Hermann Langbein, Auschwitz Trial. Proceedings in Frankfurt Am Main 1963 – 1965. Documentation
An extensive account of one of the most important trials against Auschwitz criminals which appeared in German language in 1965, right after announcement of verdict by judges in Frankfurt Am Main.
Hermann Langbein was born in 1912 in Vienna. Between 1938 and 1939 he fought with the International Brigades in Spain. In 1939, he was interned in France and after France was captured by the Germans, he was imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp. In 1942, the SS transferred him to Auschwitz. In August 1944, he was moved to KL Neuengamme and was there when the camp was liberated. After the war, he devoted himself to journalistic efforts aimed at preventing obliteration of mass murders perpetrated in national socialist concentration camps, as well as against trivialization and falsification of these murders. He died in 1995 in Vienna.
This publication is available in Polish only.