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Keystone Press Agency LTD.
[Irmgard Huber and Alfons Klein.]
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Caption on back of photograph reads: "Huber-Klein. Accused in hypodermic murder of 400 Wiesbaden, Germany. Above are two of the seven accused of the murder of some 400 displaced persons, mostly Poles and Russians by injecting poisen [sic] with hypodermic needles into their victims at the insane asylum near Hadamar. They were tired [sic] at a U.S. military war crimes commision [sic] at Wiesbaden. These photographs were taken during the trial. At left Irmgard, chief nurse of the institution, who was charged with administering the poisen [sic] to women patients. At right, Alfons Klein administrator of the institute-the Hadamar Heilanstalt-were [sic] the systematic killings are alleged to have taken place. He was an S.S. officer and chief executive of the sanatorium. He maintained his pensive attitude throughout the trial, he was sentanced [sic] to death."
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World War, 1939-1945
War crime trials
t Photographs of the Nazi war crimes trials, 1945-1946