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  • The Avalon Project - Contains documents regarding the Nuremberg War Crimes trial.
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  • David Irving's Nuremberg, the Last Battle - Online book by historical revisionist David Irving. Sympathetic to the defendants tried at Nuremberg.
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  • The Doctors Trial - US Holocaust Museum's online exhibit on the trial against 23 leading German physicians and administrators for their willing participation in war crimes and crimes against humanity.
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  • German War Criminals Trial - In-depth documentation of the proceedings of The International Military Tribunal with the hearings and findings of 1946, post WWII.
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  • 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.
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  • Nazi Conspiracy & Aggression - Documents from the International Military Tribunal, Nuremberg. Popularly known as the 'red series.'
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  • Nuremberg Revisited - The Atlantic republishes two articles on the Nuremberg trial written in 1946.
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  • Nuremberg Trial - A site dedicated to the explication of the trials of the Nuremberg War Crime Trials.
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  • Nuremberg Trial Project - Access to digitized photographs, court proceedings, and search engine of analyzed documents in Harvard Law School Library.
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  • 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.
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  • Nuremberg Trials Photos - Images and descriptions of the defendants and judges in the tribunal proceedings at the end of WWII.
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  • Nuremberg War Crimes Trial - Educational resources for teachers and students from Spartacus Schoolnet.
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  • Nuremberg War Trials: The Ministries Cases (The Nazi Judges Cases) - The trial of sixteen defendants, members of the Reich Ministry of Justice or People's and Special Courts, raised the issue of what responsibility judges might have for enforcing grossly unjust--but arguably binding--laws. The trial was the inspiration for the movie Judgment at Nuremberg. 
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  • Online Exhibitions | The Doctors Trial | Nuremberg Code excerpt - Code developed at Nuremberg as a result of wartime medical experimentation on humans.
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  • 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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