First Belsen Trial Aufseherin Irene Haschke

Date Of Birth : 16/02/1921
Place Of Birth : Friedeberg (now Strzelce Krajenskie, Poland)
Position Within Bergen-Belsen : Kitchen D(3) East
Comments :
Trial : First Belsen Trial
Trial Location : 30 Lindenstraße, Lüneburg 17 September - 17 November 1945
Trial Defendent Number : 39
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Brief History

Worked in a textile factory in Rohrdorf until 16 August 1944 when she was conscripted into the SS and sent to Groß-Rosen & Langenbielau for five weeks training as an Aufseherin.

Transferred to Mährisch-Weißwasser for three weeks as an Aufseherin.

Returned to the textile factory in Rohrdorf.

16 February 1945 evacuated to Bergen-Belsen and arrived there on 28 February 1945.

17 September 1945. Stands trial at the 'Trial of Josef Kramer and Forty Four others' at 30 Lindenstraße, Lüneburg. Charged with Count 1.

17 November 1945. Sentenced to 10 Years Imprisonment with an earliest release date of 16 July 1952.

Released 21 December 1951.

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