After the war did any Nazis commit suicide?
Several high-ranking Nazis killed themselves as the war was ending, including Hitler and Eva Braun. Also, Goering killed himself while in prison.
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Answer . Hitler poisond himself but it didnt work so he shot himself in the mouth . The story of his death was and is in the Russian archives including some of his remains. This was hidden by Stalin and the soviet from the rest of the allies for unknown reasons. Until the fall of communism… and people got access to those archives . (MORE)
Well I don't think you can charge someone for killing themselves. __________________ That's true, but if you attempt suicide and live, as so many maimed unfortunate people do, then you can be charged for a lot of expenses. Suicide also nullifies life insurance policies, so it costs a lot more fo…r the people left behind. It is a big mess all around. My mom worked in a hospice taking care of several people who had tried to commit suicide and just succeeded in making their lives more unbearable (one guy tried to shoot himself, and his gun slipped and he blew his face off, but didn't touch his brain... so he had to live with an open wound for a face... for a long time). It's an all-around bad idea... especially for the people left behind who have to clean up the mess. It is illegal in Alaska. The penalty for attempted suicide is death. (MORE)
Actually it's surprisingly hard to do. Over the millions of yearshumans have been evolving, a significant part of that developmenthas been systems that keep you from dying easily. One of thosesystems is pain. And so, most methods HURT. And, for the same reasons, most methods are less than sure. Hum…anssurvive amazing injuries, including self-inflicted ones. And whilesome people consider suicide, very few want to injury themselvesgrievously and then survive it for 10 or 20 years. To give an answer to an honest question: The methods that ensure near instant (and hence painless) andrelatively sure death tend to only include catastrophic, gruesomemeans and require either significant threats to others or the useof chemical energy or both. An example would be servering the first cervical vertebra from thecerbral cortex by inserting a gun in one's mouth and inflicting aself inflicted gunshot wound to the head. The projectile willremain lethal for some distance after exiting the body, however,and may strike others and produce fatal wounds, depending oncaliber. Missing the correct point is likely, but the release ofproplenant gasses in the mouth will inflict such excessive damagethat death will be highly likely and very rapid. Falling from a great height onto a hard surface, will produceexceptional instant trauma, with the attendant risk of striking aperson below. Explosives will produce similar instant results with virtual suretyof lethality given a significant charge, with an attached extremedanger to others. (MORE)
Animals and Suicide This is a very sensitive and charged topic, and has many perspectives from different philosophies and religions, with disagreement even among professionals in the fields of animal cognition and behaviorology. Suicide involves a sense of awareness and emotion; both of which a…re hard to measure in general, and become an even more complicated issue when dealing with animals. These kinds of questions are philosophical, in part religious (what is death? What does knowledge of it mean? What is consciousness?), and crucially even have sharply divided answers within the fields of behaviorology (depending not on the science, but on the religious and philosophical perspectives of the researchers). To give a single "No" answer to this , would seem just as misleading as to give a single "No" answer to the "does god exist?" question. Assuming a negative because we can't say for sure on a topic doesn't seem to be precedent. The most important point is that because we can't determine what's going on in the mind of another - any other, even other people (see Solipsism) - the question is essentially unanswerable in any absolute sense. Something like this would be more consistent, to provide a more broad and comprehensive perspective: Some say NO... In order for an act to be classified as "suicide," the agent must know that what it is about to do will end its life; it must possess some concept of death. So the crucial question becomes whether or not non-human animals possess such a concept. In order to have this awareness, the agent must also understand that it could exist in one of two possible states: alive or dead. Some scientists believe that these sorts of thoughts are far too abstract for any known animal to think, even including the more intelligent, non-humans like Chimpanzees, Bonobos, and Dolphins. So, No, many people believe animals do not commit suicide as such. Some Say Yes... Yet, How can you deny the numerous stories of animals who deliberately hurt themselves when put in captivity, or pets who starve themselves and die after the loss of their master? The animal puts it's life in jeopardy because it is 'unhappy.' Whether this is conscious or unconscious is the question at hand and whether this 'unhappines' leads to death, or suicide is hard to prove. The real answer is NO ONE KNOWS But we can try to understand this topic better by looking at research, stories, science and contributor input ...... Additional concerns: Suicide, with regards to a seemingly deliberate action ending one's life with no other apparent purpose, is regularly engaged in by many species of animals (see some examples in the next section)- the contentious issue is whether those creatures genuinely understand the concept of death, and that their actions will result in it- that is, while the action itself may have been apparently deliberate, we can not know for certain if the desired effect was deliberately suicide (and not, for example, merely self harm). 'Yes' Reasoning: Due to the ubiquity of fear of death among humans, and our knowledge of evolutionary biology and behavior of near-relatives, we can intuit that fear of death is on some level instinctual, and as such, that knowledge itself could be understood in the same way for humans and many other animals- as an instinctual fear. In that sense, even when we cannot survey other species of animals on the topic, we can understand that a dog jumping from a building is probably confronting that same instinctual fear- in the presence of essentially the same knowledge of mortality as humans possess- and is committing suicide. Beyond the instinctual knowledge argument, many animals have been taught human language, and can express basic knowledge of life and death and very acute self-awareness in rigorous testing. Some argue that this knowledge is not sincere, but a form of parroting- not only is this argument flawed due to also being an argument for Solipsism (the belief that one's own consciousness is the only consciousness, and all other people and other animals around one are essentially automitons); but from a cognition perspective, actual knowledge is also much simpler than such complex parroting, and so should be assumed as the simplest scientific explanation (as per Occam's razor). From this perspective, the answer would amount to a resounding 'Yes' with regards to some animals being capable of suicide, however, some believe that the knowledge itself is contained in linguistic memes and the abstract thought granted a mind by a language, which could mean only those other species which have been taught human language and abstract thought would necessarily inherit that knowledge from humans. That is to say, the signing gorilla Koko would understand the concepts, but a wild gorilla may or may not- this would depend on whether the animal languages used by the species contain a concept of death (which, because we have a poor grasp of those languages, would be impossible to say at the moment). Many Eastern religions which relate sentience to reincarnation and shared souls would also argue for that fundamental self-awareness, indicating that other species of animals can commit suicide, while most of the Abrahamic religions are silent or inconclusive on the topic. 'No' Reasoning: If very precise and intellectual knowledge of death is required to qualify death as deliberate (rather than a general instinctual one), the issue becomes much more complicated. Quite controversially, this could even disqualify many people as having committed suicide because they, "do not understand what death is"; a theist and atheist could equally suggest that the other doesn't understand death, and so is acting on false pretenses in engaging in what would otherwise be a suicidal action, obfuscating the intent. If death really means oblivion, then is attempting to transport oneself to another spiritual universe really suicide? Conversely, if death means passing on to another realm, is attempting to annihilate oneself really suicide? Some theists within a religion believe that animals share inherent knowledge of the true nature of life and death with humans, while others believe this knowledge is exclusively divinely gifted to humans or even that it can only be understood in the context of a single true human religion, which would make it incoherent to imagine animals possessing this knowledge (or people of another religions possessing it)- as such, this issue is contentious in almost all circles, because it is rarely conclusively addressed by scripture. Some religious sects also believe that non-human animals are automatons without any real knowledge or emotion at all (philosophical zombies), which are incapable of acting with genuine intellectual deliberation because they lack free will as granted by humans through the 'soul' (which has various theological origins, from inception, to creation, to temporary habitation by divine spirits)- this, likewise, would make animal suicide only apparent reflex rather than deliberate action. Whether death, and the knowledge of it, is understood rationally, scientifically, philosophically, or spiritually is of crucial importance to the question of animal suicide. Additional Input and Examples: Some animals, such as birds and mammals display obvious signs of emotions such as happiness, excitement but also sadness, depression, and loneliness. When driven to extremes animals will terminate their own lives be it by starvation, suffocation, or blunt force trauma. The most common type of animal self-termination is that in which an animal (like a dog) forms a very strong bond with either a human being or another an animal and then loses that significant other. Many intelligent animals form such bonds and they engage in a broad array of behaviors indicating that they are aware of the absence of their companion. For example, dogs in such situations sometimes go into depression and reject food and attention until they eventually die. The inactivity caused by depression is not the same as suicide, even though it may lead to death. If dogs were to actively engage in behavior that would obviously lead to their own demise, like throwing themselves under cars or running off cliffs, then this could indicate awareness of death and thus be considered suicide. A much more plausible explanation for the fatal inactivity of dogs and other intelligent mammals is that they are paralyzed by feelings of grief and loss. Observed behavior does not suggest that they know that their lives will cease. . Tarsiers have been known to intentionally injure or kill themselves due to unhappiness or stress of being in an enclosure. Because of this reason they are not in zoos. In captivity, the tarsier can be so extremely distressed it may die of psychological trauma and have even been reported to smash their heads against objects resulting in fatality. . Some zoologists have noted that African Elephants deliberately pick up and scatter the bones of deceased elephants. This could be taken as a sign that they are aware of their own mortality, but elephants do not engage in nearly the range of behaviors we would expect if they were truly aware that they could die. The bone scattering could be explained in a variety of other ways. It could, for example, be a simple survival behavior that hides their migration routes or feeding patterns. . As opposed to elephants, all known human cultures indicate their awareness of death in many different ways. Even though the world's cultures have tremendously different ideas about what happens to an individual after life ends, they all agree that some dramatic change of state occurs at the moment of death. Moreover, each culture indicates its awareness of mortality through a combination of rituals, taboos, myths, and linguistic expressions. In order to conclude that a species is aware of either life or death, it should also exhibit a broad range of indicative behaviors. No known animal engages in a sufficiently wide range behaviors that could exhibit awareness of either life or death. Without such an awareness, animals cannot be said to commit suicide even though they may inadvertently kill themselves. . It has also been observed that, under the right circumstances, scorpions will commit suicide by repeatedly stinging themselves in the head. These circumstances generally involving very high temperature situations. This behavior is likely an attempt by the scorpion to use its neural toxin to alleviate its current discomfort. Because scorpions show no other signs of being aware that such a thing as death exists, we have no reason to call this suicide. . Some animals die because of their own actions but it is difficult to classify that as Suicide. When certain bees sting or mate, they lose their stinger and die from that injury. There is little evidence suggesting that bees know that the use of their stinger will result in their own death. . The same occurs when some types of spiders mate. The male is sometimes eaten by the female shortly after the copulate. Then in other situations the female has her eggs hatch within herself so they can have a nutritious meal as they eat their way out. The same is the case with Praying Mantises. Either after (or DURING) the mating process, the female eats the males head and eventually the rest of his body. . All of these examples suggest that animals can kill themselves under certain circumstances but that they do so inadvertently. Even depressed animals who are clearly suffering great emotional pain, do not seem to be aware that their inactivity will lead to their own death. . Lemmings also are said to take their own lives. Seeing as these fat little rodents can't swim, they sink. So when they leap into the water -forgot why the heck they do- they sink. (MORE)
Philip St. George Cocke was the Confederate general who committedsuicide during the American Civil War. He killed himself onDecember 26, 1861.
There were Japanese pilots, Kamikaze pilots, who flew their planes into Allied ships attempting to sink them.
I was told that a scorpion will sting itself if it's surrounded by a circle of fire, and it doesn't see a way out.
No! He is still alive and performs. This is a rumor that started in 1992. To learn more visit www.snopes .com and type in "Bobby Mcferrin's suicide".
I have not read anywhere that she had committed suicide. I read multiple times that she died from "male di mare" (illness of the womb), possibly in childbirth or some kind of venereal disease. I have also read that she died from a fever. Never suicide.
No.In some religions this is a sin. I believe that God created us for something great. When we commit suicide then we rob ourselves of the opportunity to fulfill this. Suicide is cruel to those that we leave behind. There is no problem that we can't get through no matter how bad. It may just take t…ime. Life is a gift. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes, life is a truly wonderful gift..... then we inevitably die and drift into oblivion.... Looking at this from a non-religious perspective, I think that every individual has the right to take their own life, no matter how selfish it may seem. It's safe to say that nine out of ten times when a person kills themselves it's usually due to psychological torment for which there is usually no remedy or cure. Since everyone knows that death is inevitable for us all, the suicidal individual knows that they aren't really doing anything wrong because someday they're going to die anyway; they're merely expediting the process. When a person feels so depressed and psychologically and emotionally troubled, life itself feels more like a prison than anything, a sick joke if you will. The only way to free yourself from this merciless existence is to kill yourself. In my mind, this is how a suicidal person would be thinking, that is if they're suffering from extensive psychological torment. (MORE)
By 2009, an Army study concludes the suicide rate of soldiers wasover 30 per 100,000. This percentage was for soldiers who had beendeployed to Iraqi and Afghanistan. The suicide rate for those whowere not deployed during the same time period was between 25 and 30per 100,000. These numbers kept incre…asing until 2012. (MORE)
Committing suicide means a person is in the act of taking their own life or killing themself.
When the Ottoman empire committed the massacres against the Armenians and they raped the women and especially the young girls a lot of those girls drowned themselves in order to escape from their terrifying fate.
Technically it can be anywhere. Some places are more favorable than others due to clean-up concerns and whether or not you want people to find you. I am sorry you are one of the people that have to consider things like this. Try talking to someone. There are confidential numbers and websites that c…an help you without complicating things further. Here are a few numbers: . In the US you can call 1-800-784-2433 (toll-free) . In the UK you can call 08457 90 90 90 (local rate call) . In CANADA you can call the toll free Hotline 1-800-448-3000 . TTY - National Hotline 1-800-448-1833 . In Ireland you can call 1850 60 90 90 . In Australia you can call Lifeline on 13 11 14 (local call) . In Australia you can call the special Kids Help Line on 1800 55 1800 (toll-free) . (MORE)
While there are no hard numbers, about 100,000 veterans of Vietnamhave committed suicide. Many of them suffered with post traumaticstress disorder that was never treated or treated properly.
In my experience, yes they do -- clearly. Sometimes, the pain caused is intentional; other times in spite of the survivors. I'd say that most suicides are very clear about who will be hurt in the aftermath. Another Answer: I would say yes also. But the vast majority have pain worse than the pa…in they feel for hurting others. Suicide is about them and how they feel and it's not that they don't care that they hurt people, it's that they have such strong emotions going on in their heads. (MORE)
What nation's soldiers? Which Persian Gulf War?. 1. Iran-Iraq War 1980-1988. 2. Operation Desert Storm Jan/Feb '91. 3. Operation Iraqi Freedom 2003-
An estimate of the total suicide deaths of veterans of the Vietnam War is about 9,000. Studies show that in the first five years after returning from the war, veterans were 1.7 times more likely to commit suicide than non-Vietnam veterans.
Many victims of bullying commit suicide due to bullying. Without help, victims will go to a self-injure stage, then it'll become more and more drastic and dangerous, which shall lead up to suicide.
This is controlled at the state level and currently only one state allows assisted suicide (or euthanasia) and that is Oregon. \n. \nThere are three states that do not have laws criminalizing assisted suicide and they are: North Carolina, Utah and Wyoming. \n. \nIn Ohio, that state's supreme court… ruled in October 1996 that assisted suicide is not a crime.\n. \nIn Virginia, there is no real clear case law on assisted suicide , nor is there is a statute criminalizing the act, although there is a statute which imposes civil sanctions on persons assisting in a suicide.\n. \nMost European countries allow assisted suicide in cases where the patient is terminally ill. (MORE)
Paalen had bipolar disorder and was addicted to drugs and alcohol as well. I suspect that those issues contributed to his decision to take his life. Elena Poniatowska writes in her impeccably researched historical novel "Leonora" that Paalen was (in addition to being plagued by depression) out of m…oney and on his third marriage. Poniatowska suggests that Paalen simply followed Schopenhaur's philosophy: "A follower of Schopenhauer, for whom the most intelligent solution was to take one's own life, [Paalen] followed his teachings to the letter" (407, my translation). (MORE)
No, Rich Mullins did not commit suicide. He was killed in a caraccident in 1997.
No, he studied the subject from a sociological perspective- by differing occupations, working classes, etc. he found Scientists and Engineers had the lowest tendency towards suicide by occupational class. When he was writing psychiatrists did not exist as a medical specialty- they are reported to ha…ve the highest incidence of suicide- you work with nuts all the time, you get like them, Nuts are an everyday occupational hazard of Psychiatry- and you can imagine their wild tales on the couch. (MORE)
That depends on a tremendous number of factors. Most importantly, since you categorized the question as Depression and Bipolar, let's stick to them. Bipolar patients of all kinds are 10 to 20 times more likely to commit suicide in any given year than the general population. This means .4% of all B…ipolar patients commit suicide per year. However that general number is not very telling; there are other factors to consider. Drug and alcohol use increases the risk. As does gender; as in the general population, men are half as likely to attempt suicide as women, but twice as likely to succeed in the attempt. Thus, being a man increases the risk. Access to weapons increases the risk. Going off medication increases the risk, as does high stress. A family history of suicide greatly increases the risk. (MORE)
nope.bradley was running away from the police on the top of a building and he tripped and fell... DOWN....dOwN....down......!
They have the right to commit suicide as it is their life that they are taking. However, there may be a reasonable question as to the person's mental capacity or motivation for wishing to do so. That is an issue that may be properly raised, but there is a legal route for so doing, such as by having …a guardian appointed when a person threatens to take his/her own life. My thinking is that most forms of life, even imperfect ones, are usually better than death. Except in exceptional circumstances (and one must define "exceptional" for oneself), someone can generally "repurpose" their life and reinvent themself to make life worthwhile. I purposely omit any religious "advantages" of death, which I, for one, discount. For some, life is not always better than death, such as incurable and painful poor health that will surely result in death in the short term. In that case hospice care is far preferable than an affirmative act of suicide, as hospice attends to both the ill person and the family. Suicide, by its nature, affects more people than the soon-to-be-deceased. Therefore, unless plans have been made for those who depend upon that person, it seems to me to be a selfish act. (MORE)
Juliet took a potion that looked like she died, so after the burial, she could be with Romeo. When Romeo saw that Juliet was pronounced dead, he committed suicide to die by her side.
It is to be assumed there may still be Nazi War Criminals out there. As so many people participated in the Nazi Party, it is impossible to assume that all Nazi War criminals were captured.
Rudolf Walter Richard Hess was a prominent figure in Nazi Germany, acting as Adolf Hitler's Deputy in the Nazi Party. On 17 August 1987, Hess died while under Four Power imprisonment at Spandau Prison in West Berlin, at the age of 93. He was found in a summer house in a garden located in a secure ar…ea of the prison with an electrical cord wrapped around his neck. His death was ruled a suicide by self-asphyxiation. (MORE)
A few did, but not too many. It was considered a shameful thing when one did, and men were reluctant to speak or write candidly about it, not wishing to disparage the dead. Men were much, much more religious then than is common today, and tended to put it all in God's hands. Religious teaching was a…gainst suicide, and the prevalence of religion and reliance on the Lord also helps explain the breathtaking courage routinely displayed - they were letting the Lord do His Will. Those of faint heart often found it easy to slip away and desert the colors. (MORE)
It would be "commit suicide", because you do it to yourself, and can only do it (right) once. To "commit a suicide" would imply multiple are possible, which is not true, using the indefinite article, "a".
It didn't officially end on the day Hitler committed suicide, but his suicide did signal that the end of WW2 was very close.
Some, like Maria Mandel, the head of the Auschwitz Women's Camp. were put on trial, convicted and hanged.
When you say "suicidal people" you probably mean people who are at risk of killing themselves. This risk might be low or moderate or high and it can change from day to day, week to week, month to month. The 'risk' level can only be ascertained by a rigorous assessment for suicide procedure by a co…mpetent, qualified person. Only after a person is found dead and it is believed that they died by suicide can you begin to analyse any information (from medical practitioners and other professionals, friends, relatives, neighbours and anyone who knew the person well) that might help you to understand the state of mind of the person at the time that they decided to take their own life. Also some people who kill themselves do so 'out of the blue' that is without anyone suspecting that their state of mind is such that they are 'at risk of suicide'. One study concluded that up to 45% of suicides may be in this category. So it is not possible to answer your question with a number. Anyone that you believe to be "suicidal" should be encouraged to seek help from a qualified health care practitioner as soon as possible. (MORE)
Adolph Hitler This ended WWII in Europe, but not yet in Asia, as the American Allied forces were still battling Japanese forces during this time.
April 30, 1945. He shot himself in the head while simultaneously biting down on a cyanide capsule. He wanted to make sure he wasn't alive when the Red Army stormed the Fuhrerbunker.
One person committed suicide because of World War II was Adolf Hitler, the Nazi dictator of Germany. He made a pact with his girlfriend Eva Braun that they would both kill themselves in his secret bunker. Also, Rudolf Hess, a pilot for Germany, crash-landed in the British Isles. He landed in a field… of a local farmer. The farmer found him and kept him under constant watch. After the war ended, he was in the Nuremberg Trials of Nazi War Crimes, and was found guilty. He was sentenced to life in prison, but he shot himself soon after. The government will officially release information about him in 2017. (You might be able to find this information on WikiLeaks). Many other people who were tried at Nuremberg also killed themselves before they were sentenced. (MORE)
Rommel was linked to an attempt to kill Hitler ------------ True, Rommel was linked to the attempted assassination of Hitler on July 20, 1944. But that wasn't the whole story. The norm in the German army for high treason was execution. And, if you were a soldier (especially a high-ranking o…ne, like Rommel), your family lost your military benefits and pensions, too. But Rommel was considered a hero at home in Germany for his exploits in the North Africa campaign. Hitler feared that killing him would make the public turn against him. So he offered Rommel a choice - enter the high courts, go to trial for treason, and ultimately be executed, rendering his military pension nonexistent. Or, he could take a cyanide capsule and die quietly. The official report on Rommel's death was that his vehicle was strafed with machine gun fire by an enemy plane. His family got to keep his pension, and Hitler didn't look like a monster to the German public (not yet, anyway). (MORE)
There were no listings for scholarships specifically for children with parents who committed suicide. However, there are a number of scholarships available for children who have lost a parent for any reason, including suicide. US News has listings for such scholarships.
The most important source of our understanding of the trial and death of Socrates are the relevant dialogues of Plato, particularly APOLOGY, CRITO, and PHAEDO. Socrates did not actually commit suicide in the usual sense. He was sentenced to death after a trial and, instead of escaping from prison …when he had the opportunity, he accepted the death penalty. He did so because he found the alternatives unacceptable. . (MORE)
Because you are so unbelievably epressed you feel there is no way to fix anything besides killing your self
The following US Representatives and Senators committed suicidewhile in office: SC Rep. James Blair (1834), PA Rep. William S.Ramsey (1840), AL Rep. Felix Grundy McConnell (1846), KS SenatorJames H. Lane (1866), CT Senator Frank Brandegee (1924), IL SenatorJoseph McCormick (1925), PA Rep. Samuel Ken…dall (1933), NC Rep.Joseph W. Ervin (1945), WY Senator Lester Hunt (1954), PA Rep.Douglas Elliot (1960), MD Rep. William Mills (1973), and NC SenatorJohn P. East (1986). The majority killed themselves in WashingtonDC. (MORE)
No........... One of the rumors floating around after Warren Harding's death was that he committed suicide to avoid impeachment and disgrace. However, it is more likely that he had coronary artery disease due to his unhealthy lifestyle, and medical negligence contributed to his death. There was a s…trange mix of folk medicine and evolving science during this period. Distinguished physicians often recommended smoking for their tense patients, so ignorance was a common occurrence in medical circles of the time. References: "The Strange Life and Death of President Harding" by Russell Aiuto (MORE)
Many Berliners took their families' lives near the end, rather than face the wrath of the advancing Russian army.
Kamikazes, or "divine winds", used a suicide-airplane attack to destroy Allied ships and trenches. The famous kamikazes were implented during the attack of Pearl Harbor,
Some Nazis who worked in the concentration camps did commit suicide because, either the sound of Jews screaming whiles being gassed,shot etc.. or they couldn't cope of killing the Jews
Here's a few Hans Aumeier - Guilty, sentenced to death August Bogusch - Guilty, sentenced to death Therese Brandl - Guilty, sentenced to death Arthur Breitwiser - Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment Alexander BÃ¼low - Guilty, sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment Fritz Buntro…ck - Guilty, sentenced to death Luise Danz - Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment Erich Dinges - Guilty, sentenced to five years' imprisonment Wilhelm Gehring - Guilty, sentenced to death Paul GÃ¶tze - Guilty, sentenced to death Maximilian Grabner - Guilty, sentenced to death Hans Hofmann - Guilty, sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment Rudolf HÃ¶Ã - Guilty, sentenced to death Karl Jeschke - Guilty, sentenced to three years' imprisonment Heinrich Josten - Guilty, sentenced to death Oswald Kaduk - Guilty, sentenced to 25 years' imprisonment Hermann Kirschner - Guilty, sentenced to death Josef Kollmer - Guilty, sentenced to death Johann Kremer - Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment Hildegard LÃ¤chert - Guilty, sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment Arthur Liebehenschel - Guilty, sentenced to death Anton Lechner - Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment Eduard Lorenz - Guilty, sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment Herbert Ludwig - Guilty, sentenced to death Maria Mandel - Guilty, sentenced to death Adolf Medefind - Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment Karl MÃ¶ckel - Guilty, sentenced to death Kurt Mueller - Guilty, sentenced to death Erich Muehsfeldt - Guilty, sentenced to death Hans MÃ¼nch - Acquitted Detlef Nebbe - Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment Alice Orlowski - Guilty, sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment Ludwig Plagge - Guilty, sentenced to death Franz Romeikat - Guilty, sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment Richard SchrÃ¶der - Guilty, sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment Hans Schumacher - Guilty, sentenced to death Karl Seufert - Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment Paul Szczurek - Guilty, sentenced to death Johannes Weber - Guilty, sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment (MORE)
Nazi war war criminals were brought to justice at the Nuremberg Trials, where British French, Russian, and American civilain and military judges heard evidence against dozens of high ranking German officers and civilian leaders.
You have so much more to live for! You can't give up on life. Bestrong.
People feel the need to take their own life because they may feeluseless, ignored, alone, something may have happened to them (deathof a friend/family member, accident, assult, bullying). It could beanything, even just a moment of bad stuff. If you feel ignored, alone, like nobody cares then call a …hotline.In Australia, kidshelpline is awesome. You won't be alone, orignored. They can help you on decideding what to do next. It is allabout you and you have control on everything on a hotline. If something has happened to you and you feel like life isn't worthliving then call a hotline. Talking about it not only makes theperson feel better but also gives them a chance to think and choosethe next step on getting better. People commit suicide because there is no other option in life. Butthere is. You just have to look futher. I hope everything is ok and I hopt this helps. Nobody should everbe in the position of suicide. Things do get worse before it getsbetter, but once it is better you can look back and see how far youhave come to acheive this. (MORE)