Nuremberg Trials

On This Day: 12 Nazis sentenced to death in the Nuremberg Trials

The Nuremberg trials were a series of 13 trials carried out between 1945 and 1949, the Trial of Major War Criminals being held from November 20, 1945 to October 1, 1946. 

75 years since Nuremberg Trials, BBC radio releases harrowing audio series

Written by Jonathan Myerson, the drama tells the story from the lesser-heard perspectives of those amongst thousands of individuals tasked with fighting what became the last battle of World War II.

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Former UK nurse suggests pro-vaccine doctors face Nuremburg Trials

"At the Nuremberg trial the doctors and nurses stood trial, and they hung.”

Nazi defendants (left to right, front row) Hermann Goring, Rudolf Hess, Joachim von Ribbentrop and W

Dutch right-wing politician calls Nuremberg trials ‘illegitimate’

Political rivals and CIDI, Dutch Jewry’s watchdog on antisemitism, said Baudet’s remark was “shocking.”


Complete Nuremberg Trials recordings online for the first time

This week, the US Holocaust Memorial Museum placed online more than 700 hours of audio recordings from the trials, as well as 37 reels of film introduced as evidence.


The Nuremberg Trials - 75 years on

After six years of war, the Allied powers came together to deliver justice on Nazi leaders who had caused the deaths of millions of people.

At 100, last Nuremberg prosecutor still yearns for justice

"My job was to get into the concentration camps as they were being liberated, with the dead bodies all over the floor and with people waiting to be burned because the crematorium was so overcrowded."


The Soviet role in justice: Behind the scenes at the Nuremberg trials

A new book examines the deliberations, machinations and intrigues among the Allied countries, who provided the prosecutors and the judges.


Nuremberg trials recordings handed over to Holocaust Memorial in Paris

The initiative is part of an effort to make the material available to the public

Oscar-winning director creating animated Holocaust film

Nuremberg prosecutor's life story to be adapted as screen feature.

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