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American flyers, murdered (23-24, (86) (222-223) (382-389) (392-393)

Bathing-to-death, (19-20) (33-34) (90-92) (103-108) (130-132) (142) (156) (163) (179)

(187) (232) (258-261) (347) (494-495) (501)

Block 2, camp office (211)

Block clerk’s duties (227-229)

Block leader’s duties (418)

Brothel (48-49) (172)

Buyer, Prisoner (272)

Canteen (82)

Capos, German in quarry (21) and Young Russians (213)

Censors, letters and packages (129a-132) (170) (155-174) (162) (172-176)

(209-211) (222) (244-255) (270-278) (325-338) (362-367) (350) (374-376) (see

also “mail theft”

Chain of guards (104-106) (129-134) (169-172) (221) (235-239) (242) (291-295)

(302-315)

Christian Scientist (224)

Command Post Bunker of the SS near the Jourhaus (86)

Crematorium (20) (232-234)

Crematorium crew, Spanish (92) Russian (164)

Chmielewski, drunken beatings of prisoners (119-126) (257-258)

Criminal Matters, NSDAP Office of (324)

Czechs, killed for taking notes (87)

Deaths, causes of (347) number in different years (376) (433)

Deathhead SS Standard Oranienburg (387) (396)

Details, Kippe 2 (134)

Detail leader’s duties (469-470) (477)

Electric wire (445-446)

Executions, (11-18)(165-166) (242-243) (380) (424-425)

“Extra” food distributed, (58) (172-176)

Extermination and Labor (169-170)

Escapes, resulting in executions (353)

Fire Guard [Brigade] (49-50) (158) (165-166) (216) (442-446) (450) (464)

Furloughs, given for murder (42) (134) (381)

Floridsorf, Vienna, subcamp of Mauthausen (281-284) (290)

Flossenbuerg Concentration Camp (288-290)

French, Red Cross Packages (364)

Gassings, 1945 (30-35) Russian POWs (98) (109-110) (218) (262-264) (275) and

Hartung’s (445-451) (474-478) (498)

Goynia [Gaynia] Polish city (185-186)

Guard Company, First (398)

Guard Company, Third (436)

Gusen Quarry (44) prisoners frozen to death (33)

Gusen II (110) (455-465)

Gusen III (201-204)

Glassenbach Prison (354)

Hartheim Castle, transports to (110)

Herogenbosch, Holland (350)

Hierarchy among prisoners (144-149)

Himmler, Reichsführer  (169) (350-351)

Home Guard, assisting in gassings (33)

Interpreter, role of in protective custody camp (402-403) (341)

Jehovah’s Witnesses, killed for taking notes (87) Lutterbach, Heinrich (206-211)

Jews (110) (265)

Kastenof [Kasten hoff and Kastenhoffen] Quarry (21) narrow gage railway (117-119)

(128) Conditions and murders in (133) (150) (170) Hartung and (158) Detail

Kasten hoff [sic] (387) (440-441) (463)

Lungitz (187) (201-204) and bakery (205)

Mail room, mail theft (18-21) (66) (79) (115-117) (121-125) (129a-132) (208) (214-215)

(325-338) (362-364) (350) (374-376) beatings associated with (337-340) (475-476) (488-489) (501-502)

Mauthausen, corpses taken to (20) (79) from gassing in 1945 (31)] (155) (161) (219)

mailroom (323) (329) SS living quarters (325) (342) SS training in (397)

Messerschmidt factory (33) (96) Detail Messerschmitt (387) (392)

Messerschmitts [sic] stores (186-187)

NSDAP Welfare Organization at Gusen I (324-325) (224) Party Headquarters at Gusen

(324-325)

 “Polish Volksdeutsche” (42)

Oranienburg (379)

Oberbruch [also Overbruch] (387)  prisoners pushed off upper quarry (21) Spaniard

murdered along narrow-gage railway (117-119) (381) (392) (382)

Rations (80)

Railway, narrow gage (117-119)

Poles (20) (96-97) (156) (87) (334) (21) (18) (30-35) (110)

Red Cross packages (87) (267) (278)

Role-call leaders’ duties (228-229)

Russian blocks (24) (30-35) (98) (109-110) (483-486)

Russians (17-18) (26) (88) (98) (134) (134-140) (406-422) (167)

(262-264) (275) (270-272) (350) (410-411) (411-419) (432-433) (419-422) (432-433) (499)

Russians, Young (96-107) (146-157) (164) (208-217) (266) (403) (416)

(401-406) (416) (431)

Schwchat, prisoners transferred to Florisdorf from (290)

Selections (165) (181-182)

Soap made from humans (432)

Spaniard, killed in showers (20) (156) murdered near narrow gauge rail in quarry

(117-119) (227) (393) “Red” receiving Red Cross packages (278) (364)

Spanish Republicans (99) (113)

Spotted fever (279) (346) (355) (499)

St. Georgen a/d Gusen, (22) (41) (110) (314)

(325-326) (472) (326) (328) (337) (383) (483)

Showers (18) (33-34) (90-2) (103-108) (130-132) (142)

SS Oranienburg Sachsenhausen (387) (396)

Tattoos dried (21) (432)

Torgau, detention center and Waffen SS (318-319)

Vienna-Floridsorf, subcamp of Mauthausen (281-284) (290)

Waffen SS (318-320) (322-323) active duty transferred from Gusen 1943 (468)