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15 Jan 1951

Germany
  • Ilse Koch was found guilty of incitement to murder, incitement to attempted murder, and incitement to the crime of committing grievous bodily harm. She was given the sentence of life imprisonment and forfeiture of civil rights. ww2dbase [Ilse Koch | CPC]
  • Hellmuth Felmy was released from imprisonment. ww2dbase [Hellmuth Felmy | CPC]

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