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Nuremberg Trial Day 108 (1946) Rudolf Hoess Testimony (Complete)
par Mémoires de Guerre
On April 15, 1946, Col. Rudolf Hoess, Commandant at Auschwitz, testified to the murder of 2.5 million Jews under his direction. It was all done at Himmler's direct orders as a Fuehrer's Order for the final solution. This is his complete testimony where he was questioned by several of the Defendants' counsel as well as Col. Amen, Gen. Rudenko and Judge Biddle. Hoess' testimony was the most comprehensive description of the largest of the extermination camps. For further information, see www.roberthjackson.org.