Chief Prosecutor Jackson delivers a speech concerning the prosecution's case against certain organizations in Nuremberg.
Nuremberg Germany Date:1946, February 28 Duration:9 min 12 sec Sound:Yes
During Nuremberg Trials, United States Chief Prosecutor Robert H Jackson delivers a speech concerning the prosecution's case against certain organizations in the Nazi government in Nuremberg, Germany. Quoting the prosecutor, 'The work of these organizations was to incite a mob spirit in the German people.' Mr Jackson states that the SS killed five million Jews unmercifully and with malice. 'These crimes' he says 'with which we deal, are unprecedented; not only because of the large number of organizations which carried them out so methodically, but because of the large number of people who united their efforts to perpetrate them.'
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