RARE ORIGINAL CURRICULUM VITAE, HAND WRITTEN & SIGNED BY SOBIBOR DEPUTY COMMANDANT

SS-OBERSCHARFÜHRER KURT BOLENDER

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SS-Oberscharführer Kurt Bolender

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RARE ORIGINAL CURRICULUM VITAE, HAND WRITTEN & SIGNED BY SOBIBOR DEPUTY COMMANDANT

SS-OBERSCHARFÜHRER KURT BOLENDER

FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FOR AUTHENTICITY

SS-Oberscharführer Heinz Kurt Bolender started his ‘career’ in the Action T4 euthanasia program and worked at Hartheim, Hadamar, Brandenburg and Sonnenstein killing centers where physically and mentally disabled Germans were exterminated by gassing and lethal injection. Bolender was involved in the cremation process of disposing of victims, as well as "test" gassing procedures during the Action T4. During this period he worked with Franz Stangl and Christian Wirth. On April 22, 1942, SS-Obersturmführer Franz Stangl was appointed commandant of Sobibór. Stangl appointed SS-Oberscharführer Kurt Bolender as his deputy due to their prior work relationship and his extensive experience in the T-4 program. Bolender served as commander of Sobibór Camp III (gas chambers/crematoriums) from April until Autumn of 1942. He was one of the most feared men at the camp. After the war, Bolender was recognized in 1961 while working under a false identity as a doorman at a nightclub in Germany, and subsequently accused in 1965 of personally murdering at least 360 Jewish inmates and assisting in the murder of 86,000 more at Sobibór. He committed suicide in prison two months prior to the end of the trial.

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SS-OBERSCHARFÜHRER KURT BOLENDER

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