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Defendant Hermann Goering consults with his lawyer, Dr.
Defendant Wilhelm Keitel, former Chief of the German Armed Forces, in his Nuremberg prison cell.
Defendant Hjalmar Schacht, former German Minister for Economics, in his prison cell at Nuremberg.
Defendant Julius Streicher, editor of the antisemitic newspaper Der Stürmer, on the stand at the International Military Tribunal
Mug shot of former Field Marshal Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb, a defendant in the High Command Case.
The chief Soviet prosecutor, General R.A.
View of the courtroom during a session of the Milch Trial.
The judges pictured during a session of the Milch Trial.
US Deputy Chief of Counsel Charles M.
The four judges of Military Tribunal III hearing the Justice Case.
The defendants in the dock at the Pohl Trial.
Members of the prosecution team (foreground) during a session of the Milch Trial.
James McHaney, the American prosecutor, stands at the podium during the Pohl case as General Lucius Clay, US military governor,
The defendants at the Flick Trial study court documents.
The courtroom in the Palace of Justice during the Flick Trial.
The judges at the Flick Trial. From left to right are Frank N.
View of the courtroom as seen from the interpreters' section during the I.G.
The defendants in the dock (at rear, with headphones) and their lawyers (front) follow the proceedings of the Hostage Case.
The judges in the courtroom during the Hostage Case.
Former German General Lothar Rendulic is sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The defendants in the dock during the Einsatzgruppen Trial.
The Krupp Trial defendants in the dock (left) and their legal counsel (center).
American prosecutor Robert Kempner during the Ministries Trial.
The defendants in the dock (right) and their lawyers (center) listen to trial proceedings during the High Command Case.
Members of the tribunal listen to the proceedings of the High Command Case.
Ernst von Weizsaecker, former German State Secretary and Ambassador to the Vatican, speaks with his son, Richard (his co-defense
Defendant Gottlob Berger, former chief of the SS Main Office, is sentenced to 25 years in prison.
Hans Lammers, former chief of the Reich Chancellery and legal adviser to Hitler, is pictured following his sentencing to 20 year
The courtroom during the Krupp Trial.
Defendant Karl-Heinrich Pfirsch testifies during the Krupp Trial.
Mug shot of former German Field Marshal Georg von Küchler, a defendant in the High Command Case.
Mug shot of former German Field Marshal Hugo Sperrle, a defendant in the High Command Case.
Defendant Oswald Pohl is sentenced to death by hanging.
Former concentration camp warden Ilse Koch, wife of Buchenwald camp commandant Karl Koch, is sentenced to life in prison.
Ilse Koch testifies in her own defense at the trial of former camp personnel from the Buchenwald concentration camp.
Dr. Hans Hilmar Staudte, a former "race examiner," testifies as a defense witness at the RuSHA Trial.
Defendant Mathias Graf testifies in his own defense at the Einsatzgruppen Trial.
Defendant Inge Viermetz pleads "not guilty" at her arraignment during the RuSHA Trial.
Defendant Otto Schwarzenberger pleads "not guilty" at his arraignment during the RuSHA Trial.
The 14 RuSHA Trial defendants read the indictments against them.
US Chief of Counsel Brigadier General Telford Taylor (standing at center podium) opens the prosecution's case at the I.G.
The Soviet prosecution team at the International Military Tribunal.
Defendant Ernst Kaltenbrunner.
A prosecution witness demonstrates the position prisoners were forced to assume for punishment on the whipping block in the Dach
View of the courtroom during the Dachau concentration camp trial.
Clandestine photograph of a Polish political prisoner and medical experimentation victim in the Ravensbrück concentration camp.
Defendant Herman Goering reads in his prison bunk at Nuremberg.
Defendant Hans Frank, former Governor General of occupied Poland, in his cell at the Nuremberg prison.
Defendant Rudolf Hess in his prison cell.
Defendant Julius Streicher in his prison cell.
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