Verdict on Auschwitz: The Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial 1963-1965
First Run Features
Directors: Rolf Bickel, Dietrich Wagner
Germany, 1993, 180 minutes
Color & b/w, in German w/English subtitles
The Auschwitz Gate, as seen in “Verdict On Auschwitz,” a First Run Features Release. Over the course of 900 days – from the beginning of 1942 until November 1944 – approximately 600 special transports arrived at the death camp via the German National Railway.
Fritz Bauer, as seen in “Verdict On Auschwitz,” a First Run Features Release. Fritz Bauer served as attorney general for the State Hesse. He helped in the capture and trial of Adolf Eichmann, and made the Frankfurt Auschwitz trial a reality.
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