Joachim von Ribbentrop in imprisonment, Nürnberg, Germany, 26 Nov 1945 -----Before-----
War criminal Klaus Barbie : Klaus Barbie, Chef der Gestapo in France during his trail. He was accused of crimes against humanity and sentenced to life imprisonment. From 1942 to 1944 he was the commander of "Abteilung IV" from the "Sicherheitsdienst Außenstelle Lyon" from the Gestapo.
Joseph Hoegen was one of the most notorious Gestapo officers in the German city of Cologne. He was known for his unbounded cruelty and constantly changing forms of torture that he would devise. After the war, he was arrested by the Allies and turned over to German authorities. He was put through trial and given nine years. In 1953, he was pardoned and went on to become a merchant in Cologne. He died in 1973 without paying for his crimes.
An Allied military policeman leans against the wooden wall of the cabin in which Joachim von Ribbentrop, former Reich Minister of the Exterior and one of the major Nazi war criminals tried in the Nuremberg Trials, sits during the hearings of the Nuremberg Trials in the context of the International Military Tribunal in the Justice Palace in Nuremberg, Germany, in 1946. Photo: Yevgeny Khaldei
Gen Frantz Böhme committed war crimes in Serbia by ordering the killing of 100 hostages for every one German soldier killed and 50 hostages for every wounded German. His actions led to the killing of thousands. After the war, he was put on trial but when his extradition to Yugoslavia appeared imminent, he evaded his guards and jumped to his death from the 4th tier of the Nuremberg prison where he was being held.