I was curious what happend to Johannes Heinrich Louis Munt. He was a SS-Hauptsturmführer and Kriminalkommissar during World war 2 in the Netherlands.
He ordered the execution of more than 50 people during World War 2. He did not command it himself, but was rather forced to do by a higher command.
Because of that he had to justify his actions after the war in 1945, during the Nuremberg trials. Several documents can be found where you can read his statement during his trial.
Johannes Munt's statement during his trial, only available in Dutch unfortunately.
After looking trough all the documents available online and other information about the trials and Johannes Munt himself, I cannot find any information what happend to him after the trials.
Does any historian under us know what happened to him? Did he get executed? Or was he sent to jail? Or has he received no conviction at all?
Here are some more related sources about Johannes Munt.
(Dutch resistance fighter, was somehow saved by Johannes Munt while he should had been excuted.)
Some personal information and a Archive photo of Johannes Munt
Another guy who tried to get more information regarding Johannes Munt. But only received a few Historical Photos and some links that showed he was in Dutch custody.
I find it odd that there is so little information about him, while you can find much more about others with a high position during Word War 2.