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Illustrated book, Dora-Nordhausen war crimes trial inscribed by the author for a court reporter

Publication | Accession Number: 2004.323.12

Softcover book titled, Illustrated history of the Dora-Nordhausen War Crimes Trial, given to Dixie Foster with a personal inscription by the author. It was acquired by Dixie when she worked as a civilian court reporter during the US War Crimes Tribunal at the former Dachau concentration camp in Germany, also known as the Dachau war crimes trials. The trials were conducted in the American postwar occupation zone by the US Army from November 1945 to August 1948. William J. Aalmans, the author, was a War Department civilian and a member of the Netherlands Army, who was attached to a War Crimes Investigation Team of the First American Army. He edited and complied the book and also witnessed and photographed some of the scenes presented in the book.

Title
A booklet with a brief history of the "Dora"-Nordhausen labor-concentration camps and information on the Nordhausen war crimes case of the United States of America versus Arthur Kurt Andrae et al. : trial commenced at Camp Dachau, Germany on 7 August 1947
Alternate Title
"Dora"-Nordhausen war crimes trial
Date
1947  (publication/distribution)
Geography
publication : Germany
Language
English
Object Type
Pamphlets (lcsh)
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Gretchen Davenport
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Record last modified: 2018-09-27 16:19:47
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