|Known for||Defendant at the Auschwitz Trial|
|Political party||National Socialist German Workers' Party|
Fritz Buntrock (Osnabrück, 8 March 1909 – 24 January 1948, Kraków) was a German war criminal, member of SS-Unterscharfuehrer (the SS equivalent to a corporal) serving at Auschwitz concentration camp during the Holocaust in occupied Poland. He was prosecuted at the first Auschwitz trial.
Due to his brutal treatment of prisoners he was nicknamed "Bulldog" in the camp. Buntrock supervised the gas chambers. Buntrock was tried by the Supreme National Tribunal in Kraków and sentenced to death. He was hanged in Montelupich Prison on 28 January 1948.
- Miroslav Kárný: Das Theresienstädter Familienlager (Bllb) in Birkenau (September 1943–Juli 1944), in: Hefte von Auschwitz 20 (1997), S. 154. In German.
- Hermann Langbein: Menschen in Auschwitz [People of Auschwitz] Ullstein, Frankfurt 1980, p 475f.