-John Demjanjuk. At the beginning, Demjanjuk was sentenced to death in 1988 after the survivors of the Holocaust said that he was the guard of “The Scary Ivan” camp in Treblinka. Around 870,000 people died in the camp.
-Nuremberg Court. Around Oct 1945- Oct 1946, International Military Court judged 22 Nazi figures, the most unknown figures. 12 were sentenced to death, 3 were freed, the rest were jailed. Around Dec 1946- Apr 1949, the court also judged 177 Nazi figures in 12 trials.
-Italy. Former member of Nazi, Karl Hass and former member of Schutzstaffel (SS), Erich Priebke, were accused of involving in Ardeatine Cave torture. The torture occured on 24 March 1944 and considered as one of the worst war crime in Italy. Both were life imprisoned.
-France. Klaus Barbie, Gestapo police officer in Lyon during WWII, was extradited to France from his hiding in Bolivia in 1983 and became the most significant former Nazi officer that has ever been tried. Maurice Papon was jailed for 10 years for his involvement in transporting Jews to Auschwitz.
-Eichmann Trial. Adolf Eichmann wwho was nicknamed “Death Technician” because he coordinated death schedule and logistic planning that enabled Hitler to do “Final Solution”, the genocide of 6 million Jews. He was executed to death in Dec 1961 in Israel.
Couretsy: Kompas (one big page advertisement and today the ad can be found on Straits Times section B if I’m not wrong)
1 million free seats? You just pay for the admin fees? Are you (Mr Tony Fernandez) crazy?