THE Sun has actually tracked down the last Nazi likely to face justice.
Gregor Formanek, 98, was a guard at a concentration camp when 10,000 detainees passed away throughout the Holocaust.
He is charged of the “cruel and treacherous killing” of 3,300.
Formanek benefited the SS at the Sachsenhausen camp, in Oranienburg, 30 miles north of Berlin.
Set up in 1936, it was viewed as a training school for Hitler’s mass elimination.
Last evening Rosalyn Peake, 66 — whose Jewish father Leslie Kleinman went to the camp — stated: “He only survived because he lied about being 14 instead of 16.”
Rosalyn, of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, included: “It is justice for me for Formanek to be called.
“And it’s important for traininggenerations.”
Carmen Whitmore, 68 — whose uncle, Great Escape pilot Jimmy James, was held at Sachsenhausen — stated: “It really is something significant if this man is one of the last Nazis ever to be convicted of World War Two crimes.”
The Sun discovered Formanek living in a £400,000 apartment or condo in a plain residential area of Frankfurt.
His neighbors thought him to be a retired business supervisor.
Asked if he was a Nazi, Formanek urged: “First, tell me who you are.”
His partner included: “Please don’t say he was an SS man so loudly here. Otherwise people will wonder what’s going on.”
More than 200,000 detainees gone through Sachsenhausen — a work camp with a concentration camp as well as laboratories for clinical experiments.
Formanek has actually currently been fingered by German district attorneys, charged of crimes in between July 1943 as well as February 1945.
Three various other Nazis have actually been checked out however are thought to be as well ill to stand test.
Nazi–seeker Dr Efraim Zuroff, from The Simon Wiesenthal Centre, stated: “The Sun is doing the right thing here.”
Formanek’s lawyer stopped working to react to ask for remark.