Nazi Dr Waldemar Hoven was arrested by the Nazis in 1943, accused of giving a lethal injection of phenol to an SS officer who was a potential witness in an investigation against Ilse Koch, with whom Hoven was rumoured to be having an affair. He was convicted and sentenced to death, although he was released in March 1945 due to the Nazi shortage of doctors.
Soviets during the WW II.I think two of them're Kazakhs
August 1945: An official US war photographer tries on a watch at the daily 'Persian Bazaar' outside the Reichstag in post-war Berlin. Allied troops and Germans alike bring watches, cameras, clothing, cigarettes and food to trade on the black market. (Photo by Fred Ramage/Keystone Features/Getty Images)
Partisan Masha Bruskina, a 17 year old volunteer nurse, was captured at Minsk, along with 16 year-old Volodia Shcherbatsevich and Kiril Trus. Bruskina's identity went officially unrecognized until 2009 though her execution photographs were widely publicized at Nuremberg and in textbooks.