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By Javier Gómez Pérez

BERGEN BELSEN focus CAMP CASE No. 10: THE BERGEN BELSEN TRIAL TRIAL OF JOSEF KRAMER AND forty four OTHERS BRITISH army courtroom, LUNEBURG, seventeenth SEPTEMBER-17th NOVEMBER, 1945

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He collapsed, and the deponent dragged him away with an open wound in his head. Three hours later he died. The deponent belonged to Block 21. The Russian was a strong healthy man. 32). On the 4th April, 1945, 3,000 males left by rail for Belsen. Just before the liberation he came into Muller’s block, No. He beat them with a stick, and one Russian collapsed whom Muller never saw again. woman at Auschwitz; she had roll-calls lasting six hours, and during the time she made internees hold their hands above their heads each holding a large stone.

He himself had not recovered from the beating the accused gave him on that occasion. The wounds still remained. The accused also beat many persons in the deponent’s working party. Diament had seen her savagely beating women and girls with a stick. Lobauer was in charge of working parties under Grese. S. woman employed in the kitchen at Belsen. She beat people with a rubber stick for stealing. S. S. women. She was very cruel and made a habit of beating them and pulling their hair. S. woman Ehlert used to deputise for Volkenrath and was also cruel and acted in the same manner.

A Jew from Poland, stated that he spent the period from 5th November, 1943, to 30th May, 1944, as a prisoner in Birkenau. He prepared for the Court a map of that camp, which was entered by the Prosecution as an exhibit. The witness saw her being taken to Block 25 and never saw her again. Lothe beat other prisoners too. Stewart This witness introduced certain death certificates made by the German authorities at Belsen and entered by the Prosecution. They provided particulars of seven persons who died at Belsen from either general weakness, exhaustion or tuberculosis.

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