War Crimes Trials: I.G. Farben Case : Arraignment
War Crimes Trials - Subsequent Trial Proceedings, Case 6 (I.G. Farben Case), Nuremberg, Germany, August 14, 1947. HAS of Tribunal as the presiding judge announces roll call. 16:37:12 Roll Call, Name and response, to 16:38:02. Telford Taylor, Counsel for US prosecution, announcing to the court that the defendant Max Brueggermann is ill in a hospital near Dusseldorf. It is suggested to the Tribunal that his trial be put off indefinitely. Taylor also announces that the defendants Karl Wurster and Carl Lautenschlaeger are not present due to illness. 16:40:57 View of defendants. As the defendants are called, they stand in the dock and answer "not guilty" to the indictment. To 16:40:17 . Telford Taylor describes hospitalized defendant, to 16:43:38. Roll call continues with views of defendants to 16:44:15.
An unidentified defense attorney addresses the court in German. Dr. Konrad Bopcha (?)
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