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Zwartendijk with his daughter Edith and son Jan, Jr., Kovno, 1939-1940.
Yitzhak Gitterman (left), Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) director in Warsaw, meets with the representative of an Orthodox Je
American military police admit a father and daughter, both displaced persons, to the refugee shelter at Fort Ontario.
Jewish refugees from Europe arrive at the emergency refugee shelter at Fort Ontario.
Newly arrived refugees at a picnic in Fort Ontario.
John Pehle, Executive Director of the War Refugee Board.
The defendants rise as the judges enter the courtroom at the International Military Tribunal trial of war criminals at Nuremberg
Among the many ironies of the International Military Tribunal was that the defendants were accorded that which they had denied t
Joachim von Ribbentrop (Foreign Minister of Germany from 1938 to 1945) speaks with his lawyer, Dr.
Aerial view of the Nuremberg prison, where defendants in the International Military Tribunal war crimes trial were held.
The inhabitants of Nuremberg watch a parade of US troops through their city.
At the time of the International Military Tribunal, the city of Nuremberg reflected the devastation of war, as did much of Europ
View of the bombed-out city of Nuremberg.
US Chief Prosecuter Robert H. Jackson, pictured at the time of the International Military Tribunal (1945–1946).
The press room at the International Military Tribunal.
Gordon Dean, the public relations counsel to US Chief Prosecutor Robert Jackson, sorts papers in the press workroom at the end o
Walter Gumpert testifies for the prosecution during the Krupp Trial.
Marta Mosse, a Jewish doctor and former inmate in a concentration camp, testifies during Trial 11 of the Subsequent Nuremberg Pr
The prosecution team on the day the court announced its findings at the Milch Trial.
The press workroom at the International Military Tribunal.
The defendants (back row) and their lawyers (front row) during the Pohl Trial.
US Brigadier General Telford Taylor (front right), chief of counsel, sits at the prosecution table with his staff during the rea
Chief Prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz presents evidence during the Einsatzgruppen Trial.
On September 15, 1947, defendant Paul Blobel pleads not guilty during his arraignment at the Einsatzgruppen Trial.
The courtroom during the Einsatzgruppen Trial.
Oswald Pohl on the witness stand during the I.G.
Defendant Hermann Goering in the prisoners' dock at the International Military Tribunal.
Defendant Albert Speer.
Defendant Arthur Seyss-Inquart talks to fellow defendant Wilhelm Frick during a court recess.
Defendant Franz von Papen.
Defendant Alfred Jodl.
Defendant Fritz Sauckel in the International Military Tribunal courtroom.
Joachim von Ribbentrop (left), former German Foreign Minister, and Baldur von Schirach (right), former leader of the Hitler Yout
Defendant Walther Funk, former Nazi Minister of Economics and President of the Reichsbank (national bank).
Defendant Julius Streicher, former editor of the racist newspaper Der Stuermer.
Defendant Wilhelm Frick, former German Minister of the Interior.
Defendant Alfred Rosenberg, the former Chief Nazi Party ideologist, reads a document during the International Military Tribunal
Defendant Ernst Kaltenbrunner.
Defendants Wilhelm Keitel and Fritz Sauckel.
The French prosecution table at the International Military Tribunal trial of war criminals at Nuremberg.
Brigadier General Telford Taylor, the US chief counsel, delivers the prosecution's opening statement at the Ministries Trial.
Lawyer Joseph Kaufman speaks for the prosecution during the Krupp Trial.
A witness is sworn in at the trial of 61 former personnel and prisoners from the Mauthausen concentration camp.
The tribunal hears the testimony of a witness at the Mauthausen concentration camp trial.
Michael Pellis, a former camp inmate, identifies Friedrich Wilhelm Ruppert as having selected people to be murdered at the Dacha
A witness testifies during the Mauthausen concentration camp trail.
The American prosecution team at the Mauthausen concentration camp trial.
The view from the visitors' gallery during the Justice Case.
Defendant Wilhelm Frick in his prison cell at Nuremberg.
Defendant Fritz Sauckel in his prison cell.
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