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Natzweiler Trial)

Trial of Wolfgang Zeuss (and others)

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Published by William Hodge & Co .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementedited by Anthony M. Webb.
SeriesWar Crimes Trials -- volV
ContributionsWEBB, Anthony H., ZEUSS, Wolfgang, , defendant.
The Physical Object
Pagination233p. :
Number of Pages233
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Open LibraryOL20224960M


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The commandant of Natzweiler, Fritz Hartjenstein, and five others were tried by a British war crimes court at Wuppertal, from April 9, to h May 5, All of the accused were found guilty; of these, three were sentenced to death and two hanged, one was later commutted.

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