Het Proces Fiebig
In this historical, post-war trial, the substantive question of whether the collaboration of the Dutch business community with the Germans was voluntary or under duress played a central role. Was Fiebig granted a fair trial? During the proceedings before the Special Court, some fundamental legal principles were violated, such as judicial impartiality, the principle of hearing both sides of the arguments, and the pursuit of the objective truth.
The Fiebig Trial is a collection containing the verbatim reports of the court sessions of the Rotterdam Chamber of the Special Criminal Court of Justice of The Hague of the 2 May 1949 and 14 June 1949, and of the Special Court of Review of 4 November 1950, as well as the court decisions and a number of other relevant documents.
The monograph Richard Fiebig and the exploitation of Dutch industry 1940-1945 was published at the same time as this edition with source material.