Hanns Albin Rauter is tried for Nazi war crimes in the Hague, Netherlands.
The Hague Netherlands Date:1948 Duration:4 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
Dutch war court in the Hague, Netherlands. Hanns Albin Rauter, Nazi police leader on trial for his crimes in German occupied Netherlands during World War II. Dignitaries and people in courtroom stand up as the judges arrive and take their seats. Session of trial begins. Views of prosecution desk and tribunal seen in turns. Hans Albin Rauter is being questioned by judges. Flashback scenes of civilians being rounded up and deported on trains to concentration camps, while in the background the prosecutor reads the charges. Documents about crimes committed by the accused. Another man enters the courtroom, takes the oath and is questioned by the tribunal. The man is a supervisor of prisoners working for the Germans, and at the time of the trial was detained at a Rotterdam Penitentiary.
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