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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by danyb » 20 Jan 2019 09:12

T.G Rastatt
28.06.1949 - 12.08.1949
Jugement No 58/49

Karl Bauerle
born.02.08.1896. in Bühlerstal
Member of Organisation Todt , head of Hailfingen KL
proceedings suspended + 10 years H.L

Abraham Sztutmann
Lägeraltester in Hailfingen KL

Léo Kac
Stubendienst in Hailfingen KL

Sztutmann and Kac were both jewish inmates.
before Hailfingen , they were detained in Auschwitz and in Stutthof.

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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by Puck » 01 Feb 2019 21:31

Another trial: http://www.legal-tools.org/doc/09a1fd/pdf/

Engelbert Matuschik (born 17.12.1896 Schwientochlowitz)
10.12.1946 Rastatt 5 years, mistreatment of internees in Monsheim, released 15.07.1949

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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by Georges JEROME » 01 Feb 2019 21:48

danyb wrote:
20 Jan 2019 09:12
T.G Rastatt
28.06.1949 - 12.08.1949
Jugement No 58/49

Karl Bauerle
born.02.08.1896. in Bühlerstal
Member of Organisation Todt , head of Hailfingen KL
proceedings suspended + 10 years H.L

Abraham Sztutmann
Lägeraltester in Hailfingen KL

Léo Kac
Stubendienst in Hailfingen KL

Sztutmann and Kac were both jewish inmates.
before Hailfingen , they were detained in Auschwitz and in Stutthof.

Danyb
in KL Strutthof-Natzweiller, these duties went usually to asocials and sentenced for crimes less for political (sometimes communists). Lägeralterster was the highest rank for an inmate. I can't imagine Which charges against them ? created on 13.9.1944 Hailfingen was located near Baden Baden. on september the Hauptlager was evacuated in SW Germany.
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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by Georges JEROME » 01 Feb 2019 22:16

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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by Georges JEROME » 01 Feb 2019 22:23

Here an extract upon Abram Stuttmann
"Abram Stuttmann
Nach der Aufl ösung von Hailfi ngen wurde
Abram Stuttmann im Februar 1945 nach
Dautmergen transportiert. Beim Evakuierungsmarsch, so berichtete er, sei er in der Gegend
von Sigmaringen von den Franzosen befreit
worden.
Abram Stuttmann wohnte nach dem Krieg
zuerst in Reusten. Er ist ab 20.5.1945 dort
gemeldet47, arbeitete in der Reustener Mühle
bei Karl Rapp und heiratete 1947 oder 1948
die Reustener Metzgerstochter Alwine Egeler
(geb. 1921). Sie wohnten „im Haus vom Schuhmacher Hocker“, heute Rottenburgerstraße 15.
Einweihung der Tafel
7.6.2010. R: Robert Wald
47 Gemeindearchiv
Ammerbuch-Reusten A
224.
Abram Stuttmann 1945
R: ITS
Weitere Überlebende 45
Das Ehepaar Stuttmann bewirtschaftete die
Reithallengaststätte in Tübingen und später
eine Wirtschaft in Möckmühl-Züttlingen.
Schließlich bauten sie eine Gaststätte mit Kegelbahn in Balingen. Dort ist Abram Stuttmann
am 21.1.1987 nach 15jähriger Zuckerkrankheit
gestorben. Seine Frau starb 2004.
Erste Informationen entnahmen wir dem
Bändchen von Immo Opfermann (Hg.):
Das Unternehmen „Wüste“ – Ölschieferwerke
und Konzentrationslager entlang der Bahnlinie
Tübingen-Rottweil 1944/45, Leitfaden und
Materialien zur Ausstellung ... 7. Mai – 31. Juli
1997, Schömberg 1997, S. 64 f.
Renate Föll befragte Ende 2005 die Schwester von Alwine Stuttmann, Christel Hartmann
(Balingen) und im Frühjahr 2006 Gerlinde
Huber (Röthenbach), die Nichte von Frau
Alwine Stuttman. Zusätzlich gab uns der Neffe
Günther Egeler, heute „der Metzger“ in Reusten, Auskünfte.
Anfang 2011 identifi zierte Sam Baron
anhand eines Fotos Abram Stuttman als den
Kapo, der seinen Vater geschlagen hat (s. S. 9)"
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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by Georges JEROME » 01 Feb 2019 22:30

Here an extract upon Abram Stuttmann translated.
Abram Stuttmann
After the dissolution of Hailfi ngen was
Abram Stuttmann in February 1945 after
Dautmergen transports. At the evacuation march, he reported, he was in the area
freed from Sigmaringen by the French
Service.
Abram Stuttmann lived after the war
first in Reusten. He is there from 20.5.1945
reported47, worked in the Reustener mill
with Karl Rapp and married in 1947 or 1948
the butcher's daughter Alwine Egeler from Reusten
(born 1921). They lived "in the house of Schuhmacher stool", today Rottenburgerstraße 15.
Inauguration of the blackboard
07/06/2010. R: Robert Forest
47 Municipal Archive
Ammerbuch-Reusten A
224th
Abram Stuttmann 1945
R: ITS
Other survivors 45
The couple Stuttmann managed the
Reithallengaststätte in Tübingen and later
an economy in Möckmühl-Züttlingen.
Finally, they built a restaurant with bowling alley in Balingen. There is Abram Stuttmann
on 21.1.1987 after 15 years of diabetes
died. His wife died in 2004.
First information we took from the
Ribbon by Immo Opfermann (Hg.):
The company "desert" - oil slate works
and concentration camps along the railway line
Tübingen-Rottweil 1944/45, guide and
Exhibition materials ... 7th May - 31st July
1997, Schömberg 1997, p. 64 f.
At the end of 2005, Renate Föll interviewed the sister of Alwine Stuttmann, Christel Hartmann
(Balingen) and in spring 2006 Gerlinde
 Huber (Röthenbach), the niece of woman
Alwine Stuttman. In addition, the nephew gave us
Günther Egeler, today "the butcher" in Reusten, information.
In early 2011, Sam Baron identified
Based on a photo Abram Stuttman as the
Kapo, who beat his father (see page 9)
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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by Georges JEROME » 01 Feb 2019 22:35

here translation upon Leo Kac
eo Kac
Leo Kac came from Hailfi ngen to Dautmergen.
More has not been experienced so far. His address we had from the niece
by Abram Stuttmann, Mrs. Gerlinde Huber
(Röthenbach), with whom Renate Föll had spoken in 2006, for information about her
To get uncle.
Renate Föll telephoned in March 2006
Mrs. Kac in Balingen. She said her husband wanted
stop talking about it. He is now 84 years old
old. She explained that he had been in Auschwitz.
His whole family, 3 brothers, 2 sisters
and the parents were killed. Later be
he came to Dautmergen. With Abraham
He was a friend of Stuttmann. Whose
Woman gave after his death for any leaflet an interview, because a lot had been "rumgeschmiert" what did not vote
I did not want her husband to do that.
 In December 2008, we wrote to Ms.
Kac, that in Tailfi ngen an exhibition for
KZ Hailfi ngen / Tailfi ngen is planned in the
also her husband should be mentioned, added
41 Books on Demand, KZ
Memorials Bisingen
2,001th
Wolf bullfinch with wife
1988. R: Utz Jeggle
40 La promesse est tenue ... After 65 years of silence
the text that appear in the exhibition
should and asked for a photo of a recent date.
Then we got on 22.12.2008 a
Letter from a lawyer, the wife
Kac had been instructed. He told us
"That our client does not agree
is personally mentioned and presented in the context of the exhibitions you are planning
to become. (...) After the war he was on
Reason for unjustified accusations of
a French military court ... convicted.
(...) A later thorough investigation of the
Prosecutor Stuttgart has - by no means
for legal reasons - the procedure
finally set against our client. "
To avoid legal dispute, we have
then the name Leo Kac not mentioned
or anonymized
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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by ansata1976 » 23 Feb 2019 02:12

Hi Danyb

which information (date + place of birth, crime, date of release) do you have about

Johann Cornely sentenced to 5 years imprisonment 18.12.1946 in Paris
Jakob Waksmann sentenced to 2 years imprisonment 04.12.1946 in Paris
Wilhelm Mettel sentenced to life imprisonment 13.11.1946 in Toulouse

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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by ansata1976 » 23 Feb 2019 02:38

Which information do you have about the trials, sentences, crimes and release date of

Wilhelm Lauber (10.12.1889 in Scheibenhardt)
Wilhelm Niemes (15.09.1899 in Albsheim)
Hans Billenstein (25.09.1904 in Fürth)
Christian Baus (06.08.1900 in Neunkirchen)
Heinrich Weber (27.08.1901 in Naumburgerhoff)
Franz Pätzold (01.04.1901 in Heimerdorfor or Hemersdorf)
Johann Sitz (07.09.1898 in Saarbrücken)
Wilhelm Szameitat (31.01.1914 in Dortmund)
Ludwig Pintarelly (27.06.1902 in Rosbruck)
Albert Wilhelm Weber (09.11.1913 in Karlsruhe)
Georg Martz (02.12.1915 in Grimma)
Volkmar Fritscher (03.10.1908 in Trivithau or Zwickau)

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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by danyb » 05 Mar 2019 14:06

Volkmar Fritscher was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment in Paris on the 30.11.1949.
on the same trial , Georg Martz was sentenced to Life H.L.

source: Jugement No 1185/2499

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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by Researcher » 05 Mar 2019 19:07

hi danyb

Re: Volkmar Fritscher was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment in Paris on the 30.11.1949.
on the same trial , Georg Martz was sentenced to Life H.L.

I have Fritscher sentenced to 7 years in Bordeaux in April 1948. Is this incorrect?

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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by danyb » 06 Mar 2019 10:56

hello Researcher :wink:

sorry , this info is unknown to me.

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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by ansata1976 » 31 Mar 2019 18:19

Trials of Germans in France: Sentences: 2.345 (incl. in absentia: 1.314) death sentences: 650
Before the judge in France: 1.031 (105 death sentences – 54 executed)


I am interested in more information about

Harry Steingritt (?) Gestapo Lyon death sentence (fate unknown)
Ernst Floreck (?) Gestapo Lyon death sentence (fate unknown)

Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Dohse
22.07.1913 in Elmshorn
SS-Obersturmführer
Gestapo Bordeaux (head referat IV) from ? until ?
head Gestapo Odense (01.02.1945 – 05.05.1945)
sentenced to 7 years hard-labor 06.05.1953 in France (maybe Bordeaux?)
released?
died ??.??.1995

Alois Iser
23.09.1912 in Leoben
SS-Scharführer, Gestapo Aalborg, Gestapo Foix-Cahorsm
sentenced to life hard-labor 23.07.1952 in Bordeaux
When was Iser released?

What was the fate of:

Fritz Karl Franz Bolle (05.10.1901 in Hannover) Gestapo Toulouse death sentence 09.06.1953 in Bordeaux (in absentia)
Karl-Heinz Müller (6.2.1911 in Lüneburg) Gestapo Toulouse death sentence 13.06.1953 in Bordeaux (in absentia)
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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by ansata1976 » 31 Mar 2019 22:20

What was the crime of

Lothar Stolbinger (17.11.1909 in Bamberg) death sentence 11.07.1950 in Metz (in absentia)
Josef Steier (11.08.1917 in Oberursel) death sentence 23.07.1952 in Bordeaux (in absentia)
Otto Grabowski (?) death sentence 13.04.1951 in Metz (in absentia)
Helmuth Schlierbach (17.6.1913 in Offenbach/Main) death sentence 02.07.1954 in Lyon (in absentia)
Johannes Lottmann (17.05.1911 in Castrop-Rauxel) death sentence 26.09.1952 in Lyon (in absentia)
Walter Eduard Janssen (07.08.1912 in Bremerhaven) death sentence 28.11.1951 in Bordeaux (in absentia)
Erwin Klahr (09.02.1910 in Hamburg) death sentence 20.02.1952 in Bordeaux (in absentia)
Philipp Mehl (16.02.1903 in Landau) death sentence 1950 in Metz (in absentia)
Wilhelm Pape (30.04.1908 in Göttingen) death sentence 13.11.1954 in Paris (in absentia)
Johann Hirschbiegel (14.08.1891 in Mainz-Kastel) death sentence (in absentia)
Georg Hempen (27. 06. 1905 in Eckernförde) death sentence 10.04.1951 in Metz (in absentia)
Hans Georg Schmidt (30.05.1902 in München) death sentence 1950 in Metz (in absentia)

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Re: French War Crimes Proceedings

Post by Georges JEROME » 31 Mar 2019 23:47

Hans Georg Schmidt was chief of the Gestapo office of Metz METZ 43 44 and chief of abt. IV BdS
Georg hempen was the commander of the SS- Sonderlager Feste Goben at Metz, a prison of the Gestapo were resistans were tortured : 36 resistants were killed.
Johann Hirschbiegel was the chief of Gestapo office in Saint Avold (annexed lorraine)
Philipp Mehl was chief of Gestapo office Sarrebourg (annexed lorraine) then chief of the political section of Gestapo Metz
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