Theodor Eike (October 17, 1892 in Hampont – February 26, 1943 near Kharkov) was an Obergruppenführer of the SS and General of the Waffen-SS.
He was the commander of the concentration camp of Dachau. During the World War II was he the leader of the Totenkopf Division.
Eike was on behalf of the Nazi Party a member of the Reichstag. He was also a member of the SA.
Eicke and the SS Division Totenkopf in the Soviet Union in 1941.