On Jan. 11, 1946, Thomas Dodd, The Executive Trial Counsel of the American Prosecution, called to the stand Dr. Franz Blaha. Dr. Blaha was a physician who was an inmate at the Dachau Concentration Camp from April 1941-April 1945. After reading an affidavit of Dr. Blaha, Dodd questioned Blaha about visitors to Dachau. Among the prominent visitors he mentioned was Reichsfuehrer SS Himmler and six of the defendants – Kaltenbruner, Rosenberg, Frick, Funk, Sauckel and Bormann.
Produced by US Army Signal Corps 1945-1956, housed in National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Digitized and provided by The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive.