The Nuremburg Trials
Ernst Kaltenbrunner's Trial
Ernst Kaltenbrunner joined the Nazi party in 1932. His crimes were: Mass murder of civilians, executing racial and political undesirables, Establishing concentration camps and mass murder and slave labor, taking civilians of occupied countries to Germany for secret trials and punishment, persecution of Jews and persecution of churches. Kaltenbrunner was hanged on Oct. 16 1946 in Nuremburg
Kaltenbrunner would order jews in concentration camps to be liquidated just before they would have been liberated by the allied forces
He was described as six foot six, a huge neck, cruel mouth, and a scar across his left cheek.
During the trials he was shunned by most of the other defendants