General Telford Taylor in courtroom and prosecution reads, the crimes done by the Einsatzgruppen, during a trial in Nuremberg.
Nuremberg Germany Date:1947, September 29 Duration:7 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
The Einsatzgruppen Case in Nuremberg, Germany. General Telford Taylor in a courtroom. A member of the prosecution reads in part the description of the mass murders committed by the Einsatzgruppen. He also describes how the displaced persons, or DPs, were put into a van and gassed to death. One Einsatzgruppen detachment while making a report states that 121, 817 Jews were killed and that at one place they arrested all Jews over 16 and with an exception of the doctors and the elders all of them were executed. The leader of Einsatzgruppen reports that 15,000 Jews were executed in Schrewindt.
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