Dr Herta Oberheuser, a physician who worked at Ravenbruck concentration camp, is flanked by a US guard while on trial for war crimes including injecting prisoners with petrol and deliberately inflicting wounds for experiments.
September 1946: The head of a hanged Polish man, shrunken and preserved using traditional South American methods. It was taken from an SS overseer, who used it as a paperweight. The head was listed at the Nuremberg war crimes tribunal under the heading 'Utilization of Human Material'. Picture Post - 4200 - The Greatest Trial In History - pub. 1946
This is an original, deckle-edged, private snapshot of Adolf Hitler, labelled in ink as being taken by "E.B." (Eva Braun) on August 12, 1937 as he wags an admonishing finger at somebody out of sight. It is annotated on the front and back. The picture was given by Braun to Lina Braunmüller, a local hospital worker, and was in the Braunmüller estate.