Dr. Sievers on the stand at Nuremberg Trial
(Munich 345) War Crimes Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, August 8, 1946. Dr. Wolfram Sievers charged with perjury is again put on the stand and questioned by Mr. Jones, a British assistant prosecutor. Sievers is questioned about his earlier given testimony, that he cannot name figures of dead since he had no insight in that. He said that he did not play a part in the creation of the skeleton collection at the University of Frankfurt, but he admits that the skeletons were expected to come from Auschwitz.
1946 August 08
- Accessed at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
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