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Nazi War Crimes Trials:
Gaggenhau Trial

(May 6-10, 1946)


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Eleven ex-officials of the Gaggenau security camp, convicted in Case No.29 (The "Gaggenau" Trial), which was held before a British war crimes court at Wuppertal, from May 6, 1946 to May 10, 1946. Ten were found guilty, five were sentenced to death, one being acquitted, and the remainder to various terms of imprisonment.

Karl Buck : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 3rd August 1946)
Robert Wunsch : 4 Years Imprisonment
Karl Nussberger : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 3rd August 1946)
Erwin Ostertag : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 3rd August 1946)
Josef Muth : Acquitted & Released
Bernhard - Josef Ulrich : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 3rd August 1946)
Heinrich Neuschwanger : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 3rd August 1946)
Klaus Dinkel : 8 Years Imprisonment
Helmut Korb : 3 Years Imprisonment
Xavier Vetter : 2 Years Imprisonment
Erich Zimmermann : 10 Years Imprisonment

Sources: Skalman

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