The remains of Wilhelm Frick after his execution by hanging, Nuremberg, Germany, 16 Oct 1946

Caption   The remains of Wilhelm Frick after his execution by hanging, Nuremberg, Germany, 16 Oct 1946
Source   United States Army
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