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Nazi War Crimes Trials:
The Einsatzgruppen Trial

(September 27, 1947 - April 9, 1948)


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Twenty-four ex-SS officials convicted in Case No.9 (The "Einsatzgruppen" Trial), which was held before the International military tribunal at Nuremberg from September 27, 1947, to April 9, 1948. All were found guilty, Fourteen were sentenced to death, Twelve were later commutted, one person committed suicide during the trial, and the remainder were sentenced to various terms on imprisonment.

Otto Ohlendorf: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th June 1951)
Heinz Jost: Life Imprisonment
Erich Naumann: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th June 1951)
Dr/Dr Otto Rasch: Severed from the Case (Due to Illness)
Erwin Schulz: 20 Years Imprisonment
Walter Blume: The Death Sentence (Commutted to Life Imprisonment)
Dr Franz Six: 20 Years Imprisonment
Paul Blobel: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 7th June 1951)
Lothar Fendler: 10 Years Imprisonment
Eugen Steimle: The Death Sentence (Commutted to Life Imprisonment)
Ernst Biberstein: The Death Sentence (Commutted to Life Imprisonment)
Willy Seibert: The Death Sentence (Commutted to 15 Years Imprisonment)
Gustav Nosske: Life Imprisonment
Adolf Ott: The Death Sentence (Commutted to Life Imprisonment)
Waldemar Klingelhöfer: The Death Sentence (Commutted to 15 Years Imprisonment)
Dr Eduard Strauch: The Death Sentence (Commutted due to Illness)
Mattias Graf: 15 Years Imprisonment
Dr Werner Braune: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 7th June 1951)
Walter Hänsch: The Death Sentence (Commutted to 15 Years Imprisonment)
Martin Sandberger: The Death Sentence (Commutted to Life Imprisonment)
Waldemar von Radetzsky: 20 Years Imprisonment
Felix Rühl: 10 Years Imprisonment
Heinz Schübert: The Death Sentence (Commutted to Life Imprisonment)
Emil Hausmann: (Committed Suicide on the 31st July 1947)


Sources: Skalman

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