Ernst Lautz Handsigned Document - Oberreichsanwalt People´s Court Berlin 1944
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Ernst Lautz Handsigned Document - Oberreichsanwalt People´s Court Berlin 1944:
I offer you a very, very rare and 100 % ORIGINAL document, personally handsigned by the Higher German Reich Attorney Ernst Lautz. He is listed with photo on German Wikipedia. Ernst Lautz was one of the Chief prosecutors under "Roland Freisler" who sentenced thousands of Germans to death, also Sophie Scholl. Lautz took part in the meeting of the highest jurists of the Reich on 23 and 24 April 1941 in Berlin, in which Viktor Brack and Werner Heyde informed about the "destruction of life-threatening life" in the gas chambers of action T4. He was the prosecutor in the case against the parties involved in the assassination attempt of July 20, Together with Roland Freisler, he appealed to the German Justice on January 30, 1945 to reaffirm the allegiance to the "Führer". Lautz was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment in the Nuremberg legal trial on 14 December 1947, because he was criminally involved in the execution of the Polish and Jewish Penal Code, which had been drafted by Franz Schlegelberger
The offered document is a vintage visitors sheet, handsigned by Ernst lautz below the stamp print ""The Oberreichsanwalt at the people´s court". Next to the signature is the red stamp print " German Reich attorneyship at the people´s court"The entries on the document reads:Visitor´s sheet (to bring as ID)
The wife Anna Freiherrin (Baroness) in Raufefeld hereby receives the permission to talk with the remand prisoner Heinrich Freiher (Baron) in Tegel, weekdays in presence of an Officer. We point out on the printed terms on the backside. Berlin W 9, 13. March 1944. The Higher German Reich Attorney at the people´s court...handsigned, Doctor lautz
extracts of the regulations of the prison administration1. The inmates can only be visited on weekdays during the time from 10.00 to 1.00 pm. The time of visit is 15 minutes2. children from age 3 to 14 my not be present during the visit. Animals may not be brought in3. To bring food, newspapers, books, clothing, keys as well as the change of clothes is not allowed or only allowed with a special approve by the judge4. It is absolutely not permitted to hand over clothing, clothes, shaver etc. It needs the permission by the administration of the remand prison5. It is not allowed to talk about the crime. It is also not allowed to hand over any items, documents etc.6. Every abuse has the consequence of the immediate abort of the visitPlease note ! documents of the "Volksgerichtshof", so the people´s court Berlin are mega rare and mostly stored in archives or exhibited in museums. Try to find another Ernst Lautz document on the internet....NO chance !