The execution of guards of the Stutthof concentration camp on July 4th 1946. Barkmann, Paradies, Becker, Klaff, Steinhoff (left to right) executed
Execution of concentration camp guards at Biskupia Gorka: Becker executed
Stutthof Trial was a war crime tribunal held at Gdańsk, Poland, from April 25, 1946, to May 31, 1946, where the joint Soviet/Polish Special Criminal Court tried and convicted of crimes against humanity a group of thirteen ex-officials and overseers of the Stutthof concentration camp and Bromberg-Ost. The accused were arraigned before the court and all found guilty. Eleven were sentenced to death, including the Commandant Johann Pauls, while the remainder were sentenced to various terms of imprisonment. The death sentences were executed on July 4, 1946 at Biskupia Górka.