Marija & Marija Hafner
Marija Hafner (1895-1942) and her daughter Marija (1914-1942) support the partisan resistance in Yugoslavia. In 1942, they are executed in the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Richard R. Seibel
(1907-1999) is a colonel in the US Army who is given overall command of the liberated Mauthausen camp in May 1945.
(1911-1971) is in the resistance and is held as a political prisoner in Mauthausen. He survives his imprisonment in the concentration camp.
(1913-2014) is a planner and construction manager for ‘war buildings’ during the Nazi era, including the underground aircraft factory with the codename ‘Bergkristall’ in Sankt Georgen an der Gusen. After 1945, he has a career in the USA.
(1932-2011) grows up as a child of colour in the town of Mauthausen during the Nazi era and is a victim of forced sterilisation by the Nazis. He lives in Mauthausen until his death.
(1904-1940) was persecuted by the National Socialists as an "asocialist". and interned. He dies in the Mauthausen concentration camp after a few months.
(1883-1947) worked as a civilian labourer in the quarries of the Gusen concentration camp. Because of his crimes in the camp he was executed in 1947.
(1922-2004) is imprisoned in several concentration camps because he is a Roman. In 1995, two of his grandsons were murdered in a right-wing extremist attack in Oberwart.
(1900-1972) is a member of the Volkssturm who murders an escaped concentration camp prisoner during the ‘Mühlviertel Hare Hunt’ in 1945. After the war, he serves a prison sentence for the crime.
(1897-1947) manages operations of the SS company Deutsche Erd- und Steinwerke at the Wiener Graben concentration camp quarry. He is executed for his involvement in the crimes in 1947.
(1894-1967) has to give up land to the SS for the Mauthausen concentration camp. As a neighbour of the camp, he comes into frequent contact with SS men and prisoners.
(1902-1945) from Ukraine is sent as a Soviet prisoner of war to the Mauthausen concentration camp, where he dies shortly after it is liberated in 1945.
Peter van Pels
(1926-1945) and his parents hide with the Frank family in a secret annex in Amsterdam during the persecution of Jews. After they are discovered in 1944, he eventually ends up in the Mauthausen concentration camp, where he dies shortly after it is liberated.