The Trial of Josef Kramer and Forty Four Others
IN THE MATTER OF WAR CRIMES AND IN THE MATTER OF BERGEN BELSEN CAMP
AFFIDAVIT OF BRIGADIER HUGH LLEWELYN GLYN HUGHES
I, the undersigned Brigadier HUGH LLEWELYN GLYN HUGHES make oath and say as follows:
1. I am Vice Director of Medical Services at Headquarters, British Army of the Rhine.
2. I was in charge of Bergen-Belsen camp from the 15th day of April 1945 until the 25th day of June 1945.
3. The document now produced to me and marked H.L.G.H.1 is a drawn plan of the layout of Bergen-Belsen camp delivered to my charge by the Officer Commanding 102 Control Section, and is to the best of my knowledge and belief a true representation of the layout of Bergen-Belsen camp before it was destroyed by burning on the 21st day of May 1945 and appears to me to be drawn approximately to scale.
4. The document now produced to me and marked H.L.G.H.2 are true replicas of the before mentioned document marked H.L.G.H.1 which documents are all and severally exhibited to this my affidavit.
Sworn by the above named Brigadier Hugh Llewelyn Glyn Hughes before me Captain Francis Walter Ibbetson Barnes, Pioneer Corps, an officer of the Department of The Judge Advocate General to the Forces, at Bad Oeynhausen, Germany, this twenty sixth day of October, 1945.
Signed Brigadier Hugh Llewelyn Glyn Hughes
Signed Captain Francis Walter Ibbetson Barnes