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In this letter, dated November 18, 1949, from Eva A. Sandberger, wife of convicted Nazi war criminal Dr. Martin Sandberger, to United States (US) Senator William Langer, Sandberger asks for assistance in getting her husband's death sentence annulled. She asks Langer to read a letter she has enclosed from from her husband's defense counsel, which she says shows that during his trial evidence for his defense was not examined at all before being refuted.
Sandberger also explains that there are no avenues through with to appeal her husband's conviction, due to various technicalities, and asks that Langer help to end the current state of affairs through the annulment of her husband's sentence.
A photo of Eva Sandberger and her three children is also included.
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Martin Sandberger, Einsatzgruppen, World War II, Death Row, Estonia, Massacres, Nazi, Nuremberg, International Military Tribunal, genocide, holocaust, gallows, execution, capital punishment
Landsberg WC Prison, United States Supreme Court, US Military,
Eva Sandberger, Martin Sandberger, William Langer
Sandberger, Eva A., "Letter from Eva Sandberger to Senator Langer Regarding Martin Sandberger, November 18, 1949" (1949). William Langer Papers. 128.