdanek. She then worked at Auschwitz and Mauthausen. She came across as a slick lady.
But the prisoners remember her as the lady with the whip who beat them until they breathed. She had one pregnant Jewish girl torn apart by a dog. She had other Jewish children drowned in the latrine. After the war, she was sentenced to 15 years. She served only nine years. She died peacefully in Berlin. She died in 1995 at the age of 75.
Irma Grese (sang a happy song to the executioner)
She was born in 1923 into a farmer’s family. Here her love of high boots was born and she learned to use a whip. She changed several jobs until she became an SS auxiliary in 1942. That same year she entered the women’s concentration camp at Ravensbrück.
She was then transferred to Auschwitz-Birkenau, where she was given the title of head warden. And she enjoyed it. She carried a pistol and a whip covered with cellophane (so that the blood could be washed off). She amused herself by sending starving dogs after the prisoners. She allegedly helped Josef Mengele with experiments on children.
After the war, she was given a rope. The night before her execution, she sang a cheerful song about the executioner’s craft and when asked at the gallows if she had any wishes, she laughed and said, „Faster.
Maria Mandl (Angel of Death in Gloves)
In Auschwitz, where she worked, she was most fulfilled by the selection of children. Those who would be executed now and those who would be executed later. But the pinnacle of her career was in the women’s concentration camp at Ravensbrück.
She walked among the prisoners in white gloves. She looked like the Angel of Death. She selected prisoners for medical experiments and occasionally kicked someone for fun.
In May 1945, she managed to escape from the Americans. But in the autumn of that year, she was captured and executed in 1948.
Ilse Koch (The Bitch from Buchenwald)
The wife of the Buchenwald commander Karl Koch, whom she met as a secretary in Sachsenhausen, was a mistress who loved horses and her whip.
She also collected art. If a prisoner had an interesting tattoo, she would covet it. And she got one. Her luxurious mansion was also decorated with the heads of prisoners. She dabbled in the occult and black magic, and many were convinced she was the Devil’s bride. She carried a whip with razor blades entwined in it, and her pastimes included forcing prisoners to have sex with each other en masse.
She was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1947 and committed suicide in her cell on 1 September 1967.
Juana Bormann (The Woman with the Dog)
Early in her career, Juana Bormann was a devout Catholic who helped people. When she was sent to the women’s concentration camp at Ravensbrück, she became quite a bitch.
She arrived at Auschwitz a sadistic beast, accompanied by her dog. She had a thing for wolfhounds. She liked it best when her animals were hungry and let them loose among the prisoners. She didn’t carry a whip, but she could wield a metal rod.
After the war, she claimed that she was in the concentration camp by accident and that she had the dog to play with. The court did not believe her. In 1945, she was hanged.