Leon Schwarzbaum is an Auschwitz survivor. He talks about his harrowing experiences in the death camp and his view on bringing those responsible to justice.
The 1963-5 trials in the city of Frankfurt confronted many Germans for the first time with their country's Nazi past. Over 400 documents and 100 recordings detail the proceedings.
It is the latest case against the few remaining Nazi officials still alive. Public prosecutors would need to work against the clock to conclude their case against the 96-year-old man.
Former medic Hubert Z. faced 3,681 murder-related charges for working at the Nazi death camp in 1944. His trial began in 2015, but was suspended several times - now prosecutors believe the judge perverted justice.
Ruzickova survived persecution from the Nazis and Soviet communists before becoming one of the world's most acclaimed harpsichordists. She died in a Prague hospital after battling a short illness.
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