"Director of Oral History at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Joan Ringelheim speaks with Ben Ferencz. Since helping to liberate concentration camps as a soldier in General Patton’s army, Ferencz has devoted his life to prosecuting criminals and seeking justice for survivors."
A special collection at the Cornell Law Library - "... of nearly 150 bound volumes of Nuremberg trial transcripts and documents from the personal archives of General William J. Donovan (1883-1959). "
Online access is provided for some of the materials.
"The Nuremberg files held by the Paul M. Hebert Law Center Library cover primarily Case Six, USA v. Carl Krauch et al. (I.G. Farben Case), the case on which Judge Hebert served. The holdings include the transcripts of the proceedings of that trial, prosecution and defense evidence, photographs of the proceedings from the Office of the Chief Counsel for War Crimes, Judge Hebert's notes, and many documents involving the day to day operations of the tribunal."
"The Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group (IWG) locates, identifies, inventories, and recommends for declassification, currently classified U.S. records relating to Nazi and Japanese Imperial Government war crimes. Once declassified, these records are released to the American public. The group, consisting of high-level representatives from federal agencies and public members, was established by the Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act and the Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Act. "
Contains digital versions of: " the official proceedings of the trial of the major war criminals (The Blue Series), documentary evidence and guide materials from that trial (The Red Series), the official condensed record of the subsequent trials (The Green Series), and a final report on all the war crimes trials held in Nuremberg, Germany, from 1945 to 1949. "
"The Harvard Law School Library's Nuremberg Trials Project is an open-access initiative to create and present digitized images or full-text versions of the Library's Nuremberg documents, descriptions of each document, and general information about the trials. "
"Donated to Towson University in 1979, the Paul H. Gantt Nuremberg Trial Papers contain bound volumes of Gantt's working papers and a series of photographs related to the Nuremberg trials which took place in occupied Germany from 1945-1946 and from 1946-1949. The documents include legal briefs with annotations, correspondence files, military reports, and other documentation that reflect Gantt's roles and responsibilities as a member of American military prosecution teams."
National Archives Identifier: 23769
Local Identifier: 111-ADC-10005
Creator(s): Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer.(09/18/1947 - 02/28/1964) (Most Recent)
From: Series : Moving Images Relating to Military Activities, compiled 1947 - 1964
Record Group 111: Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer, 1860 - 1985
"The Archive serves as a comprehensive informational and archival resource worldwide for moving image materials pertaining to the Holocaust and related aspects of World War II. "
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
"The chief American prosecutor at the Nuremberg war crimes trials describes in detail the day-to-day proceedings at the trials and discusses the significance of the trials on the establishment of international law."
"vThe wide array of 73 primary documents - including journalistic accounts, private reflections, and tribunal transcripts - lets students evaluate first-hand the words of both prosecutors and defendants. Also provided are photographs of the trial, a chronology, brief biographies of the defendants, a selected bibliography, and an index."