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Richard Sonnenfeldt (1923–2009)

Richard Sonnenfeldt was born on July 23, 1923 in Berlin, Germany. He is known for Nuremberg: Nazis on Trial (2006), American Experience (1987) and Speer und er (2005). He was married to Barbara, Barbara A. Hausman, Shirley and Shirley C. Aronoff. He died on October 9, 2009 in Port Washington, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Nuremberg: Nazis on Trial Self - Chief Interpreter
American Experience Self - Interpreter
Speer und er Self / interviwee


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 2007 Charlie Rose (TV Series)
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 30 April 2007 (2007) ... Self - Guest
 2006 Nuremberg: Nazis on Trial (TV Mini Series documentary)
Self - Chief Interpreter
- Rudolf Hess (2006) ... Self - Chief Interpreter
- Hermann Goering (2006) ... Self - Chief Interpreter
 2006 American Experience (TV Series documentary)
Self - Interpreter
- The Nuremberg Trials (2006) ... Self - Interpreter
 2005 Speer und er (TV Mini Series)
Self / interviwee
 2003 Die Johannes B. Kerner Show (TV Series)
- Episode dated 31 October 2003 (2003) ... Self (as Richard W. Sonnenfeldt)
 2002 Boulevard Bio (TV Series)
- Ganz nah dran (2002) ... Self
 1998 The Real... (TV Series documentary)
- Albert Goering (1998) ... Self

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Richard W. Sonnenfeldt


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Because of his good command of English, he was chosen out of the Army motor pool to become an interpreter. He took part in the pretrial interrogations for the Nuremberg trials, during which he questioned Hermann Göring, Albert Speer, and Joachim von Ribbentrop, among others. See more »

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