Below are a couple of reports on the testimony given by a 41 year-old Israeli named Istvan Sterk at the 1964 trial of two former SS officers who had participated in the deportation of Jews from Hungary in 1944, one of whom, Hermann Krumey, had escape prosecution after the war because the Zionist Rudolf Kastner had given affidavits in his defence to American investigators at Nuremberg.
Sunday, 26 October 2014
"In three days you'll be pieces of soap."
Hermann Krumey (no. 16) and Otto Hunsche (striped tie) at their trial in Frankfurt.
Photo source: Passauer Neue Presse (Passau, Bavaria), April 28, 1964, p.5.
Seattle Daily Times (Seattle, WA), Monday, June 29, 1964, p.2.
Passauer Neue Presse (Passau, Bavaria), June 30, 1964, p.5.
Posted by The Black Rabbit of Inlé at 07:59