Fourth Stutthof Trial

(November 19-29, 1947)


Christof Schwarz: 3 Years Imprisonment
Albert Weckmüller: 15 Years Imprisonment
Kurt Reduhn: 10 Years Imprisonment
Walter Ringewald: 7 Months Imprisonment
Hermann Link: 5 Years Imprisonment
Richard Wohlfeil: 7 Months Imprisonment
Waldemar Henke: 5 Years Imprisonment
Anton Kniffke: 3 Years Imprisonment
Kapo Franz Spillmann: Acquitted & Released
Gustav Brodowski: 7 Months Imprisonment
Johann Wrobel: 7 Months Imprisonment
Ernst Knappert: 7 Months Imprisonment
Martin Pentz: 5 Years Imprisonment
Horst Köpke: 10 Years Imprisonment
Bernard Eckermann: 7 Months Imprisonment
Rudolf Berg: 10 Years Imprisonment
Josef Stahl: 10 Years Imprisonment
Johann Pfister: 5 Years Imprisonment
Johannes Wall: 5 Years Imprisonment
Leopold Baumgartner: 7 Months Imprisonment
Willi Buth: Life Imprisonment
Richard Akolt: 3 Years Imprisonment
Fritz Glawe: 10 Years Imprisonment
Emil Lascheit: 10 Years Imprisonment
Gustav Kautz: 5 Years Imprisonment
Emil Paul: 7 Months Imprisonment
Erich Mertens: 5 Years Imprisonment

The fourth of the Stutthof Trials, a group of twenty-seven ex-officials and guards of the Stutthof concentration camp were arraigned before a Polish Special Criminal Court at Gdansk, from the November 19, 1947, to November 29, 1947. Twenty-six were found guilty, one was acquitted and the rest were sentenced to various terms of imprisonment.


Source: Skalman