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'''Ewa Paradies''' (17 December 1920 – 4 July 1946) was a [[Nazi concentration camp]] overseer.
 
'''Ewa Paradies''' (17 December 1920 – 4 July 1946) was a [[Nazi concentration camp]] overseer.
   
 
[[File:Biskupia Gorka executions - 14 - Barkmann, Paradies, Becker, Klaff, Steinhoff (left to right).jpg|thumb|The execution of guards of the Stutthof concentration camp on 4 July 1946]]
 
[[File:Biskupia Gorka executions - 14 - Barkmann, Paradies, Becker, Klaff, Steinhoff (left to right).jpg|thumb|The execution of guards of the Stutthof concentration camp on 4 July 1946]]
In August 1944 she went to [[Stutthof concentration camp|Stutthof]] SK-III camp for training as an ''[[Aufseherin]]''. She soon finished training and became a wardress. In October 1944 she was reassigned to the [[Bromberg-Ost]] subcamp of Stutthof, and in January 1945, back to Stutthof main camp. {{cn|date=May 2014}}
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In August 1944 she went to [[Stutthof concentration camp|Stutthof]] SK-III camp for training as an ''[[Aufseherin]]''. She soon finished training and became a wardress. In October 1944 she was reassigned to the [[Bromberg-Ost]] subcamp of Stutthof, and in January 1945, back to Stutthof main camp. {{Unreferenced}}
   
In April 1945 she accompanied one of the last transports of women prisoners to the [[Lauenburg]] subcamp and fled.{{cn|date=July 2012}} After capture, she was sentenced to death in the [[Stutthof Trial]] and hanged on 4 July 1946 with several of her colleagues. {{cn|date=May 2014}}
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In April 1945 she accompanied one of the last transports of women prisoners to the [[Lauenburg]] subcamp and fled.{{Unreferenced}} After capture, she was sentenced to death in the [[Stutthof Trial]] and hanged on 4 July 1946 with several of her colleagues. {{Unreferenced}}
   
 
==Link==
 
==Link==
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==Sources==
 
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* Daniel Patrick Brown. ''The Female Auxiliaries Who Assisted the SS in Running the Nazi Concentration Camp System''. [[Atglen, Pennsylvania]]: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 2002. p. 288; ISBN 0-7643-1444-0
 
* Daniel Patrick Brown. ''The Female Auxiliaries Who Assisted the SS in Running the Nazi Concentration Camp System''. [[Atglen, Pennsylvania]]: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 2002. p. 288; ISBN 0-7643-1444-0
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*[http://www.geocities.ws/epjacobs4/biskupiae.htm Death on the gallows] (many photos)
 
*[http://www.geocities.ws/epjacobs4/biskupiae.htm Death on the gallows] (many photos)
   
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|NAME = Paradies, Ewa
 
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|SHORT DESCRIPTION = Nazi concentration camp official
 
|PLACE OF BIRTH = Lauenburg, Farther Pomerania
 
|PLACE OF DEATH = Bischofshügel, near Danzig, Germany
 
|DATE OF BIRTH = 17 December 1920
 
|DATE OF DEATH = 4 July 1946}}
 
   
 
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Ewa Paradies (17 December 1920 – 4 July 1946) was a Nazi concentration camp overseer.

The execution of guards of the Stutthof concentration camp on 4 July 1946

In August 1944 she went to Stutthof SK-III camp for training as an Aufseherin. She soon finished training and became a wardress. In October 1944 she was reassigned to the Bromberg-Ost subcamp of Stutthof, and in January 1945, back to Stutthof main camp.

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In April 1945 she accompanied one of the last transports of women prisoners to the Lauenburg subcamp and fled.

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After capture, she was sentenced to death in the Stutthof Trial and hanged on 4 July 1946 with several of her colleagues. 
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Sources

  • Daniel Patrick Brown. The Female Auxiliaries Who Assisted the SS in Running the Nazi Concentration Camp System. Atglen, Pennsylvania: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 2002. p. 288; ISBN 0-7643-1444-0
  • Jack G. Morrison: Ravensbrück: Everyday Life in a Women's Concentration Camp 1939-45. Markus Wiener Publishers, 2000. p. 380; ISBN 1-55876-218-3
  • Rochelle G. Saidel: The Jewish Women of Ravensbrück Concentration Camp. University of Wisconsin Press, 2004. p. 336; ISBN 0-299-19860-X

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