List of Axis personnel indicted for war crimes

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The following is a list of people suspected of committing war crimes on behalf of Nazi Germany or any of the Axis Powers during World War II. It does not include people from Allied countries who were suspected of treason.

The Nuremberg Trials[edit]

Main article: Nuremberg Trials

Subsequent Nuremberg Trials[edit]

The Doctors' Trial[edit]

Main article: Doctors' Trial

The Milch Trial[edit]

Main article: Milch Trial

The Judges' Trial[edit]

Main article: Judges' Trial

The Pohl Trial[edit]

Main article: Pohl Trial

The Flick Trial[edit]

Main article: Flick Trial

The IG Farben Trial[edit]

Main article: IG Farben Trial

The Hostages Trial[edit]

Main article: Hostages Trial

The RuSHA trial[edit]

Main article: RuSHA trial

The Einsatzgruppen Trial[edit]

Main article: Einsatzgruppen Trial

The Krupp Trial[edit]

Main article: Krupp Trial

The Ministries Trial[edit]

Main article: Ministries Trial

The High Command Trial[edit]

Main article: High Command Trial

The Auschwitz Trial[edit]

Main article: Auschwitz Trial

The Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials[edit]

The Dachau Trial[edit]

Main article: Dachau Trials

Dachau[edit]

Malmedy massacre trial (please note that these are the original sentences, a lot have been altered later)

Buchenwald[edit]

Mauthausen[edit]

Flossenbürg[edit]

Mühldorf[edit]

Dora-Nordhaussen[edit]

Main article: Dora Trial

The Belsen Trial[edit]

Main article: Belsen Trial

The Neuengamme Trials[edit]

Bucharest People’s Tribunal[edit]

International Military Tribunal for the Far East[edit]

(trials held in Tokyo)

Other trials were held at various locations in the Far East, by the United States, Australia, China, the United Kingdom, and other Allied countries. In all, a total of 920 Japanese military and naval personnel and civilians were executed following World War II.[1]

Khabarovsk War Crime Trials[edit]

Others[edit]

Austrian[edit]

Croatian[edit]

Danish[edit]

Dutch[edit]

German[edit]

Further information: Ex-Nazi

Italian[edit]

Japanese[edit]

Latvian[edit]

Lithuanian[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Spackman, Chris; contributors (2002–2004). An Encyclopedia of Japanese History. 
  2. ^ http://www.trial-ch.org/en/resources/trial-watch/trial-watch/profiles/profile/3842/action/show/controller/Profile/tab/fact.html

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