The Belgian Pierre Marie Ernest Sweerts, although sentenced to death in his own country, was initially not arrested after the Second World War. This was due to the fact that he had offered his services while working within the Reichssicherheitshauptamt (RSHA; the police-and security service of the SS). After the war he was employed as interrogator in special camps that were involved with mopping up the werewolf organisations (nazi underground resistance groups) and the hunting down of Abwehr- and SD-members in POW- and refugeecamps. After this he was employed in the Nederlandse Fiscale Recherche, the Dutch tax detective force, where he worked in tracing capital that had been embezzled by collaborators and nazis.
- Before 1941
- In service of the SS
- Defection to the British
- Arrest and release
- Activities for the Service Hacke-Elsinga
- Prison sentence and unknown fate
- Abbreviation of a national socialist.
- Prisoner of War.
- Resistance against the enemy. Often also with armed resources.
- Reichssicherheitshauptamt. The central information and security service of the Third Reich.