The name of Irma Grese is less well known than that of Rudolph Höss, Josef Kramer or many other names of persons that left their black mark on the history of the Holocaust. Yet she was one of the most infamous female war criminals of that era. She belonged to a relative small group of women that had served in the camps and that were executed by hanging after the war for war crimes. She was the youngest woman to be executed by the British in the 20th century and the youngest camp guard ever to be executed by hanging.
- The first years
- The first concentration camp: Ravensbrück
- The second concentration camp: Auschwitz-Birkenau
- Return to Ravensbrück and the end at Bergen- Belsen
- The trial
- The execution