On Tuesday, January 29, 1946, M. Charles Dubost, a French Deputy Chief Prosecutor at the big Nuremberg trial, read from document RF-140:The first page of Document Number F-140 states—and I quote so as not to have to return to it again—in the fourth paragraph which deals with Auschwitz: "About seven million persons died in this camp."
Monday, 11 February 2013
7,000,000 killed at Auschwitz, hears the Nuremberg trial
Trial of the Major War Criminals Before The International Military Tribunal Nuremberg 14 November 1945 — 1 October 1946. Volume VI, Proceedings 22 January — 4 February 1946. 1947. p.323.
Yale Law School's Avalon Project, online version
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