Fritz Ritterbusch (born. January 11, 1894–. ?) was an SS-Obersturmführer, a member of the crew of the Hinzert concentration camp, Lublin and Gross-Rosen and others. He was a commander of the Trautenau-Parschnitz camp.
He was born in Zschopau near Werdau, a professional civil servant. He participated in World War I, serving in the 153rd and 264th Infantry Regiment. He was a member of the Sturmabteilung, NSDAP on January 25, 1925 (six card number 317) and SS from 1931 (Registration No. 9 107). Since the spring of 1940 to January 30, 1941 he held an unspecified role in the Division IV camp Flossenbürg KL, where then was transferred to the post of commander of one of the camp guard companies. The camp moved to the headquarters staff of KL Hinzert, where he was adjutant to the commandant of the camp, Paul Sporrenberga. On June 18, 1943 he moved to KL Lublin. In the spring of 1944 he was moved to KL Gross-Rosen where since May 1944 to February 13, 1945 he was company commander and the head of sub Parschnitz in Pozici and AL Trautenau in Trutnov in the Czech Republic.
His post-war fate is unknown.
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