Neuengamme Trial

(March 18, 1946-May 13, 1946)


Max Pauly : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th October 1946)
SS Dr Bruno Kitt : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th October 1946)
Anton Thumann : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th October 1946)
Karl Totzauer : 20 Years Imprisonment
Johann Reese : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th October 1946)
Willy Warnke : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th October 1946)
Karl Wiedemann : 15 Years Imprisonment
SS Dr Alfred Trzebinski : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th October 1946)
Walter Kummel : 10 Years Imprisonment
Heinrich Ruge : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th October 1946)
Wilhem Bahr : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th October 1946)
Andreas Brems : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th October 1946)
Wilhelm Dreimann : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th October 1946)
Adolf Speck : The Death Sentence (Executed on the 8th October 1946)

The commandant, Max Pauly, and thirteen other members of the Neuengamme camp staff were tried by a British war crimes court at Hamburg, from the March 18, 1946, to May 13, 1946, eleven defendants, including the commandant, were sentenced to death by hanging; the remainder to various terms of imprisonment.


Source: Skalman