Trials against Nazi criminals of war in Serbia
3 boxes (32, 32 I and 32 II)
Interrogations, statements and prosecutions of Nazi criminals of war responsible for crimes committed in Serbia. The majority of them was arrested by Allied forces in Germany and delivered to Yugoslav authorities in 1946. The prosecutions were issued by the Yugoslav Commission for War Crimes. The interrogations contain important details about the Holocaust (perpetrators, concentration camps, role of the Serbian police etc.). Among the most significant prosecutions: officers of the 64. Reserve Police Battalion, members of the Gestapo in Belgrade, the Einsatzgruppe, and August Meyszner, the Higher SS and Police Leader in Serbia from 1942 to 1944.
Description by Milovan Pisarri.
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