Nuremberg, War crime trials, Judicial proceedings
In this document Paul M. Hebert attempts to define exactly how much exposure to information about criminal acts individual members of the Vorstand would have recieved. The individual members could be expected to be cognizant of the the activities of Farben that were under their immediate control but, he argues, their detailed knowledge of the activities of other parts of the organization probably would not have been that great.
Paul M. Hebert,
Suggested by Buetefisch testimony,
Nuremberg Trials Documents
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.lsu.edu/nuremberg_docs/16