Wilhelm Ruppert

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Friedrich Ruppert, 1945
Michael Pellis, a former inmate at Dachau, identifies former SS-Obersturmfuehrer Friedrich Wilhelm Ruppert as the man responsible for selecting people to die in the crematorium, at the trial of former camp personnel and prisoners from Dachau

Friedrich Wilhelm Ruppert (2 February 1905 - 29 May 1946). SS trooper in charge of executions at Dachau concentration camp. Among others, he was responsible for the executions of British SOE agents Noor Inayat Khan, Madeleine Damerment, Eliane Plewman, and Yolande Beekman.

Wilhelm Ruppert was tried for war crimes by the American occupying forces. He was subsequently convicted and executed by hanging on May 29, 1946.