The 95-year-old also faces an unspecified number of charges of participating in Willful killing To serve in the camp between June 1943 and April 1945, according to Peter Muller-Rakov, a prosecutor’s spokesman in the northern German town of Atsho.
Despite her old age, the defendant will be tried in a minors’ court because she was under 21 at the time of the crimes, Mueller-Rakoff said.
The defendant, whose name was not released by the prosecutor in line with German privacy regulations, is believed to be in good health and qualifies for trial.
The German state broadcaster had previously known her as Armgaard F. After I interviewed her on Home for the elderly She now lives in a small town north of Hamburg.
She confirmed to the radio that she worked as a secretary for Commander Paul Werner Hope in Stutthof, but said that she had never set foot on the camp grounds on her own and did not know anything about the ongoing killings there.
Hope himself was tried and convicted of participating in the murders and sentenced to 9 years in prison in 1957. He died in 1974.