The Doctors' Trial of War Criminals before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals held at the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg, Germany after World War II. U.S. General Telford Taylor speaks before microphone about Jewish and Gypsy victims dying under torture and experimentation after being cruelly mistreated and murdered by Nazi doctors. General Taylor further says these savage crimes by medical physicians and scientists cannot go unpunished.
The Nuremberg Trials in Germany after World War II. American lawyer Telford Taylor addresses the court. A board shows the relations between the government and defendants. General Watson in the court. The defendant's lawyer sits in front of the dock.
The Nuremberg Trials in Germany after World War II. American lawyer Telford Taylor while speaking about Rostock, Handloser and Schroeder states that they held eminent position in international medicine. Backgrounds of some of the other defendants are also given. Defendants in a dock as Taylor's voice is heard reading the indictment. Defendants Brandt, Handloser, Rostock, Schroeder, Rose, Ruff, Brock, Romberg, Backer-Frysing and Weltz speaking to their lawyers during a recess. Herta Oberhauser leaves the courtroom. Cameramen with cameras.
The Nazi Einsatzgruppen Case of the Nuremberg Trials in Nuremberg, Germany, after the end of World War 2. General Telford Taylor gives his summation of the prosecution's case against the Einsatzgruppe. The defendants in the dock. Some of the defendants state that General Taylor believed that they had committed no crime in murdering their victims because they were Jews. Judge Michael Musmanno says that the defendant may now answer, extemporaneously or otherwise, to any new evidence which may have been presented during the prosecutor's summation. The Judges of the tribunal are Michael A Musmanno, John J Speight and Richard D Dixon.
The Einsatzgruppen Case in Nuremberg, Germany. General Telford Taylor in a courtroom. A member of the prosecution reads in part the description of the mass murders committed by the Einsatzgruppen. He also describes how the displaced persons, or DPs, were put into a van and gassed to death. One Einsatzgruppen detachment while making a report states that 121, 817 Jews were killed and that at one place they arrested all Jews over 16 and with an exception of the doctors and the elders all of them were executed. The leader of Einsatzgruppen reports that 15,000 Jews were executed in Schrewindt.
War Crimes Trials in Tokyo, Japan. Other officials and judges in the courtroom. Mrs. Yasuko Konoye, a new witness is sworn in. British prosecutor Comyns Carr asks Mrs. Konoye to identify herself and reads her statement. As Mr. Carr stops reading his statement, Mr. Brooks and Mr. Logan make objections to the document being presented.
General Telford Taylor reads his summation.