|Birthname||Karl Albert Krauch|
|born on||7 April 1887 at 16:00 (= 4:00 PM )|
|Place||Darmstadt, Germany, 49n53, 8e40|
|Timezone||LMT m8e40 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||17°29' 09°04 Asc. 19°38'|
German chemist, industrialist and Nazi war criminal, convicted in the IG Farben trial after World War II and sentenced to six years in prison. He was found guilty of the indictment of "War crimes and crimes against humanity through participation in the enslavement and deportation to slave labor on a gigantic scale of concentration camp inmates and civilians in occupied countries, and of prisoners of war, and the mistreatment, terrorization, torture, and murder of enslaved persons."
He was an executive at BASF (later IG Farben); during World War II, he was chairman of the supervisory board. He was a key implementer of the Reich’s Four-Year Plan to achieve national economic self-sufficiency and promote industrial production. He was Plenipotentiary of Special Issues in Chemical Production, a senator of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society, and an honorary professor at the University of Berlin.
In the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials, as a witness on 19 February 1965, he denied all knowledge of the events in Monowitz, part of the Auschwitz complex and designed to produce synthetic fuel and butadiene rubber. Carl Krauch died on 3 February 1968.
Sy Scholfield provided birth registry entry from Hesse Archives.
- Passions : Criminal Perpetrator : Civil/ Political (War criminal)
- Passions : Criminal Perpetrator : Prison sentence
- Personal : Death : Long life more than 80 yrs (Age 80)
- Vocation : Business : Business owner (Industrialist)
- Vocation : Business : Top executive
- Vocation : Politics : Nazi party (1937-1945)