<p>Baldur von Schirach (1907–1974) was leader of the Hitler Youth (1933–1945), and Reich Governor and Nazi party Gauleiter (district leader) in Vienna, Austria (1940–1945). In the latter position his responsibilities included deporting Jews from Vienna to <a href="/narrative/286/en">ghettos</a> and <a href="/narrative/2689/en">camps</a> in occupied Poland.</p>
<p>Schirach was found guilty on <a href="/narrative/9734/en">count</a> four (crimes against humanity) and sentenced to 20 years imprisonment. He was released in 1966.</p>
<div class="image-embed-wrapper"><img class="image-embed" src="/asset/d38cbdc0-f502-4089-9d53-dc697c390c3b?t=1498195821" alt="Defendants Karl Doenitz (left), Erich Raeder (center), and Baldur von Schirach under guard in the defendants' dock at Nuremberg." />
<p class="image-embed-caption-wrapper"><span class="image-embed-caption">Defendants Karl Doenitz (left), Erich Raeder (center), and Baldur von Schirach under guard in the defendants' dock at Nuremberg.</span> - <span class="image-embed-credit">Harry S. Truman Library</span></p>
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