Second Stutthof Trial

(January 8-31, 1947)


Theodor Meyer: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 10th October 1947)
Ewald Foth: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 10th October 1947)
Karl Reger: 8 Years Imprisonment
Eduard Zerlin: 12 Years Imprisonment
Emil Wenzel: 10 Years Imprisonment
Adalbert Wolter: 8 Years Imprisonment
Karl Eggert: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 10th October 1947)
Wilhelm Vogler: 15 Years Imprisonment
Paul Wellnitz: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 10th October 1947)
Kapo Alfred Nikolaysen: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 10th October 1947)
Hans Rach: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 10th October 1947)
Adolf Grams: 10 Years Imprisonment
Josef Wennhardt: 8 Years Imprisonment
Fritz Peters: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 10th October 1947)
Kurt Dietrich: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 10th October 1947)
Hugo Ziehm: 3 Years Imprisonment
Erich Thun: Life Imprisonment
Albert Paulitz: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 10th October 1947)
Werner Wöllnitz: 10 Years Imprisonment
Martin Stage: 8 Years Imprisonment
Oskar Gottchau: 10 Years Imprisonment
Karl Zurell: The Death Sentence (Executed on the 10th October 1947)
Walter Englert: 3 Years Imprisonment
Johannes Görtz: 8 Years Imprisonment

The second of the Stutthof Trials, a group of twenty-four ex-officials and guards of the Stutthof concentration camp were arraigned before a Polish Special Criminal Court at Gdansk, from January 8, 1947 to January 31, 1947. All were found guilty and ten were sentenced to death. The remainder were sentenced to various terms of imprisonment.


Source: Skalman