Hamburg Ravensbrueck Trials
The Hamburg Ravensbrück trials were a series of seven trials for war crimes against camp officials from the Ravensbrück concentration camp that the British authorities held in their occupation zone in Germany in Hamburg after the end of World War II. These trials were heard before a military tribunal; the three to five judges at these trials were British officers, assisted by a lawyer. The defendants included concentration camp personnel of all levels: SS officers, camp doctors, male guards, female guards (Aufseherinnen), and a few former prisoner-functionaries who had tortured or mistreated other inmates. In total, 38 defendants were tried in these seven trials. 21 of the defendants were women. Executions relating to these trials were carried out on the gallows at Hameln Prison by British hangman Albert Pierrepoint.

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Patricia Heberer, J__rgen Matth__us, 2008
By 9 September 1946 Somerhough forwarded the Interim Report on the Ravensbrück investigations to the jag in London and proposed a conference among some key ... It was at Hamburg, however, that Britain staged Ravensbrück Trial No.
After the Reich: The Brutal History of the Allied Occupation
After the Reich: The Brutal History of the Allied Occupation
Giles MacDonogh, 2009
This absorbing study of the Allied occupation of Germany and Austria from 1945 to 1949 shows that the end of WWII by no means ended the suffering. A vengeful Red Army visited on German women an ordeal of mass rape, while looting the Soviet occupation zone of almost everything of value, from watches to factories. Millions of ethnic Germans were driv...
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In this companion to Code Name Verity (2012), readers meet American Rose Justice, who ferries Allied planes from England to Paris. The first quarter of the book, which begins in 1944, describes Rose’s work, both its dangers and its highs. It also makes the connection between Rose and the heroine of the previous book, Julie, through their mutual fri...
The Jewish Women of Ravensbruck Concentration Camp
The Jewish Women of Ravensbruck Concentration Camp
Rochelle G. Saidel, 2006
She and her drawings became well known, because she brought them to the Ravensbriick war-criminal trials in Hamburg in 1946-1947 as part of her testimony against Nazi personnel at the camp. Violette was in the French resistance, ...
Nazi Medicine and the Nuremberg Trials: From Medical War Crimes to Informed Consent
Nazi Medicine and the Nuremberg Trials: From Medical War Crimes to Informed Consent
Paul Julian Weindling, 2006
'Prodigiously researched...the book offers valuable insights into the dynamics of the Trial and, more generally, the vulnerability of ethics to the demands of scientific progress.' - Social History of Medicine'A masterly volume' - The Lancet'Is there anything left to say about the trial of the Nazi doctors at Nuremberg? Wei...
Quickly to Her Fate
Quickly to Her Fate
Phillip E. Jones, 2010
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The Politics of Reparations and Apologies (Springer Series in Transitional Justice)
The Politics of Reparations and Apologies (Springer Series in Transitional Justice)
Stephanie Wolfe, 2013
​​​​​​The Politics of Reparations and Apologies examines the evolution and dynamics of reparation politics and justice. The volume introduces the key concepts, theories, and terms associated with social movements and in particular, the redress and reparation movement (RRM). Drawing from RRMs that have their foundation in World War II--the German ge...
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Force 1109: Soldier, Executioner & Pro Lifer: THE HAMBURG RAVENSBRUCK TRIALS (5 DECEMBER 1946 TO 21 JULY 1948)
On this date, 5 December 1948, The Hamburg Ravensbrück Trials began against the camp officials from the Hamburg Ravensbrück Concentration Camp. I will post the information from Wikipedia.
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Dachau KZ: KZ RAVENSBRÜCK WOMEN INCARCERATED PART 5
MEDICAL EXPERIMENTS  Professor Dr. Karl Gebhardt, chief physician and director of the Sanatorium Hohenlychen and personal physician to Heinrich Himmler, between August 1942 and August 1943 led experiments on 74 Polish prisoners and twelve prisoners of other nationalities.
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Corrie ten Boom forgave a Ravensbrück SS guard | Scrapbookpages Blog
This morning I heard Kenneth B. McMillan, Presiding Bishop in the Mormon church, give a sermon on TV. He told the story about a former SS guard at the Ravensbrück women's concentration camp, who asked Corrie ten Boom to forgive him for his crime of being a camp guard. She hesitated, but then held out…
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/2233890.stm : source for image source: Ravensbrueck http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/Ravensbruck.html In February 1945, a gas chamber was constructed at Ravensbrück and, by April 1945, between 2,200 and 2,300 were killed in the gas chamber. The majority of those killed by gas in the camp were Hungarian, mostly Jewish, then Polish, then Russian. Women prisoners working as scribes counted…
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Kepikiran Lagi: 10 Female Concentration Camp Guards
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War and consequences | On a Clear Day I Can Read Forever
Rose Justice is a pilot, a poet, a POW. Most importantly, though, she has a promise to keep -- "to tell the world'' about the Nazi atrocities at the infamous World War II concentration camp Ravensbruck. Elizabeth Wein's Rose Under Fire (Disney/Hyperion, digital galley) is a companion volume to the award-winning Code Name Verity, and…
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Share with your friends! Facebook Twitter Email More Google Pinterest Reddit Tumblr StumbleUpon Digg Fark It Newsvine Instapaper Buffer Pocket Evernote App. net LinkedIn Print At least 10 times physically assaulted by Holocaust Enforcers (Jewish ADL, JDL, Communist); on several occasions nearly killed.
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