Born: 1915, Erie, Pennsylvania
Describes a Buchenwald survivor who became a witness at a postwar U.S. trial in Germany [Interview: 1994]
In 1945, Robert Mills Donihi was practicing law in Nashville, Tennessee. He accepted a government assignment to Tokyo where he worked on the trial of 28 high-ranking Japanese officers. After a year, he left for Germany, and arrived in Nuremberg in January 1947. Donihi was a member of the legal team at the postwar U.S. trials in Germany, serving as both an interrogator and a prosecutor.
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