SS-Scharführer Erich Fuchs (9 April 1902 – 25 July 1980) was an SS Sergeant who worked for the Action T4 euthanasia program, and for the Operation Reinhard phase of the Holocaust.After the war Fuchs lived a peaceful existence as a free man for twenty years. He was charged with war crimes at the Bełżec Trial in 1963-64, for which he was acquitted. As more evidence came to light, Fuchs was rearrested and tried at the Sobibor Trial in Hagen. He was charged with participation in the Holocaust and on 20 December 1966, found guilty of being an accessory to the mass murder of at least 79,000 Jews. Fuchs was sentenced to four years imprisonment.

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  • Erich Fuchs (* 9. April 1902 in Berlin; † 25. Juli 1980 in Koblenz) war ein deutscher SS-Scharführer und an der „Aktion T4“ beteiligt sowie im Rahmen der „Aktion Reinhardt“ mit der Installation der Vergasungsanlagen beauftragt. (de)
  • Erich Fuchs (né le 9 avril 1902 à Berlin ; décédé le 25 juillet 1980 à Coblence) est un Scharführer-SS allemand qui prend part à l’aktion T4 et est chargé de la mise en place des installations de gazage dans le cadre de l’aktion Reinhardt. (fr)
  • SS-Scharführer Erich Fuchs (9 April 1902 – 25 July 1980) was an SS Sergeant who worked for the Action T4 euthanasia program, and for the Operation Reinhard phase of the Holocaust. After the war Fuchs lived a peaceful existence as a free man for twenty years. He was charged with war crimes at the Bełżec Trial in 1963-64, for which he was acquitted. As more evidence came to light, Fuchs was rearrested and tried at the Sobibor Trial in Hagen. He was charged with participation in the Holocaust and on 20 December 1966, found guilty of being an accessory to the mass murder of at least 79,000 Jews. Fuchs was sentenced to four years imprisonment. (en)
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  • Erich Fuchs (* 9. April 1902 in Berlin; † 25. Juli 1980 in Koblenz) war ein deutscher SS-Scharführer und an der „Aktion T4“ beteiligt sowie im Rahmen der „Aktion Reinhardt“ mit der Installation der Vergasungsanlagen beauftragt. (de)
  • Erich Fuchs (né le 9 avril 1902 à Berlin ; décédé le 25 juillet 1980 à Coblence) est un Scharführer-SS allemand qui prend part à l’aktion T4 et est chargé de la mise en place des installations de gazage dans le cadre de l’aktion Reinhardt. (fr)
  • SS-Scharführer Erich Fuchs (9 April 1902 – 25 July 1980) was an SS Sergeant who worked for the Action T4 euthanasia program, and for the Operation Reinhard phase of the Holocaust.After the war Fuchs lived a peaceful existence as a free man for twenty years. He was charged with war crimes at the Bełżec Trial in 1963-64, for which he was acquitted. As more evidence came to light, Fuchs was rearrested and tried at the Sobibor Trial in Hagen. He was charged with participation in the Holocaust and on 20 December 1966, found guilty of being an accessory to the mass murder of at least 79,000 Jews. Fuchs was sentenced to four years imprisonment. (en)
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