Nazi Crimes on Trial
'Dachau Trials'
Trials by U.S. Army Courts in Europe 1945 - 1948

File Number: US102
Review Date:
480227
Case Number:
12-1307 (US vs. Richard Hammer et al)
Crime Category:
War Crimes
Accused:
Doose, Paul - 3 Months
Giese, Otto - Life Sentence
Hachmeier, Ernst - Life Sentence
Hammer, Richard - Life Sentence
Lehmensick, Friedrich - 3 Years
Neeb, Karl - 2 Years
Ohrt, Hans - 1 Year
Parzyk, Gotthardt - Death Sentence
Schutt, Christian - Acquittal
Stapelfeldt, Herta - 1 Year 9 Months
Voight, Willi - 10 Years
Wahls, Hans - Acquittal
Jentz, Karl - neither served nor tried
Doose (Dose), August - neither served nor tried
Hohn - neither served nor tried
Sack, Paul, - nolle prosequi
Court:
General Military Government Court at Dachau, Germany 470328- 470404
Country where the crime had been committed:
Germany
Crime Location:
Lübeck-Siems
Crime Date:
440806
Victim:
POW’s
Nationality:
American
Agency:
NSDAP; SS; Civilians
Subject of the proceeding:
After an air raid over the Northern part of Germany, an American bomber was disabled and forced to parachute into an open field. German military officials captured him and led him to town where the airman was attacked by a crowd of hostile civilians. After the confrontation the airman was shot and killed