A 100-Year-Old Man Who Served as a Nazi Guard During World War II Will Be Sentenced
Germany will sentence a man who worked as an SS guard at a concentration camp on the outskirts of Berlin. The 100-year-old man is accused of participating in 3,518 cases of murder during World War II.
It is believed that the man served as a guard at the Sachsenhausen camp starting from 1942 to 1945 as a rank-and-file member of the Nazi Party's military wing. According to the court, the trial will begin in October. The name of the former security guard was not disclosed as it is prohibited by German privacy law.
Despite his age, the suspect was found to be healthy in order to be brought to trial. However, the number of hours per day during which meetings will take place is limited. The medical examination has confirmed that he can appear in front of the court in a limited manner.
Sachsenhausen was founded in 1936, and from 1936 to 1945 there were more than 200,000 people. It is estimated that at least 40-50 thousand people died in the camp.
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