Nuremberg, Germany: International Military Tribunal, 1945-09-11
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Law Library
Subdivision 63 / News Reports and Editorial Comments on Trials
63.01 (Blokzijl trial
17 June 1941
This news item reports the opening of the trial of Max Blokzijl, "puppet radio spokesman for the German regime during the occupation of Holland." The report characterizes Blokzijl's writings and broadcasts throughout the war as being supportive of the Nazis and hostile toward the Netherlands' government-in-exile. The trial is being conducted by the special court established to prosecute suspected Dutch traitors and war criminals, and which is empowered to grant the death sentence demanded by the prosecution. This document is a typewritten mimeograph of good quality on good paper.