Source: History of the United Nations War Crimes Commission and the Development of the Laws of War.  United Nations War Crimes Commission. London: HMSO, 1948

SOME NOTEWORTHY WAR CRIMINALS

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 IV. LEADING INDUSTRIALISTS AND FINANCIERS

(i) Leading industrialists convicted in Case No. 5 of the “ Subsequent Proceedings,” held at Nuremberg from 18th March, 1947, to 22nd December, 1947.

Friedrich FLICK, steel magnate: 7 years imprisonment.

Otto STEINBRINCK, steel magnate: 5 years imprisonment.

Bernhard WEISS, steel magnate: 24 years imprisonment.

(ii) Industrialists arraigned in Case No. 6 (I. G. Farben) in the “ Subsequent Proceedings ” which opened at Nuremberg on 8th August, 1947. (Still proceeding at time of writing.)

Carl KRAUCH; Hermann SCHMITZ; Georg von SCHNITZLER; Fritz GAJEWSKI; Heinrich HOERLEIN; August von KNIERIEM; Fritz ter MEER; Christian SCHNEIDER; Otto AMBROS; Max BRUEGGEMANN; Ernst BUERGIN; Heinrich BUETEFISCH; Paul HAEFLIGER; Max ILGNER; Friedrich JAEHNE; Hans KUEHNE; Carl LAUTEN-SCHLAEGER; Wilhelm MANN; Heinrich OSTER; Karl WURSTER, Walter DUERRFELD; Heinrich GATTINEAU; Erich von der HEYDE; Hans KUGLER.

(iii) Industrialists arraigned in Case NO. 10 (trial of Krupp Directors) in the “ Subsequent Proceedings ” which opened at Nuremberg on 8th December, 1947. (Still proceeding at time of writing.)

Alfred KRUPP von BOHLEN und HALBACH; Ewald LOESER; Eduard HOUDREMONT; Erich MUELLER; Friedrich JANSSEN; Karl PFIRSCH; Max IHN; Karl EBERHARDT; Heinrich KORSCHAN; Friedrich von BUELOW; Heinrich LEHMANN; Hans KUPKE.

Bruno TESCH :

Director of Tesch and Stabenow. Sentenced to death by a British military court at Hamburg, 8.3.46, for supplying poison gas for the murder of internees.

 

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