Pro-Nazi bombing suspects on trial, 1947
Published: February 10, 2013
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Stuttgart, Germany, January, 1947: Siegfried Kabus, foreground, and other defendants sit in a military government courtroom during their trial on charges that they bombed three German denazification courts and the Stuttgart military police headquarters. Ringleader Kabus — a former SS officer described by one witness as the would-be führer of a planned Nazi government — told the court Adolf Hitler was alive, but partially paralyzed, in Spain. Kabus was found guilty and sentenced to death by hanging; others were given prison sentences.
Coverage of the 1947 trial of the "Kabus gang."