German Court convicts 97-year-old Nazi woman for deaths of over 10,000 Jews

German Court convicted a 97-year-old Nazi woman who worked as a Nazi concentration camp secretary for her role in the murder of 10,505 Jew people, Reuters reported.
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A statement from the court said the prisoners were "cruelly killed by gassings, by hostile conditions in the camp, by transports to the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp and by being sent on so-called death marches".
Some 65,000 people died of starvation and disease or in the gas chamber at the camp in Stutthof, near Gdansk in today's Poland. They included prisoners of war and Jews caught up in the Nazis' extermination campaign.