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The first woman to be prosecuted for Nazi-era crimes in decades, Irmgard F., a secretary for the SS commander of the Stutthof concentration camp, sits in the courtroom in Itzehoe, Germany. She is charged with complicity in the murder of more than 10,000 people. 📸: Marcus Brandt

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Over 65,000 people, mainly Jews, were killed at the Stutthof Nazi camp, most by gas chamber or starvation. Thousands more were killed in so-called death marches when the Nazis evacuated it in 1945. Irmgard Furchner is accused of being complicit in at least 11,412 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.

The first woman to be prosecuted for Nazi-era crimes in decades, Irmgard Furchner is charged with complicity in the killing or attempted killing of more than 11,000 people at the Stutthof camp in occupied Poland

A 96-year-old former secretary for the Stutthof concentration camp’s SS commander has appeared before a court in northern Germany to formally hear the charges against her.

“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.”

A 96-year-old former secretary for the Stutthof concentration camp’s SS commander appeared before a court in northern Germany on Tuesday to formally hear the charges against her.

A 96-year-old former secretary for the Stutthof concentration camp’s SS commander appeared before a court in northern #Germany  to formally hear the charges against her.

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. #WarCriminal 

The 96-year-old former secretary to the commandant of Stutthof concentration camp has declined to testify at start of her trial near Hamburg on charges of abetting thousands of murders

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A 96-year-old German woman charged for mass murder at a Nazi death camp was caught after going "on the run" before trial. She is charged for aiding 11,412 murders while working as a typist at Stutthof, where over 65,000 people — mainly Jews — were killed by gas chamber or abuse.

A 95-year-old woman who was the secretary of a German concentration camp's Nazi commandant has been charged with 10,000 counts of accessory to murder. Prosecutors argue she was part of the apparatus that helped the Stutthof camp function.

95-year-old woman accused of aiding Nazi mass murder at Stutthof camp

A former secretary from the Stutthof Nazi concentration camp has been charged with complicity in the murders of 10,000 people, German prosecutors say, in a rare case involving an alleged female concentration camp staff member.

Germany convicted an ex-Nazi guard for his role in murdering 5,232 people at a WWII concentration camp. Over 60,000 were killed at Stutthof, mainly Jews, many by gas chamber or forced labor. One of the last trials for Nazi-era crimes, he was given a 2-year suspended sentence.

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WATCH: A German court has convicted 93-year-old former private Bruno Dey of being an accessory to 5,232 murders at the Stutthof concentration camp, where he served as a guard in the final months of World War II.

A 93-year-old former Nazi guard was convicted of assisting in more than 5,200 murders at the Stutthof concentration camp. Given the age of the survivors and perpetrators, the trial is likely one of the last of its kind to take place.

A German court convicted a 93-year-old former SS private of being an accessory to murder at the Stutthof concentration camp, where he served as a guard in the final months of World War II.

Dey was 17 at the time, and a member of the SS unit charged with administering and guarding the camps. Dey has admitted to serving as a guard at Stutthof from August 1944 to April 1945, but denies the accusation that he had any role in the murders.

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