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The Auschwitz Trials: Second Auschwitz Trial

(December 1963 - August 1965)

At the second of the Auschwitz Trials - held in Frankfurt, Germany from December 10, 1963 to August 10, 1965 - twenty-two defendants, former SS officials & guards, were arraigned for a hearing on their complicity in war crimes. Eighteen were found guilty, four were acquitted and the remainder were sentenced to various terms of imprisonment.

Robert Mulka: 14 Years Imprisonment
Stefan Baretzki: Life & 8 Years Imprisonment
SS Dr Franz Lucas: 3 Years & 3 Months Imprisonment
Willi Sawatzki: Acquitted & Released
Friedrich Schlüter: 4 & ½ Years Imprisonment
Johann Schobert: Acquitted & Released
Kurt Uhlenbroock: Acquitted & Released
Wilhelm Boger: Life & 15 Years Imprisonment
Emil Hantl: 3 & ½ Years Imprisonment
Perry Broad: 4 Years Imprisonment
Franz-Johann Hoffmann: Life Imprisonment
Karl Höcker: 7 Years Imprisonment
Viktor Capesius: 9 Years Imprisonment
Emil Bednarek: Life Imprisonment
Willi Schatz: Acquitted & Released
Oswald Kaduk: Life Imprisonment
Josef Klehr: Life & 15 Years Imprisonment
Herbert Scherpe: 4 & ½ Years Imprisonment
Willi Frank: 7 Years Imprisonment
Klaus Dylewski: 5 Years Imprisonment
Bruno Schlange: 6 Years Imprisonment
Willi Stark: 10 Years Imprisonment

Sources: The National Archives ; Skalman