Palace of justice

Nuremberg Trials

  • The Doctors (or Medical) Case

    The Doctors (or Medical) Case
    Twenty-three Nazi physicians charged with conducting inhuman experiments on German civilians and nationals of other countries. The experiments ranged from studying the effects of high altitude and malaria to sterilization.
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    Nuremberg Trials

  • Milch Case

    Milch Case
    Former German Field Marshall Erhard Milch charged with murder and cruel treatment of POWs, and with participation in experiments dealing with effects of high altitude and freezing.
  • The Justice (or Judges) Case

    The Justice (or Judges) Case
    Nine members of the Reich Ministry of Justice and seven members of the People's and Special Courts charged with using their power as prosecutors and judges to commit war crimes and crimes against humanity.
  • The Pohl Case

    The Pohl Case
    Oswald Pohl and seventeen other members of WVHA (Economic and Administrative Office) charged with war crimes against POWs in concentration camps which WVHA controlled after spring of 1942.
  • The Flick Case

    The Flick Case
    Six members of the Flick Concern, a group of industrial enterprises (including coal mines and steel plants) charged with using slave labor and POWs, deporting persons for labor in Geman-occupied territories, and plundering private property--the "Aryanization" of Jewish properties.
  • The Hostage Case

    The Hostage Case
    Twelve defendants, officers in the German Armed Forces, charged with murdering thousands of civilians in Greece, Yugoslavia, and Albania, commiting acts of devastation in Norway and other countries, drafting orders denying POWs rights, and ordering the slaughter of surrendered troops.
  • The I.G. Farben Case

    The I.G. Farben Case
    Twenty-four defendants, all in the IG Farben industrial concern, charged with plunder and spoliation of private property in German-occupied territories and other war crimes.
  • The Einsatzgruppen Case

    The Einsatzgruppen Case
    Twenty-four defendants, all
    members of German mobile killing units, the Einsatzgruppen, charged with the murder and ill-treatment of POWs and civilians in occupied countries, and with wanton destruction not justified by military necessity.
  • The R.U.S.H.A Case

    The R.U.S.H.A Case
    Fourteen defendants, officials in the Race and Settlement Office and the Office for the Strenghtening of Germandom, charged with crimes against humanity relating to murder, deportation, and torture on political, racial, and religious grounds.
  • The Krupp Case

    The Krupp Case
    Alfred Krupp and eleven other defendants, all members of the Krupp industrial concern, charged with enslavement and other war crimes, including the plunder of public and private property.
  • The Ministries Case

    The Ministries Case
    Twenty-one defendants, including three Reich Ministers, as well other members of the Nazi Party hierarchy, charged with waging wars of aggression, violating international treaties, and committing various crimes of war and crimes against humanity.