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Polish priest Theodore Korcz reads from a medical record presented as evidence at the trial of former personnel from the Dachau
Defendant Gregor Ebner testifies at the RuSHA Trial.
Joseph Spektor, a witness for the prosecution at the trial of former Buchenwald concentration camp personnel, points to scars fr
In the International Military Tribunal courtroom, executive trial counsel Colonel Robert G.
Hermann Goering eats breakfast in his cell while awaiting the opening of the day's court proceedings.
Priest Benedict Wein gives testimony as a witness for the prosecution during the Justice Case.
A Polish former inmate of Auschwitz identifies Oswald Pohl while on the stand for the prosecution during the Pohl/WVHA trial.
Defendant Otto Ohlendorf (second from left) receives his indictment from Colonel C.W.
The I.G. Farben defendants hear the indictments against them before the start of the trial.
An American soldier serves former German Field Marshal Wilhelm List with his indictment at the beginning of the Hostage Case.
Lieutenant Commander Harris, American prosecutor at the commission hearings investigating indicted Nazi organizations.
Portrait of Lieutenant Colonel Mervyn Griffith-Jones, British prosecutor at the IMT Nuremberg commission hearings investigating
Former German Lieutenant General Walter Kuntze, a defendant in the Hostage Case, is sentenced to life imprisonment by the Americ
Defendant Alfried Krupp (left) reads a document while seated in the dock at a session of the Krupp Trial in Nuremberg.
The courtroom where Klaus Barbie, former Gestapo (German Secret State Police) chief in Lyon, was tried on charges of "crimes aga
Chief Prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz at the Einsatzgruppen Trial.
Members of Kibbutz Nili (a Zionist agricultural collective) study a map of Palestine.
Chief defense attorney Mark O'Conner (standing) addresses a question to John Demjanjuk during Demjanjuk's trial.
Film evidence is shown during the trial of Adolf Eichmann.
Many journalists covered the trial of Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem.
Defendant Adolf Eichmann stands as he is sentenced to death by the court.
German Field Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt (with his back to the camera) speaks to American prosecutor Robert Kempner (left) and in
View of the mimeograph room in the Palace of Justice at Nuremberg, 1948.
Translators operate an IBM machine during a session of the International Military Tribunal.
Portrait of Irmgard Huber, chief nurse at the Hadamar Institute, in her office.
Members of the press during the trial of John Demjanjuk.
Portrait of Robert Ley.
Defendants Karl Doenitz (left), Erich Raeder (center), and Baldur von Schirach under guard in the defendants' dock at Nuremberg.
Defendants Konstantin von Neurath and Hermann Goering talk during a recess at the International Military Tribunal trial of war c
Defendant Hans Fritzsche enters the Nuremberg courtroom under American guard.
Portrait of Martin Bormann. Bormann died in an effort to flee Berlin in the last days of World War II, but was long thought to b
American prosecutor Robert Kempner, at the Nuremberg commission hearings investigating indicted Nazi organizations.
American prosecutor Robert Kempner shows a document to German Field Marshal Erich von Manstein at the IMT Nuremberg commission h
Third floor lounge in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
The Meyerhoff Theater in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Visitors in the Hall of Witness in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Visitors view the eternal flame in the Hall of Remembrance at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Visitors in the Hall of Witness at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Portrait of James Ingo Freed, architect of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Photograph of exterior wall of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Light cast in the Hall of Witness.
Ernst Toller in New York, May 1939
Group portrait of Jewish displaced youth at the OSE (Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants) home for Orthodox Jewish children in Ambloy.
Escorted by American soldiers, child survivors of Buchenwald file out of the main gate of the camp.
Children march out of Buchenwald to a nearby American field hospital where they will receive medical care.
Auschwitz fence posts and Elie Wiesel quote in the third floor tower room of the Permanent Exhibition at the United States Holoc
Vladka Meed shakes the hand of President Jimmy Carter at a White House Rose Garden ceremony marking the official presentation of
President Bill Clinton (center), Elie Wiesel (right), and Harvey Meyerhoff (left) light the eternal flame outside on the Eisenho
View of a camp for Soviet prisoners of war, showing the holes dug into the ground that served as shelter.
Soviet prisoners of war pause for rations during forced labor at the narrow-gauge railroad station.
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