Sites relating to the war crimes trials held at Nuremberg following World War II.
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The Avalon Project
Contains documents regarding the Nuremberg War Crimes trial.
David Irving's Nuremberg, the Last Battle
Online book by historical revisionist David Irving. Sympathetic to the defendants tried at Nuremberg.
German War Criminals Trial
In-depth documentation of the proceedings of The International Military Tribunal with the hearings and findings of 1946, post WWII.
International Military Tribunal
Many volumes of documents, trial transcripts, and summaries relating to the International Military Tribunal trial of Nazi war criminals at Nuremberg, Germany are being laboriously digitized and made available.
Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression
Documents from the International Military Tribunal, Nuremberg. Popularly known as the 'red series.'
The Atlantic republishes two articles on the Nuremberg trial written in 1946.
Nuremberg Trial Project
Access to digitized photographs, court proceedings, and search engine of analyzed documents in Harvard Law School Library.
Nuremberg Trials Project
Harvard Law School digitization project focused on e photographs and documents from and related to the Nuremberg War Crimes trials. Includes links to related sources.
Nuremberg Trials Photos
Images and descriptions of the defendants and judges in the tribunal proceedings at the end of WWII.
Nuremberg War Crimes Trial
Educational resources for teachers and students from Spartacus Schoolnet.
Principles of the Nuremberg Tribunal, 1950
Code governing war crimes and crimes against humanity developed out of the Nuremberg war crimes process.
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