Dieter Schenk (born March 14, 1937) is a German author, former high police officer of the Bundeskriminalamt, and a member of Amnesty International. He is best known for his work and activism which led the German court in Lübeck to overturn a 1939 verdict from World War II, regarding the defenders of the Polish Post Office in Danzig (Gdańsk), as well as his books on the widespread influence of ex-Nazis in post World War II Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA).

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  • Dieter Schenk (* 1937 in Frankfurt am Main) ist ein deutscher Kriminologe, Historiker und Schriftsteller. Seit 1990 ist er als freier Publizist tätig. (de)
  • Dieter Schenk (ur. 14 marca 1937 we Frankfurcie nad Menem) – niemiecki kryminolog i literat. (pl)
  • Dieter Schenk (born March 14, 1937) is a German author, former high police officer of the Bundeskriminalamt, and a member of Amnesty International. He is best known for his work and activism which led the German court in Lübeck to overturn a 1939 verdict from World War II, regarding the defenders of the Polish Post Office in Danzig (Gdańsk), as well as his books on the widespread influence of ex-Nazis in post World War II Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA). Schenk is a former Kriminaldirektor of Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt), located in Wiesbaden, where he was the agency's contact with Interpol. He left the agency in 1989 because of what he describes as "the ignorance of the BKA concerning the violation of human rights in torturing regimes". (en)
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  • Dieter Schenk (* 1937 in Frankfurt am Main) ist ein deutscher Kriminologe, Historiker und Schriftsteller. Seit 1990 ist er als freier Publizist tätig. (de)
  • Dieter Schenk (ur. 14 marca 1937 we Frankfurcie nad Menem) – niemiecki kryminolog i literat. (pl)
  • Dieter Schenk (born March 14, 1937) is a German author, former high police officer of the Bundeskriminalamt, and a member of Amnesty International. He is best known for his work and activism which led the German court in Lübeck to overturn a 1939 verdict from World War II, regarding the defenders of the Polish Post Office in Danzig (Gdańsk), as well as his books on the widespread influence of ex-Nazis in post World War II Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA). (en)
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