Wilhelmstrasse Trial

(January 1948-April 1949)


Ernst von Weizsaker: 7 Years Imprisonment
Otto Meissner: Acquitted & Released
Wilhelm Stuckart: 3 Years Imprisonment
Hans Kehrl: 15 Years Imprisonment
Otto Dietrich: 7 Years Imprisonment
Wilhelm Keppler: 10 Years Imprisonment
Walter Darre: 7 Years Imprisonment
Emil Puhl: 5 Years Imprisonment
Gottlob Berger: 25 Years Imprisonment
Ernst - Wilhelm Bohle: 5 Years Imprisonment
Lutz Graf Scwerin von Krosigk: 10 Years Imprisonment
Hans - Heinrich Lammers: 20 Years Imprisonment
Walter Schellenberg: 7 Years Imprisonment
Ernst Wormann: 7 Years Imprisonment
Paul Korner: 15 Years Imprisonment
Otto von Erdmannsdorff: Acquitted & Released
Karl Rasche: 7 Years Imprisonment
Paul Plieger: 15 Years Imprisonment
Gustav - Adolf Steengracht: 7 Years Imprisonment
Edmund Veesenmayer: 20 Years Imprisonment
Karl Ritter: 4 Years Imprisonment
Herbert - Ernst Backe: (Committed Suicide on the 6th April 1946)

Twenty-two ex-officials convicted in Case No.11 (The "Ministries" Trial), which was held before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, from the January 6, 1948, to April 13, 1949. Nineteen were found guilty, two were acquitted, one committed suicide during the trial, and the remainder to various terms of imprisonment.


Source: Skalman