Wilhelm Welter was a German SS-Hauptscharführer and used as a labor service leader in the Dachau concentration camp.
On November 15, 1945 Welter was in the Dachau trial, which took place in the context of the Dachau trials, put on charges of war crimes in front of a US military court and sentenced on December 13, 1945 with 35 other co-defendants to death by hanging. In the judgment as individual Exzesstaten at Welter, the serious mistreatment of detainees, including by whipping with a whip, taken into account. The judgment was enforced on May 29, 1946 in the war criminal prison Landsberg.
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