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Nuernberg Military Tribunals; Trials of War Criminals (the Green Series), Vol 02

Nuernberg Military Tribunals; Trials of War Criminals (the Green Series), Vol 02

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Trials of War Criminals Before the Nuernberg Military Tribunals Under Control Council Law No 10 (The Green Series)

October 1946 - April 1949

This 15-volume series, also known as “The Green Series,” focuses on the 12 trials of almost 200 defendants.

The defendants included: diplomats, politicians and jurists, such as Ernst von Weizsaecker, the State Secretary of the Foreign Office, cabinet ministers Schwerin von Krosigk and Hans Lammers, and the Acting Minister of Justice Franz Schlegelberger; military leaders, including Field Marshals Wilhelm von Leeb, Wilhelm List, and Georg von Küchler; SS (Schutzstaffel) leaders, such as Otto Ohlendorf and Oswald Pohl; leading industrialists, such as Friedrich Flick, Alfred Krupp, and the directors of I. G. Farben; and physicians, such as Gerhard Rose.

The trial proceedings, conducted in English and German, were carried out under the direct authority of the Allied Control Council, Law No. 10, the text of which is included in Volume I of “the Green Series.”

The trials lasted two and a half years, and produced more than 300,000 pages of testimony and evidence. This publication by the United States Government Printing Office is the official abridged record of the individual indictments and judgments, as well as the administrative materials that were common to all the trials.
Trials of War Criminals Before the Nuernberg Military Tribunals Under Control Council Law No 10 (The Green Series)

October 1946 - April 1949

This 15-volume series, also known as “The Green Series,” focuses on the 12 trials of almost 200 defendants.

The defendants included: diplomats, politicians and jurists, such as Ernst von Weizsaecker, the State Secretary of the Foreign Office, cabinet ministers Schwerin von Krosigk and Hans Lammers, and the Acting Minister of Justice Franz Schlegelberger; military leaders, including Field Marshals Wilhelm von Leeb, Wilhelm List, and Georg von Küchler; SS (Schutzstaffel) leaders, such as Otto Ohlendorf and Oswald Pohl; leading industrialists, such as Friedrich Flick, Alfred Krupp, and the directors of I. G. Farben; and physicians, such as Gerhard Rose.

The trial proceedings, conducted in English and German, were carried out under the direct authority of the Allied Control Council, Law No. 10, the text of which is included in Volume I of “the Green Series.”

The trials lasted two and a half years, and produced more than 300,000 pages of testimony and evidence. This publication by the United States Government Printing Office is the official abridged record of the individual indictments and judgments, as well as the administrative materials that were common to all the trials.

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TRIALS 
OF
WAR
CRIMINALS 
BEFORE
THE 
NUERNBERG MILITARY TRIBUNALS 
UNDER 
CONTROL COUNCIL
LAW
No.
10
VOLUME
I1
NUERNBERG OCTOBER 1946-APRIL
1949 
For sale
by
the Superintendent of Documente.
U.
S.
Government Printing OfficeWashinnton
25.
D.
C.
-
Price
$2.75
Buckram
 
CONTENTS
The
Medical
Case
(Introductory material and basic directive6 under which trials were conducted togetherwith Chapters I-VIII-E of Medical Case are printed in Volume
I.)
Pam
VIII
.
Evidence and Arguments on Important Aspects of the Case (cont'd)
..............................................
1
F
.
Necessity
............................................
1
G
.
Subjection to Medical Experimentation as Substitute for Penalties
..........................................
44 
H
.
Usefulness of the Experiments
........................
61
I
.
Medical Ethics
.......................................
70 1
.
General Principles
...............................
70 2
.
German Medical Profession
......................
86 3
.
Medical Experiments in other Countries
............
90
IX
.
Ruling of the Tribunal on Count One of the Indictment
......
122 
X
.
Final Plea for Defendant Karl Brandt by Dr
.
Servatius
......
123 
XI
.
Final Statements of the Defendants.
19
July
1947
............
138 
XI1
.
Judgment
................................................
171 
The
Proof as to War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity
.
. 
Permissible Medical Experiments
......................... 
The Medical Service in Germany
.......................... 
The Ahnei~erbeSociety
.................................. 
Karl Brandt
............................................ 
The Jurisdiction of the Tribunal
...........................
172 
The Charge
...............................................
173 
Count One
...............................................
173 
Count Two and Three
.....................................
174 
Count Four
...............................................
180 
Handloser
.............................................
Rostock
............................................... 
Schroeder
.............................................. 
Genzken
...............................................
Gebhardt
..............................................
Blome
.................................................
Rudolf Brandt
.......................................... 
Mrugowsky
............................................ 