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Nazi War Crimes Trials:
Krupp Trial

(December 8, 1947 - July 31, 1948)


Nazi Trials: Table of Contents | Auschwitz Trials | Nuremburg Trials


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Twelve leading industrialists convicted in Case No.10 (The "Krupp" Trial), which was held before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, from December 8, 1947, to July 31, 1948. Eleven were found guilty. One was acquitted, and the remainder to various terms on imprisonment.

Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach: 12 Years Imprisonment
Eduard Houdremont: 10 Years Imprisonment
Max Ihn: 9 Years Imprisonment
Erich Muller: 12 Years Imprisonment
Friedrich Janssen: 10 Years Imprisonment
Karl - Heinrich Pfirsch: Acquitted & Released
Ewald Loser: 7 Years Imprisonment
Karl - Adolf Eberhardt: 9 Years Imprisonment
Heinrich - Leo Korschan: 6 Years Imprisonment
Friedrich von Bulow: 12 Years Imprisonment
Werner Wilhelm - Heinrich Lehmann: 6 Years Imprisonment
Hans Albert - Gustav Kupke: 10 Years Imprisonment


Sources: Skalman

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