Otto Ohlendorf, the Einsatzgruppen leader, talks about the corpses and killing of Jews during War Crimes Trials in Nuremberg.
Nuremberg Germany Date:1947, September 29 Duration:4 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
The Einsatzgruppen Case in Nuremberg, Germany. The member of prosecution reads the indictment. Prisoner Otto Ohlendorf gives reports that the group of corpses were first buried in the snow and then later buried by the Army. Einsatzgruppen Case reports the extermination of Jews by the death squad after the capture of Kiev. Report goes on to say that not only the Jews were considered politically dangerous but others such as Russians, Georgians, Poles etc. were also considered to have Bolshevistic tendencies. Otto Ohlendorf, the commander of the Einsatzgruppen death squad unit destroyed over 90,000 Jews. One Einsatzgruppen killed 700 people.
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