Judgement delivered on Frank, Frick, Streicher, Doenitz, Raeder at Nuremberg Trial
- Event Date
- 1946 October 01
- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
Sentencing of Nazi Leaders at Nuremberg, Nuremberg, Germany, 1 October 1946. Justice Francis Biddle (US) reading part of judgement on Hans Frank: "a willing and knowing participant in the use of terrorism in Poland; in the economic exploitation of Poland in a way that led to the deth by starvation of a large number of people; in the deportation to Germany as slave laborers of over a million Poles; and in a program involving the murder of at lest three million Jews. Conclusion: The Tribunal finds that Frank is not guilty on Count One but guilty under Counts Three and Four of the indictment." 04:40:50
Justice Henri de Vabres (French) reading tribunal's conclusion on the case of Wilhelm Frick. 04:42:38
MCU of Julius Streicher listening to Justice Sir Geoffrey Lawrence (British). MS, Justice Lawrence reads Tribunal's conclusion on Streicher's case, guilty on count four. 04:44:10
Justice Biddle states that the tribunal's conclusion on the case of Schacht is not guilty. 04:45:55
de Vabres reading portions of judgment on Karl Doenitz in French: guilty on counts three and four. Raeder's verdict declared in Russian.
MS, Karl Doenitz, Erich Raeder, Baldur von Schirach. MS, Prosecutor General R A Rudenko (Russian) at table.
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