War-time and Post WW II trial records of soldiers and civilians, accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity during WW II
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Trials of members of the Gestapo and the SD, soldiers and civilians accused of war crimes against humanity during WWII. The trials took place at the Military Tribunals of Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille, Metz, and Paris. The tribunals were not under normal military jurisdiction for court martials, judging members of the military, but were called “extra-ordinary” and went by several names:“Tribunal militaire”-TM; “Tribunal militaire permanent”-TMP; “Tribunal permanent des forces alliés à Paris” (Permanent Tribunal of Allied Forces)-TFAP. Other helpful abbreviations in the records: jgt- jugement, NL-non lieu (an affair was never brought to trial because the perpetrator died or the military tribunal declared itself not competent to judge the affair) or ONL (ordonanance de non lieu).
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