Suave Wilhelm Mann, I.G. Farben director and one of 24 Farben officials indicted as war criminals by the United States at Nurnberg, studies a photograph, held by his defense attorney, taken several days previously of a co-defendant who was on the witness stand. The prosecution contends that these Farben officials who were staunch supporters of Hitler willingly provided explosives and poison gas to be used in the invasions of European countries. Charges of the indictment include, conspiracy to wage aggressive warfare, the plunder and spoliation of occupied countries, mass enslavement and murder of foreign nationals in Farben factories, and the conspiracy to commit crimes against peace.
Nuremberg, War Crime Trials, War Crimes, Conspiracy, War destruction & pillage, Forced labor, Military occupations