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  1. The Nuremberg Trials

    Martin Bormann — Guilty, sentenced to death in absentia. Later proven he committed suicide to avoid capture at the end of World War II in Europe. Remains discovered in 1972 later conclusively proven to be Bormann by forensic tests on the skull in 1998. Nonetheless, Simon Wiesenthal, Hugh Thomas and Reinhard Gehlen refused to accept this. Gehlen further argued Bormann was the secret Russian double agent ‘Sasha’.
    Karl Dönitz — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment
    Hans Frank — Guilty, sentenced to death by hanging
    Wilhelm Frick — Guilty, sentenced to death by hanging
    Hans Fritzsche — Acquitted. Tried, convicted and sentenced to nine years imprisonment by a separate West German denazification court. Released September 1950.
    Walther Funk — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released 1957 on grounds of ill health)
    Hermann Göring — Guilty, sentenced to death, committed suicide before execution.
    Rudolf Hess — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Alfred Jodl — Guilty, sentenced to death by hanging, Henri Donnedieu de Vabres called the verdict a mistake in 1945. In 1953, the denazification courts reversed the decision and found Jodl not guilty. His property, confiscated in 1946, was returned to his widow.
    Ernst Kaltenbrunner — Guilty, sentenced to death by hanging
    Wilhelm Keitel — Guilty, sentenced to death by hanging
    Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach — Medically unfit for trial
    Robert Ley — Committed suicide before his trial began
    Konstantin von Neurath — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment (released 1954 on grounds of ill health)
    Franz von Papen — Acquitted. Tried, convicted and sentenced to eight years imprisonment by a separate West German denazification court. Released on appeal in 1949.
    Erich Raeder — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released 1955 on grounds of ill health)
    Joachim von Ribbentrop — Guilty, sentenced to death by hanging
    Alfred Rosenberg — Guilty, sentenced to death by hanging
    Fritz Sauckel — Guilty, sentenced to death by hanging
    Hjalmar Schacht — Acquitted
    Baldur von Schirach — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment
    Arthur Seyss-Inquart – Guilty, sentenced to death by hanging
    Albert Speer — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment
    Julius Streicher — Guilty, sentenced to death by hanging

    Subsequent Nuremberg Trials

    The Doctors’ Trial
    Alois Brunner – Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (in absentia). Rumored to have died in 1992, but was believed by some to still be alive in Syria.
    Hermann Becker-Freyseng — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 10 years
    Wilhelm Beiglböck — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 10 years
    Kurt Blome — Acquitted
    Viktor Brack — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Karl Brandt — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Rudolf Brand — Guilty,sentenced to death
    Fritz Fischer — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 15 years
    Karl Gebhardt — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Karl Genzken — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 20 years
    Siegfried Handloser — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 20 years
    Waldemar Hoven — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Joachim Mrugowsky — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Herta Oberheuser — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 10 years
    Adolf Pokorny — Acquitted
    Helmut Poppendick — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment (commuted to time served in 1951)
    Hans-Wolfgang Romberg — Acquitted
    Gerhard Rose — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 20 years
    Paul Rostock — Acquitted
    Siegfried Ruff — Acquitted
    Konrad Schäfer — Acquitted
    Oskar Schröder — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 15 years
    Wolfram Sievers — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Georg August Weltz — Acquitted

    The Milch Trial
    Erhard Milch — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 15 years (released in 1954)

    The Judges’ Trial
    Josef Altstötter — Guilty, sentenced to five years’ imprisonment
    Wilhelm von Ammon — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment
    Paul Barnickel — Acquitted
    Hermann Cuhorst — Acquitted
    Karl Engert — Unfit to stand trial
    Günther Joel — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment
    Herbert Klemm — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Ernst Lautz — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment
    Wolfgang Mettgenberg — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment
    Günther Nebelung — Acquitted
    Rudolf Oeschey — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Hans Petersen — Acquitted
    Oswald Rothaug — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Curt Rothenberger — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment
    Franz Schlegelberger — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Carl Westphal — Committed suicide after his indictment but before the beginning of his trial

    The Pohl Trial
    Hans Heinrich Baier — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Hans Bobermin — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 15 years (released in 1951)
    Franz Eirenschmalz — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to nine years’ imprisonment
    Heinz Karl Fanslau — Guilty, sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 15 years
    August Frank — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 15 years
    Hans Hohberg — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Max Kiefer — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 20 years (released in 1951)
    Horst Klein — Acquitted
    Georg Lörner — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to 15 years
    Hans Lörner — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Karl Mummenthey — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 20 years
    Oswald Pohl — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Hermann Pook — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Rudolf Scheide — Acquitted
    Karl Sommer — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to 20 years’ imprisonment
    Erwin Tschentscher — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Josef Vogt — Acquitted
    Leo Volk — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 8 years

    The Flick Trial
    Odilo Burkart — Acquitted
    Friedrich Flick — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment, but then released by John J. McCloy after three years
    Konrad Kaletsch — Acquitted
    Otto Steinbrinck — Guilty, sentenced to five years’ imprisonment, but died in prison in 1949
    Hermann Terberger — Acquitted
    Bernhard Weiss — Guilty, sentenced to two-and-one-half years imprisonment

    The IG Farben Trial
    Otto Ambros — Guilty, sentenced to eight years’ imprisonment
    Max Brüggemann — Ruled unfit to stand trial
    Ernst Bürgin — Guilty, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment
    Heinrich Bütefisch — Guilty, sentenced to six years’ imprisonment
    Walter Dürrfeld — Guilty, sentenced to eight years’ imprisonment
    Fritz Gajewski — Acquitted
    Heinrich Gattineau — Acquitted
    Paul Häfliger — Guilty, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment
    Erich von der Heyde — Acquitted
    Heinrich Hörlein — Acquitted
    Max Ilgner — Guilty, sentenced to three years’ imprisonment
    Friedrich Jähne — Guilty, sentenced to one-and-one-half years’ imprisonment
    August von Knierim — Acquitted
    Carl Krauch — Guilty, sentenced to six years imprisonment
    Hans Kugler — Guilty, sentenced to one-and-one-half years’ imprisonment
    Hans Kühne — Acquitted
    Carl Lautenschläger — Acquitted
    Wilhelm Rudolf Mann — Acquitted
    Heinrich Oster — Guilty, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment
    Hermann Schmitz — Guilty, sentenced to four years’ imprisonment
    Christian Schneider — Acquitted
    Georg von Schnitzler — Guilty, sentenced to two-and-one-half years’ imprisonment
    Fritz ter Meer — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment
    Karl Wurster — Acquitted

    The Hostages Trial

    Franz Böhme — Committed suicide
    Ernst Dehner — Guilty, sentenced to 17 years’ imprisonment (released on in 1951)
    Hellmuth Felmy — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 10 years
    Hermann Foertsch — Acquitted
    Kurt von Geitner — Acquitted
    Walter Kuntze — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released on medical grounds in 1953)
    Hubert Lanz — Guilty, sentenced to 12 years’ imprisonment (released on in 1951)
    Wilhelm List — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released on medical grounds in 1952)
    Ernst von Leyser — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment (released on medical grounds in 1951)
    Lothar Rendulic — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 10 years
    Wilhelm Speidel — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment (released on in 1951)
    Maximilian von Weichs — Ruled unfit to stand trial

    The Russian Trial
    Heinz Brückner — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Rudolf Creutz — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Gregor Ebner — Guilty, released after the judgement due to time already served
    Ulrich Greifelt — Guilty, sentenced to lifetime imprisonment
    Richard Hildenbrandt — Guilty, sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonment
    Otto Hofmann — Guilty, sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonment
    Herbert Hübner — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Werner Lorenz — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment
    Konrad Meyer-Hetling — Guilty, released after the judgement due to time already served
    Steigal Krups-Wichtenschneizalberg – Guilty of soliciting Jewess prisoners and poisoning Jewish prisoners at Auschwitz.
    Fritz Schwalm — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment
    Otto Schwarzenberger — Guilty, released after the judgement due to time already served
    Max Sollmann — Guilty, released after the judgement due to time already served
    Günther Tesch — Guilty, released after the judgement due to time already served
    Inge Viermitz — Acquitted

    The Einsatzgruppen Trial
    Ernst Biberstein — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Paul Blobel — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Walter Blume — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to 25 years’ imprisonment
    Werner Braune — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Erich Ehrlinger Escaped justice, arrested in 1958, sentenced 1963 in Frankfurt to 12 years, released in August 1965
    Fritz Gernalminester — Guilty, but because of insanity, was sentenced to a life term in a mental hospital. (later escaped and was never found again)
    Lothar Fendler — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment, commuted to eight years
    Waldemar Klingelhöfer — Guilty, released after judgement due to time already served
    Walter Hänsch — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Emil Haussman — Committed suicide
    Heinz Jost — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 10 years
    Waldemar Klingelhöfer — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Erich Naumann — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Gustav Nosske — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 10 years
    Heinrich Strasfluffel — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment. (Escaped)
    Otto Ohlendorf — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Adolf Ott — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Waldemar von Radetzky — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Otto Rasch — Ruled unfit to stand trial
    Felix Rühl — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Martin Sandberger — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Heinz Schubert — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to 10 years’ imprisonment
    Erwim Schulz — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 15 years
    Willy Seibert — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Franz Six — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 15 years
    Eugen Steimle — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to 20 years’ imprisonment
    Edward Strauch — Guilty, sentenced to death, died in a hospital while suffering from an epileptic attack

    The Krupp Trial
    Friedrich von Bülow — Guilty, sentenced to 12 years’ imprisonment
    Karl Adolf Ferdinand Eberhardt — Guilty, sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment
    Eduard Houdremont — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment
    Max Otto Ihn — Guilty, sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment
    Friedrich Wilhelm Janssen — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment
    Heinrich Leo Korschan — Guilty, sentenced to six years’ imprisonment
    Alfried Krupp — Guilty, sentenced to 12 years’ imprisonment plus forfeiture of property. Was released by John J. McCloy 1951, and had his property returned to him
    Hans Albert Gustav Kupke — Guilty, sentenced to two years, 10 months’ imprisonment
    Werner Wilhelm Heinrich Lehmann — Guilty, sentenced to six years’ imprisonment
    Ewald Oskar Ludwig Löser — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment
    Erich Müller — Guilty, sentenced to 12 years’ imprisonment
    Karl Heinrich Pfirsch — Acquitted

    The Ministries Trial
    Gottlob Berger — Guilty, sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Ernst Wilhelm Bohle — Guilty, sentenced to five years’ imprisonment
    Richard Walther Darré — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment (released in 1950)
    Otto Dietrich — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment (released in 1950)
    Otto von Erdmannsdorff — Acquitted
    Hans Kehrl — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Wilhelm Keppler — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Paul Körner — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Lutz Graf Schwerin von Krosigk — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Hans Heinrich Lammers — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Otto Meissner — Acquitted, later committed suicide from reprocussions of being returned to Germany
    Gustav Adolf Steengracht von Moyland — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment (released in 1950)
    Paul Pleiger — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Emil Puhl — Guilty, sentenced to five years’ imprisonment
    Karl Rasche — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment
    Karl Ritter — Guilty, released after the judgement due to time already served
    Walter Schellenberg — Guilty, sentenced to six years’ imprisonment
    Wilhelm Stuckart — Guilty, released after the judgement due to time already served
    Edmund Veesenmayer — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)
    Ernst von Weizsäcker — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment (released in 1950 by John J. McCloy)
    Ernst Woermann — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)

    The High Command Trial

    Johannes Blaskowitz — Committed suicide
    Karl-Adolf Hollidt — Guilty, sentenced to five years’ imprisonment (released in 1949)
    Hermann Hoth — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment (released in 1954)
    Georg von Küchler — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 12 years (released in 1953 on medical grounds)
    Wilhelm von Leeb — Guilty, released after judgement due to time already served.
    Rudolf Lehmann — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment
    Hermann Reinecke — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1954)
    Georg-Hans Reinhardt — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment (released in 1952)
    Karl von Roques — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment, died in prison in 1949
    Hans von Salmuth — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment, commuted to 12 years
    Otto Schniewind — Acquitted
    Hugo Sperrle — Acquitted
    Walter Warlimont — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1954)
    Otto Wöhler — Guilty, sentenced to eight years’ imprisonment (released in 1951)

    The Auschwitz Trial

    Hans Aumeier — Guilty, sentenced to death
    August Bogusch — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Therese Brandl — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Arthur Breitwiser — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Alexander Bülow — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Fritz Buntrock — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Luise Danz — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Erich Dinges — Guilty, sentenced to five years’ imprisonment
    Wilhelm Gehring — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Paul Götze — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Maximilian Grabner — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Hans Hofmann — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Rudolf Höß — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Karl Jeschke — Guilty, sentenced to three years’ imprisonment
    Heinrich Josten — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Oswald Kaduk — Guilty, sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonment
    Hermann Kirschner — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Josef Kollmer — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Johann Kremer — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Hildegard Lächert — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Arthur Liebehenschel — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Anton Lechner — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Eduard Lorenz — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Herbert Ludwig — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Maria Mandel — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Adolf Medefind — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Karl Möckel — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Kurt Mueller — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Erich Muehsfeldt — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Hans Münch — Acquitted
    Detlef Nebbe — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Alice Orlowski — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Ludwig Plagge — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Franz Romeikat — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Richard Schroeder — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment
    Hans Schumacher — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Karl Seufert — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Paul Szczurek — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Johannes Weber — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment

    The Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials

    Stefan Baretzki — Guilty, sentenced to life plus eight years’ imprisonment
    Emil Bednarek — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Wilhelm Boger — Guilty, sentenced to life plus five years’ imprisonment
    Perry Broad — Guilty, sentenced to four years’ imprisonment
    Viktor Capesius — Guilty, sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment
    Klaus Dylewski — Guilty, sentenced to five years’ imprisonment
    Willi Frank — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment
    Emil Hantl — Guilty, sentenced to three-and-one-half years’ imprisonment
    Karl-Friedrich Höcker — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment
    Franz-Johann Hoffmann — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Oswald Kaduk — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Josef Klehr — Guilty, sentenced to life plus 15 years’ imprisonment
    Dr. Franz Lucas — Guilty, sentenced to three years and three months’ imprisonment
    Robert Mulka — Guilty, sentenced to 14 years’ imprisonment
    Willi Sawatzki — Acquitted
    Willi Schatz — Acquitted
    Herbert Scherpe — Guilty, sentenced to four-and-one-half years’ imprisonment
    Bruno Schlange — Guilty, sentenced to six years’ imprisonment
    Friedrich Schlüter — Guilty, sentenced to four-and-one-half years’ imprisonment
    Johann Schobert — Acquitted
    Willi Stark — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment
    Kurt Uhlenbroock — Acquitted

    The Buchenwald Trial
    Max Schobert — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Josef Kestel — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Hermann Grossmann — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Hermann Helbig — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Hans Wolf — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Hubert Krautwurst — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Emil Pleissner — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Richard Köhler — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Friedrich Wilhelm — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Hans Merbach — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Hans Theodor Schmidt — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Hermann Pister — Guilty, sentenced to death, died in prison
    Dr. Hans Eisele — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Helmut Roscher — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Phillip Grimm — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Albert Schwartz — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Hermann Hackmann — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Gustav Heigel — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Guido Reimer — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Anton Bergmeier — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Otto Barnewald — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to life imprisonment
    Peter Merker — Guilty, sentenced to death, commuted to 20 years
    Franz Zinecker — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Josias Erbprinz zu Waldeck und Pyrmont Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 20 years
    Dr. Werner Greunuss — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, commuted to 20 years
    Dr. Edwin Katzenellenbogen — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment
    Ilse Koch — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment, but committed suicide in 1967
    Wolfgang Otto — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Dr. Arthur Dietzsch — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Walter Wendt — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment, commuted to five years
    Dr. August Bender — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment, commuted to three years

    The Belsen Trial
    Josef Kramer — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Irma Grese — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Elisabeth Volkenrath — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Juana Bormann — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Fritz Klein — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Plus nine other Germans who were executed for their War Crimes at Belsen.

    The Neuengamme Trials
    Max Pauly — Guilty, sentenced to death
    SS Dr Bruno Kitt — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Anton Thumann — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Johann Reese — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Willy Warnke — Guilty, sentenced to death
    SS Dr Alfred Trzebinski— Guilty, sentenced to death
    Heinrich Ruge — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Wilhem Bahr — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Andreas Brems — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Wilhelm Dreimann— Guilty, sentenced to death
    Adolf Speck — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Karl Totzauer — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment
    Karl Wiedemann — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Walter Kummel — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years imprisonment

    War-responsibility trials in Finland

    Toivo Mikael Kivimäki — Guilty, sentenced to five years’ imprisonment
    Antti Kukkonen — Guilty, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment
    Edwin Linkomies — Guilty, sentenced to five-and-one-half years’ imprisonment
    Johan Wilhelm Rangell — Guilty, sentenced to six years’ imprisonment
    Henrik Ramsay — Guilty, sentenced to two-and-one-half years’ imprisonment
    Tyko Reinikka — Guilty, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment
    Risto Ryti — Guilty, sentenced to 10 years’ hard labour
    Väinö Tanner — Guilty, sentenced to five-and-one-half years’ imprisonment

    Bucharest People’s Tribunal

    Gheoghe Alexianu — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Ion Antonescu — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Mihai Antonescu — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Constantin Vasiliu — Guilty, sentenced to death

    International Military Tribunal for the Far East

    Sadao Araki — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Kenji Doihara — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Kingorō Hashimoto — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Shunroku Hata — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Kiichirō Hiranuma — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Kōki Hirota — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Naoki Hoshino — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Seishirō Itagaki — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Okinori Kaya — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Kōichi Kido — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Heitarō Kimura — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Kuniaki Koiso — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (died in prison in 1950)
    Iwane Matsui — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Yosuke Matsuoka — Died of natural causes during the course of the trial
    Jirō Minami — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Akira Mutō — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Osami Nagano — Died of natural causes during the course of the trial
    Takazumi Oka — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Shūmei Ōkawa — Ruled unfit to stand trial after suffering from mental illness
    Hiroshi Ōshima — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Kenryō Satō — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Mamoru Shigemitsu — Guilty, sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment (released in 1950)
    Shigetarō Shimada — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Toshio Shiratori — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (died in prison in 1949)
    Teiichi Suzuki — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)
    Shigenori Tōgō — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment (died in prison in 1949)
    Hideki Tōjō — Guilty, sentenced to death
    Yoshijirō Umezu — Guilty, sentenced to life imprisonment (released in 1955)

    Other trials were held at various locations in the Far East, by the United States, Australia, China, the United Kingdom, and other Allied coutries. In all, a total of 920 Japanese military and naval personnel and civilians were executed following World War II.

    Khabarovsk War Crime Trials

    Mitomo Kazuo — Guilty, sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment
    Kawashima Kiyoshi — Guilty, sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonment
    Onoue Masao — Guilty, sentenced to 12 years’ imprisonment
    Kikuchi Norimitsu — Guilty, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment
    Otozō Yamada — Guilty, sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonment
    Kajitsuka Ryuji — Guilty, sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonment
    Sato Shunji — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment
    Takahashi Takaatsu — Guilty, sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonment
    Karasawa Tomio — Guilty, sentenced to 18 years’ imprisonment
    Nishi Toshihide — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment
    Kurushima Yuji — Guilty, sentenced to three years’ imprisonment
    Hirazakura Zensaku — Guilty, sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment

    Others

    Austrian
    Hermine Braunsteiner (16 July 1919 through 19 April 1999) — extradited from the United States to West Germany in 1973. Released from prison 1in 1996
    Amon Goeth — executed on 13 September 1946 for his War Crimes.

    Croatian
    Ante Pavelić
    Andrija Artuković
    Mile Budak
    Vjekoslav Luburić

    Danish
    Søren Kam, (born 1921) Member of the Nazi Party of Denmark, who fled from Denmark to Germany after the war, and later became a German citizen. On September 21, 2006, Kam was detained in the German town of Kempten im Allgäu. He is wanted in Denmark for the assassination of Danish newspaper editor Carl Henrik Clemmensen in Copenhagen in August 1943.

    German

    Further information: Ex-Nazi
    Otto Abetz — sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment in 1949, appealed in 1952, released in 1954
    Richard Baer (1911 – 63). Sturmbannführer, commander of the Auschwitz I concentration camp. Lived under the pseudonym of Karl Neumann after the War. Then discovered in 1960 and arrested.
    Klaus Barbie — sentenced to life imprisonment in 1987, died after serving four years imprisonment
    Heinz Barth — convicted in 1983 for his involvement in the Oradour-sur-Glane massacre; released in 1997; died in 2007
    Alois Brunner — escaped, worked for the Gehlen Organization
    Anton Dostler — executed by an American firing squad in Italy on December 1, 1945
    Luise Danz, (born in 1917) Aufseherin at various camps, including Plaszów, Majdanek, Auschwitz-Birkenau, and Malchow. Danz was brought to trial in 1996, but the charges were dismissed due to her advanced age and unfitness to stand trial
    Adolf Eichmann — lived for years in Argentina, captured by Israeli agents in 1961, convicted of High Crimes against the Jewish nation and humanity, in Israel, and executed on June 1, 1962
    Karl Frenzel, (born in 1911) An Oberscharführer who served at Sobibór extermination camp. Frenzel aided in the implementation of the Final Solution, taking part in the industrial-scale extermination of thousands of prisoners as part of Operation Reinhard. Sentenced to life imprisonment in 1966 but released in 1982 due to his ill health.
    Herbert Kappler — sentenced by Italy to life imprisonment in 1947. Escaped from prison in1977, then died in 1978
    Fritz Knochlein — (born in 1911) Responsible for Le Paradis massacre in 1940, tried, convicted, and hanged by the forces of the United Kingdom in 1949.
    Emanuel Schäfer — sentenced to six-and-one-half years’ imprisonment, but died 1974
    Kurt Meyer — Sentenced to execution, commuted to a life sentence, later reduced to 14 years’ imprisonment, served for 10 years in prison.

    Italian
    Rodolfo Graziani — sentenced to 19 years’ imprisonment for treason, released after just a few months. He died in 1955.

    Japanese
    Masaharu Homma — convicted of War Crimes, sentenced to death, then executed on April 3, 1946.

    Latvian
    Konrad Kalejs (26 June 1913 through 8 November 2001) — Immigrated to Australia in 1950; moved to the United States in 1959; deported from the United States to Australia in 1994; fled from Australia to Canada in 1995; deported from Canada 1997; moved to England; and then to Australia. Died in Australia in 2001. A member of the Arajs Kommando.
    Boleslavs Makovskis 21 January 1904 – 19 April 1996. Fled to From the United States to West Germany in 1987; put on trial in 1990; but his trial was quashed before its end.
    Elmars Sporgis (26 November 1914 through 10 July 1991) Exonerated in 1984.

    Lithuanian
    Vladas Zajanckauskas In 2005 at the age 89, his U.S. citizenship was ordered revoked in 2007. He was ordered to be deported.

    Palestinian
    Mohammad Amin al-Husayni — escaped, but died in 1974

  2. The 2014 Annual Nazi war criminals report[1] lists eight of the men on the 2013 Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Most Wanted List[citation needed] that are still alive:
    1.Gerhard Sommer (age 93. Last known location: Germany)
    2.Vladimir Katriuk (age 93. Last known location: Canada)
    3.Hans (Antanus) Lipschis (age 95. Last known status: Arrested in Germany, 2013,[2] found unfit for trial due to dementia).
    4.Ivan (John) Kalymon (age 94. Found in United States, lost US citizenship, died in 2014 while awaiting extradition to Germany[3])
    5.Søren Kam (age 93. Last known location: Germany)
    6.Algimantas Dailidė (age 93. Last known news: Deported from USA to Germany in 2004. Sentenced to five years imprisonment, but was diagnosed “medically unfit to be punished”.)
    7.Theodor Szehinskyj (age 91. Last known location: United States)
    8.Helmut Oberlander (age 91. Last known location: Canada)

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