|Born||1 June 1907
|Died||8 October 1946
Max Pauly (1 June 1907, Wesselburen – 8 October 1946, Hamelin) was an SS Standartenführer who was the commandant of Stutthof concentration camp from September 1939 to August 1942 and commandant of Neuengamme concentration camp and the associated subcamps from September 1942 until liberation in May 1945.
Pauly was tried by the British for war crimes with thirteen others in the Curio Haus in Hamburg which was located in the British occupied sector of Germany. The trial lasted from 18 March to 13 May 1946. He was found guilty and sentenced to death with 11 other defendants. He was never tried for the crimes committed at Stutthof.
Pauly is mentioned under the name of "Hans" in Simon Wiesenthal's 1967 book, The Murderers Among Us (ch. 22, "The Other Side of the Moon").
- Sachsenhausen concentration camp
- SS Cap Arcona (1927) ocean liner
- Defense of the Polish Post Office in Danzig
Notes and references
- Ernst Klee: The Encyclopedia of the Third Reich persons: who came before and after 1945. Publisher: Fischer-Taschenbuch-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2007. ISBN 978-3-596-16048-8.
- Janina Grabowska (22 January 2009). "Odpowiedzialność za Zbrodnie Popełnione w Stutthofie. Procesy" [Responsibility for the Attrocities Committed at Stutthof. The trials.]. KL Stutthof, Monografia. Archived from the original (Internet Archive) on 22 January 2009. Retrieved 12 November 2014.
- The SS: Alibi of a Nation, 1922–1945 Publisher: Da Capo Press (21 March 1989) Language: English ISBN 0-306-80351-8, ISBN 978-0306803512.
|Commandant of Stutthof concentration camp
September 1939 – August 1942
SS-Sturmbannführer Paul-Werner Hoppe
SS-Hauptsturmführer Martin Gottfried Weiss
|Commandant of Neuengamme concentration camp
September 1942 – 4 May 1945