[SIZE=10.5pt]I have compiled a list of Nazis who disappeared completely or who's deaths are doubtful or contested. I was wondering if I have missed any? Here they are below.[/SIZE] [SIZE=10.5pt]Petar Brzica, escaped war criminal and franciscan priest, [/SIZE] [SIZE=10.5pt]Heinrich Müller, head of gestapo, [/SIZE] [SIZE=10.5pt]Dr Hanz Kammler, oversaw SS construction projects, and towards the end of World War II[/SIZE] was put in charge of the V-2 missile and jet programmes [SIZE=10.5pt]Constanze Manziarly, She served as a cook[/SIZE]/dietitian to Adolf Hitler until his final days inBerlin in 1945. [SIZE=10.5pt]Hermann Michel, sometimes referred to as "[/SIZE][SIZE=10.5pt]Preacher[/SIZE][SIZE=10.5pt]", was a Nazi[/SIZE] and [SIZE=10.5pt]SS[/SIZE]-Oberscharführer [SIZE=10.5pt]Richard Glücks, [/SIZE][SIZE=10.5pt]The highest-ranking [/SIZE][SIZE=10.5pt]Concentration Camps Inspector[/SIZE][SIZE=10.5pt] in [/SIZE][SIZE=10.5pt]Nazi [/SIZE][SIZE=10.5pt]Germany, believed to have committed suicide[/SIZE][SIZE=10.5pt] although the lack of official records or photos gave ground to speculations about his ultimate fate.[/SIZE] [SIZE=10.5pt]Alwin-Broder Albrecht, a German naval officer who was one of Adolf Hitler's adjutants[/SIZE] during World War II, is believed to have committed suicide on 1 May 1945, aged 41. His body was never found. [SIZE=10.5pt]Helmuth Friedrichs, a German[/SIZE] Nazi Party official. He was an important figure in the Office of the Deputy Führer and its successor the Nazi Party Chancellery. Maria Orsic, also known as Maria Orschitsch was a famous medium who became the leader of the Vril Gesellschaft I know about Martin Bormann, but his body was identified by DNA testing many years later. Admin Edit: I merged your threads. One thread per subject, please.