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In this letter, dated December 13, 1950, from J. Michael Moore, Resettlement Officer of the Lutheran World Federation, to United States (US) Senator Langer Moore writes that Mrs. Eva Sandberger is anxious to find out the fate of her husband, a Nazi SS officer who was convicted of war crimes and sentenced to death at Nuremberg. Moore adds that he is enclosing Sandberger's original letter addressed to him.

The letter Moore mentions as being enclosed was not found with this letter in Langer's papers.

See also:

Letter from Eva A. Sandberger to Senator Langer Thanking Him for His Efforts on Behalf of Her Husband, Martin Sandberger, December 2, 1950

Letter from Senator Langer to Eva Sandberger Regarding Martin Sandberger, February 16, 1951

Einsatzgruppen Case: Opening Statement for Defense - Dr. Mandry for Martin Sandberger, International Military Tribunal

Einsatzgruppen Case: Direct Examination of Martin Sandberger, International Military Tribunal

Einsatzgruppen Case: Redirect Examination (Defense) of Martin Sandberger, International Military Tribunal

Einsatzgruppen Case: Presentation of Evidence (Von Stein for Sandberger), International Military Tribunal

Einsatzgruppen Case: Closing Argument (Summation) (Von Stein for Sandberger), International Military Tribunal

Einsatzgruppen Case: Judgement (and official opinion), International Military Tribunal

Einsatzgruppen Case: Individual Judgements, International Military Tribunal

Einsatzgruppen Case: Sentencing, International Military Tribunal

Date of Work

12-13-1950

Keywords

Martin Sandberger, Einsatzgruppen, World War II, Death Row, Estonia, Massacres, Nazi, Nuremberg, International Military Tribunal, genocide, holocaust, gallows, execution, capital punishment

Organizations Referenced

Lutheran World Federation

People Referenced

William Langer, J. Michael Moore, Pressel, Eva A. Sandberger, Martin Sandberger

Disciplines

Political History | United States History

Letter from J. Michael Moore to Senator Langer Conveying Eva Sandberger's Anxiousness to Learn the Fate of Her Husband, Martin Sandberger, December 13, 1950

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