Emil Augsburg Polish-born SS-Standartenführer. Between 1939 and 1941 he worked for the Security Police. As part of his duties during World War II Augsburg was responsible for planning the SS executions of Jews and other “enemies of the Reich” in occupied Poland. After 1949 he worked for West German intelligence under Reinhard Gehlen. He was suspected for being double agent for Soviets and was forced to resign in 1966.