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This month, a German court convicted Irmgard Furchner as an accessory to the murder of 10,505 people. The value of the verdict should not be overlooked, Lawrence Douglas writes in a guest opinion.

A 97-year-old Nazi secretary is appealing her conviction for helping murder 10,505 people at a concentration camp. Irmgard Furchner served the camp commander but claims she was unaware of the murders, and went on the run to avoid trial. She was given a 2-year suspended sentence.

Opinion by Lawrence Douglas: This month, a German court convicted Irmgard Furchner as an accessory to the murder of 10,505 people. The conviction might be the last in Holocaust cases, but it's more important for the way it conceived of culpability.

Nazi 'Secretary of Evil' Irmgard Furchner, 97, appeals conviction for more than 10K deaths

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Germany: 97-year-old former Nazi camp secretary appeals against conviction. Irmgard Furchner was found guilty last week of being an accessory to 10,505 murders at the Stutthof camp during World War II.

Irmgard Furchner was convicted of accessory to murder for her role as a secretary to the SS commander of the Nazis' Stutthof concentration camp during World War II.

97-year-old German woman Irmgard Furchner was convicted for her role in more than 10,000 deaths at a Nazi concentration camp during WWII.

The prosecution had asked for the suspended sentence because Ms. Furchner was a minor, age 18 and 19, at the time of the crimes.

97-year-old Irmgard Furchner was convicted on Tuesday of accessory to murder for her role as a secretary to the SS commander of the Nazis' Stutthof concentration camp during World War II.

Irmgard Furchner was convicted of accessory to murder for her role as a secretary to the SS commander of the Nazis' Stutthof concentration camp during World War II.

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A 97-yr-old former Nazi concentration camp typist was convicted for aiding the murder of 10,500+ imprisoned people. Irmgard Furchner went on the run when trial began in Sept 2021. Police later found her in Hamburg. An estimated 65,000 people were murdered at the Stutthof camp.

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In what may be Germany's final Nazi trial, 97-year-old Irmgard Furchner has been found guilty for being complicit to over 10,500 murders at Stutthof Concentration Camp.

Irmgard Furchner, a stenographer and typist to the SS commander of the Stutthof concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland, was accused of being a key member of a death camp that murdered 10,505 people while she was there during World War II.

A 96-year-old ex-Nazi secretary appeared in German court to face war crimes charges after going on the run from her retirement home to avoid trial. Irmgard Furchner is charged for helping murder over 11,400 people at a death camp — one of the oldest on trial for Nazi crimes.

An ex-secretary for the head of a Nazi concentration camp where 65,000 mostly Jews were killed asked to be acquitted. Irmgard Furchner, 97, fled a retirement home to avoid trial for helping kill over 10,000 people at Stutthof. She now claims she did not know of the killings.

Irmgard Furchner, accused of having contributed as an 18-year-old to the murder of 11,412 people when she was a typist at the Stutthof concentration camp between 1943 and 1945, was taken into the sparse courtroom in a wheelchair.

#UPDATE  One of the first women to be prosecuted for Nazi-era crimes in decades, Irmgard Furchner is charged with complicity in the murders of more than 10,000 people at the Stutthof concentration camp in occupied Poland

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