Dr. Wolfram von Metzler, defense counsel for former I.G. Farben director Fritz Gajewski, appears at the podium in court during the examination of a witness. In addition to belonging to the governing board of Farben, Gajewski was also in charge of production of photographic materials and artificial fibers and manager of the Agfa plants. The 24 former Farben directors, arraigned as alleged war criminals, are charged with conspiring with the Nazis in planning aggressive warfare, plundering factories in occupied countries, exploiting foreign nationals as slave laborers in Farben factories belonging to the SS, and conspiring to commit crimes against peace and humanity.
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