Nuremberg - Day 16: Kaltenbrunner Plea

Publié le par Robert H Jackson Center

On the 16th day of the Trial, Dec. 10, 1945, the Defendant Ernst Kaltenbrunner was brought into the dock for the first time. 

Nuremberg - Day 16: Kaltenbrunner Plea

He had been confined in a nearby Army hospital with a circulatory illness. He was the deputy to Reichsfuehrer Heinrich Himmler. He plead not guily and said "I do not believe i have made myself guilty". He was followed by Sidney Alderman, Counsel to the American Delegation, who presented the case on Collaboration with Italy and Japan and the Case on Aggressive War against the United States. For further information see www.roberthjackson.org

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