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Nazi War Crimes Trials: High Command Trial

(December 30, 1947 - October 28, 1948)

Fourteen ex-Army officers convicted in Case No.12 (The "High Command" Trial), which was held before the International military tribunal at Nuremberg, from December 30, 1947 to October 28, 1948. Eleven were found guilty, Two were acquitted, one committed suicide during the trial, and the remainder were sentenced to various terms on imprisonment.

Wilhelm von Leeb : 3 Years Imprisonment
Hugo Sperrle : Acquitted & Released
Georg von Kuchler : 20 Years Imprisonment
Hermann Hoth : 15 Years Imprisonment
Hans Reinhardt : 15 Years Imprisonment
Karl Hollidt : 5 Years Imprisonment
Hans von Salmuth : 20 Years Imprisonment
Karl von Roques : 20 Years Imprisonment
Hermann Reinecke : Life Imprisonment
Walter Warilmont : Life Imprisonment
Otto Wohler : 8 Years Imprisonment
Rudolf Lehmann : 7 Years Imprisonment
Otto Schneiwind : Acquitted & Released
Johannes Blaskowitz : (Committed Suicide on the 5th February 1948)

Sources: Skalman