Dorothea Binz

Dorothea Binz ( 16 of March of 1920 – 2 of maypole of 1947 ) was a supervisor of the SS in the concentration camp Ravensbrück during the Second World War .

He began his training in the concentration camp Ravensbrück the 1 of September of 1939 , which was Aufseherin under the direction of Emma Zimmer , Johanna Langefeld , Maria Mandel , and Anna Klein-Plaubel . He worked in the laundry and supervised torture.

In 1943 she was promoted to Stellvertretende Oberaufseherin where she trained women like Ruth Closius . He abused and tortured women, who had nicknamed her La Binz . Supposedly he had a boyfriend in the field named Edmund Bräuning with whom he cohabited until the end of 1944 when he was transferred to Buchenwald .

Binz Ravensbrück fled during one of the death marches , but was captured on 3 of maypole in 1945 by the British in Hamburg and imprisoned in Recklinghausen . She was tried and hanged in Hamelin on 2 of maypole in 1947 for war crimes perpetrated crimes against humanity .

See

  • Bergen-Belsen Trial
  • Josef Kramer
  • Irma Grese
  • Juana Bormann
  • Elisabeth Völkenrath
  • Irene Haschke
  • Johanna Langefeld
  • María Mandel
  • Hertha Bothe
  • Margot Drechsel
  • Ilse Koch
  • Emma Zimmer

Bibliography

  • The Camp Women: The Female Auxiliaries Who Assisted the SS in Running the Nazi Concentration Camp System , page 42
  • Johannes Schwartz: Handlungsräume einer KZ-Aufseherin. Dorothea Binz – Leiterin des Zellenbaus und Oberaufseherin, in: Im Gefolge der SS: Aufseherinnen des Frauen-Konzentrationslager Ravensbrück , Metropol , Berlin 2007, ISBN 978-3-938690-19-2 , p. 59-71.
  • Julia Duesterberg: Von der “Umkehr aller Weiblichkeit”. Gedächtnis und Geschlecht. Deutungsmuster in Darstellungen des nationalsozialistischen Genozids , Campus, Frankfurt / Main 2002, ISBN 3-593-37053-0 , p. 227-243.
  • Schäfer, Silke: Zum Selbstverständnis von Frauen im Konzentrationslager. Das Lager Ravensbrück. Berlin 2002
  • Wolfram Lavern: KZ-Aufseherinnen-Parteigängerinnen der NSDAP. Begleitband zur Ausstellung. Berlin 2007, p. 39.