Friedrich Paulus, Field Marshal in World War II and commander of the 6th army in Stalingrad, testifies in the Nuremberg Trials in 1946 in front of the International Military Court of Justice in Nuremberg. Photo: Yevgeny Khaldei
Arthur Seyss-Inquart at the Nuremberg Trials, with a guard (1946). He was a Nazi lawyer who held high offices in Austria and occupied Poland and was eventually made Reichskommissar of the Netherlands. After the war he was tried at Nuremberg alongside other Nazi leaders, was found guilty, and hanged on October 16, 1946.
Charles Joseph Coward, known as the “Count of Auschwitz”, was a British soldier captured during World War II who rescued Jews from Auschwitz and smuggled himself into Auschwitz for one night, subsequently testifying about his experience at the Nuremberg Trials and the IG Farben Trial.