Ravensbruck Trial Ends: WWII Nazi War Criminals (1947) | British Pathé

Published on Jan 9, 2022
Nazi men and women that are accused of perpetrating atrocities in Ravensbruck concentration camp have their final sentences pronounced in a court in Hamburg, Germany in 1947.

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Ravensbruck trial ends. Hamburg, Germany.

The Nazi men and women accused of perpetrating atrocities in Ravensbruck concentration camp hear their sentences pronounced in court at Hamburg. M/S as the accused, guarded by British military policemen and women are brought one by one into the dock to hear their sentences. They include Carmen Maria Mory, the "Black Angel" in dark fur coat. Brief shot of Mr Stirling, K.C. wearing wig, getting up and leaving court. M/S of the large black Maria carrying the prisoners driving away from the court. Brief shot soldiers marching along.

Cataloguer's note: the accused were - J. Schwarzhuber, Ludwig Ramdohr, Gustav Binder, Heinrich Peters, Dorothea Binz, Margarete Newes, Greta Bosel, Eugenia Von Skene, Carmen Maria Mory, Vera Salvequart, Eliz Marshall, Gerhard Schidlauski, Percy Triete, Rolf Rosenthal, Martin Hellinger, and A. Winkelmann who died of heart failure before sentence could be passed on him. Date of item: 10/2/1947.

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