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Nazi War Crimes Trials:
Third Stutthof Trial

(November 5-10, 1947)


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The third of the Stutthof Trials, a group of twenty ex-officials and guards of the Stutthof concentration camp were arraigned before a Polish Special Criminal Court at Gdansk, from November 5, 1947, to November 10, 1947. Nineteen were found guilty, one was acquitted and the rest were sentenced to various terms of imprisonment.

Karl Meinck: 12 Years Imprisonment
Gustav Eberle: 10 Years Imprisonment
Harry Müller: 4 Years Imprisonment
Alfred Tissler: 5 Years Imprisonment
Otto Schneider: 10 Years Imprisonment
Johann Lichtner: 5 Years Imprisonment
Ernst Thulke: 5 Years Imprisonment
Otto Welke: 10 Years Imprisonment
Willy Witt: 10 Years Imprisonment
Heinz Löwen: 5 Years Imprisonment
Erich Stampniok: 5 Years Imprisonment
Richard Timm: 4 Years Imprisonment
Adolf Klaffke: 10 Years Imprisonment
Hans Möhrke: 4 Years Imprisonment
Hans Tolksdorf: Acquitted & Released
Nikolaus Dirnberger: 4 Years Imprisonment
Friedrich Tessmer: 4 Years Imprisonment
Erich Jassen: 10 Years Imprisonment
Johann Sporer: 4 Years Imprisonment
Nikolai Klawan: 3 Years Imprisonment


Sources: Skalman

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