|Born||10 Sep 1893|
|Died||13 Dec 1945|
Contributor: C. Peter Chen
ww2dbaseJuana Bormann was born in Birkenfelde, Kingdom of Prussia in central Germany. Starting in 1938, she was a guard at facilities run by the SS organization of the Nazi Party, and through the end of the war she had served in Lichtenburg (1938), RavensbrÃ¼ck (1939-1942, Jan-Mar 1945), Auschwitz (Oct 1942-1944), and Bergen-Belsen (Mar-Apr 1945) camps. She was known for her cruelty against prisoners, including using a dog to attack prisoners. Between Sep and Nov 1945, she was tried at the Belsen trial in LÃ¼neburg in northern Germany for crimes committed at Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Oswiecim, Poland. Found guilty, she was hanged at Hamelin, Germany in Dec 1945.
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|10 Sep 1893Â||Juana Bormann was born in Birkenfelde, Kingdom of Prussia, Germany.|
|13 Dec 1945Â||Juana Bormann was executed by hanging in Hamelin, Germany.|
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