The Trial of Josef Kramer and Forty Four Others

Exhibit 137 Affidavit of Raymond Dujeu

I certify that this is a true copy of paragraphs 1 and 9 of the affidavit of Raymond Dujeu dated 8th May 1945

Signed D.F. [Unreadable] Capt R.A.


Deposition of Raymond Dujeu, late of Paris, sworn before me, Major Geoffrey Smallwood, Major (Legal Staff), an officer of the Staff of the Judge Advocate General to the Forces.

1. I am 22 years of age. I was sent for forced labour in 1942. I was arrested in April, 1942, for returning to France without permission. On 1st May, 1942, I came to Belsen. At that time they were all prisoners of war except 200 Russians in the camp. I have worked in the kitchen all the time I have been at Belsen.

9. I also know an SS man called Karl Flrazich (Photo 1-5). He was an exception to the ordinary guards, and was always kind and never beat anyone.

Sworn by the above named Raymond Dujeu this 8th day of May, 1945, at Belsen Camp.

Signed Dujeu Raymond

Before me the said Major Geoffrey Smallwood

Signed Geoffrey Smallwood

Certified ZJAZ [that] I have accurately translated the evidence of the said Raymond Dujeu as recorded in my presence.

Signed Traute Neumann

Raymond Dujeu

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