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The Auschwitz Bergen-Belsen Trials

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Juana Bormann was one of the most tormenting and evil of the women who worked guarding female prisoners at Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps. From camp survivors we know that Bormann used her Alsatian dog to rip the clothes and flesh from the unfortunate victims of her blind wrath. Age 53 when she went on trial at Leuneburg, Germany in September 1945, Juana or Johanna, had been a religious zealot in her former life before World War II began.

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