The second English witness to appear for the prosecution on their slave labor count before Tribunal VI hearing the Farben Case in the Palace of Justice, Nurnberg, Germany, is LEONARD DALES, of Frodingham, England. He was made a German prisoner in Tunisia in 1942 and was freed in Germany by the Americans. When working in the I.G. Farben Auschwitz plant, he observed that although the British P.W.'s were not frequently mistreated, the hapless slave labor concentration camp inmates were often threatened by the guards and foremen with gassing and other means of extermination.
Nuremberg, War Crime Trials, War Crimes, Prisoners of war, Prison laborers, Slave Labor, Auschwitz