After the war, Hans Frank was arrested, tried and executed.
During his final confinement, Hans Frank was visited by Fr. O'Conner, who led him to repent and believe in the atonement of Christ for his many sins, and become a Roman Catholic.
At the Nuremberg Trials, August 31, 1945, Hans Frank was remorseful, explaining the slippery slope of socialist thought:
"At the beginning of our way we did not suspect that our turning away from God could have such disastrous deadly consequences and that we would necessarily become more and more deeply involved in guilt.
At that time we could not have known that so much loyalty and willingness to sacrifice on the part of the German people could have been so badly directed by us.
Thus, by turning away from God, we were overthrown and had to perish ..."