Funk cross-examined by Thomas Dodd at Nuremberg Trial re: confiscated money and loot
(Munich 357) War Crimes Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, August 15, 1946. Thomas J. Dodd of the US prosecution cross examining Walther Funk about loot taken from concentration camp prisoners and money from conquered countries. Funk calls some of these figures absurd and others he denies knowledge of. Dodd asks Funk about his relationship with Oswald Pohl. He asks Dodd how he could know nothing about the "strange deposit" of gold teeth in the Reichbank.
1946 August 15
- Accessed at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
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