List of persons mentioned other than defendants. Page numbers are given to help researchers find approximate location of information. Misspellings and variants uncorrected but noted where it seems appropriate. Additional information from outside sources kept at a minimum:

 

Altfuldisch, SS at Mauthausen [no rank given in this trial] (247) (251)

Beck, Second in Command at Gusen I (38) (94) (230) (469)

Becker, SS Block Leader and work detail leader of Kastenhof Quarry (151) (408)

Brust, roll call leader or report fuehrer (13) (18) (25) (183) (229) (345) present at

gassings (409) (438) (487)

Buler, officer in SS guard company (234)

Cinca, Spanish prisoner who worked in Gusen I post office (94)

Chmielewski, Camp Commandant Gusen I (25) (126) (146) (119-126) (156) (183) (230)

(257-258) (343-345) (349) (368) (399) (423) (401-402) (405) (432-434) (438)

(446) (472) (486-488) [Spelled Schmielewski (199-126) (146) (162)]

Cunejek, [also Cynajek, Sunajek] an inmate who worked in the post office behind the

camp (117)  prisoner who helped censor mail (161) (245) (176)

Damaschke, Roll Call Leaders or report fuehrer (13) (229) also Damaski (345) (399)

(498)

Fassler, SS close to Chmielewski (399)

Fiegler, capo “located at Block 4”(45)

Fiessel , First Sergeant, SS in charge of distributing packages (121-125)

[Spelled Fuessel (162-165) (176)]

Filipiak, Polish prisoner (187)

Fissel, SS Labor Service Leader Gusen Quarry [SS rank unspecified] (469)

Fuessel, First Sergeant, SS [also spelled Fiessel] in charge of distributing packages

(121-125) (162-165) (176)

Gaertner, Fire Guard (49-50) (165-167)

Goscienski, Dr. Polish prisoner doctor, Gusen I (80)

Gross, Tech Sergeant (350) (399) (487)

Guyer, prisoner who received Red Cross

Habben, SS Captain in charge of battalion within 13th SS Regiment Vienna [not entirely

clear from transcript] (435) (438)

Himmler, Reichsführer SS, visits to Gusen (169) orders regarding mail (350-351)

Iffert, Block fuehrer 162

Jentz (18) (25) [see also Yentsch 183]

Jentsch, SS Master Sergeant involved in bathing-to-death (259-260) (345) head clerk

under Chmielewski (345) (399) (438) [see also Jentz (18) (25)] [see also Yentsch 183] [Jentzsch, SS (399) present at gazations (409) (487) (496)]

Jentzsch, SS (399) present at gazations (409) (487) (496) [see also Jentz (18) (25)] [see

also Yentsch 183] [ see also Jentzsch, SS (399) present at gazations (409) (487) (496)

Jungblutt, SS involved in bathing-to-death (260)

Kaiser, SS Sergeant (389)

Krstechmar, SS Sergeant (389)

Kalemba, Polish stone cutter (160)

Kiedermann (13) Roll Call Leaders or report fuehrer (229)

Killerman, SS involved in bathing-to-death (259)

Kirschner, rank not identified (30) also Kirchner (487)

Kiesuwuetter, Dr. SS (264) (275)

Kluge, SS Technical Sergeant (229) (345) (399) (438) (487)

Knockl, SS Tech Sergeant in second in charge of Gusen (151) (345) block leader

present at gassings (409) (408)

Konradi, SS First Lieutenant in charge of Third Guard Company Gusen (436) (438)

Krause, an inmate who worked in the post office behind the camp (117) (162) (172)

(also witness in this trial)

Kuehtreier, SS block or detail leader in [unspecified] stone quarry (408)

Leitzinger, Josef Gusen II Capo shot to death (455-462)

Losen, Capo [possible misspelling of Van Loosen] (498)

Losen, Hans [possible misspelling of Van Loosen]  camp capo (495)

Lowicz, Second Camp Leader Gusen I (230)

Lupinksi [also Stupinksi (109) and Slupinski (409)] Austrian civilian who released gas in

Barracks (112)

 Alternate name for Austrian who released gas in barracks at Gusen I (112)

Lutterback, (113) SS mentioned in connection with Russian camp

Lynch, SS Master Sergeant, supervised “bathings-to-death” (146) (162)

Marino, Spanish prisoner, Crematorium Detail Gusen I (92)

Matejo, Ukrainian guard (50)

Nogaj, prisoner working in mail room (172) (245) also Nogai (354)

Mueller, SS First Lieutenant, SS Lt. Col. Obermayer’s deputy in charge of guard

companies at Gusen (291)

Obermayer, SS Lt. Colonel (210-211) (234-235) Obermeier (291)

Peist, SS Sergeant, work leader in Kastenhof Quarry 1942 (133)

Patalas, Polish prisoner (185-186)

Polwiet, SS Sergeant involved in shooting of prisoner Leitzinger (455-462)

Reichert, Tech Sergeant, SS who distributed packages (121-125) (162-165) SS Master

Sergeant (393)

Riemer, SS Chief of Guard (110) present at execution (242) (297)

Rismer [note similarity to Riemer] officer in SS guard company (234)

Sauer, SS Sergeant involved in shooting of American flyer (384)

Sberena (name is very obscure on copy) report of prisoner who survived showers (143)

Seidler, Camp Commandant Gusen I (10) Zeidler (25) Zeigler (31) (165-167) (409)

Series (probably Ziereis) (17)

Schimmel, Capo (158-159)

Schmidt, SS head clerk under Seidler (345) Tech Sergeant, clerk of protective custody

camp (468)

Schmitt, SS guard present at execution (242) SS Tech Sergeant present at gassing (498)

Schmutzler officer in SS guard company (234)

Shroegel [or Schraegle 132] (130-131)

Slupescky, SS rank not identified (25)

Slupinkski [see also Stupinski (109) and Lupinski 112] Austrian civilian present at

gassings in Tyrolean outfit (409)

Smernov (408) Russian SS, block leader and interpreter in Russian camp, former Captain

of Cossacks (408)

Streitweisser, SS [rank unspecified here] in Chmielewski’s group (487)

Sunajek, [also Cynajek, Synejek] an inmate who worked in the post office behind the

camp (117) prisoner working in mailroom (161) (245) (176)

Synejek, [also Cynajek, Sunajek] an inmate who worked in the post office behind the

camp (117) prisoner who helped censor mail (161) (245) (176)

Stupinski, [also Lupinksi (112) and Slupinski (409)] Austrian civilian who released gas in

Barracks (109)

Toni, Gypsy [sic] stonemason (188)

Tuttas, Wilhelm or Willie, American murdered (29) (158-164) (266) (274) (441)

(444-445)

Vaessen, SS Guard Commander at Gusen I. (52) executions (53) (112) (234) present at executions (242) (292)

Vetter, Dr. Prisoner at Gusen I (222)

Voight, Otto, SS guard who volunteered to execute prisoners (53)

Wolfram, Engineer Paul (158-159)

Yentzsch, called “invalid welfare officer” by prisoners (183) [see also Jentz (18) (25)]

[ See also Jentsch involved in bathing-to-death (259-60) (345) head clerk

under Chmielewski (345) (399) (438)] [see also Jentzsch, SS (399) present at gazations (409) (487) (496)]

Zeigler [probably Seidler from context] (31)

Ziereis, Commandant of Mauthausen (156) son of (157) [spelled Series 17] (208) (232)

(234) (240) (336) (360) (413) (475)

Zinkervrell, Amadea, Spanish prisoner working in mailroom Gusen I (245)