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Back to New Search. Date October 23 - November Locale Berlin, [Berlin] Germany.
Expand all. About British date site Photograph. Event History On October 23, fifteen former Sachsenhausen concentration camp personnel and one former prisoner were brought to trial before a Soviet Military Tribunal in Berlin.
Among the defendants were Anton Kaindl, the former commandant, and Paul Sakowski, a kapo who had served as an executioner. The findings were announced on November 1, after only a brief trial.
All sixteen were found guilty. Fifteen of the defendants were sentenced to life in prison with forced labor and one, strip club sunnyvale fifteen years in prison with forced labor.
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