Ohlendorf testifies in Einsatzgruppen Case
War Crimes Trials - Subsequent Trial Proceedings, Case 9 (Einsatzgruppen Case), Nuremberg, Germany, October 15, 1947. Ohlendorf, in suit and tie, wearing earphones, testifies about the number of persons his Einsatzgruppe D killed. Curtained windows behind him. Camera remains on Ohlendorf as he is cross examined by US prosecutor James Heath. 17:02:10 - 17:02:28 side view of Heath. Camera continues on Ohlendorf. 17:03:53 View of Heath & pan to Ohlendorf. 17:04:45 Close view of Ohlendorf in witness box. Musmanno (voice from off camera) 17:06:26 Musmanno and judges on bench. Musmanno rules that Ohlendorf's testimony from the International Military Tribunal regarding the number 90,000 victims stands.
- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
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