Wir ziehen um.
Diese Website wird nicht mehr aktualisiert und in einigen Monaten gelöscht.
Die Verfahrensübersichten des Projekts
‘Justiz und NS-Verbrechen’ finden Sie
ab jetzt hier:
We are moving.
This site will no longer be updated and will be closed down in a couple of months
The trial overviews of the project ‘Justiz und NS-Verbrechen / Nazi Crimes on Trial’ are now to be found here:
german trial judgments concerning national socialist homicidal crimes
Welcome to the English version of the Justiz und NS-Verbrechen / Nazi Crimes on Trial website.
The information you'll find here consists of an overview of the trials involving Nazi (war) crimes of a homicidal nature, conducted since 1945 before West and East German courts. The judgments which resulted from these trials are published in the series 'Justiz und NS-Verbrechen' and 'DDR-Justiz und NS-Verbrechen'.
With the publication of volume 49 of the series ‘Justiz und NS-Verbrechen’ in 2012, the documentation project, begun in the 1960s under supervision of Prof. Dr. C.F. Rüter at the Institute of Criminal Law of the University of Amsterdam, has been completed as far as its printed edition is concerned. Judgments rendered after 1 January 2012 will be published in volume 50, but only on the internet (www.junsv.nl). The book series now consists of 63 volumes with German judgments rendered since 1945 by West- and East German courts in cases involving nazi homicide crimes. With the completion of the project, a vast and unique collection of sources, consisting of some 50.000 pages, documents in great detail the judicial reaction of the two post-war German states to the most serious crimes of the Nazi state.
On the following pages you will find an index on these post-war German trials. Please note that the cases listed here only concern criminal offenses involving fatalities. Trials about non-fatal crimes (such as 'mere' mishandlings or 'economic' offenses) are not included. Listed here are trials which, generally speaking, relate to (mass) murder.
To find the case(s) you're interested in you can use the various indexes listed on the next page. In case you can't find what you're looking for you might consider contacting us: email@example.com
← to german version