Chief prosecutor Robert H. Jackson opens the Nuremberg War Crime Trials at the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg, Germany.
Nuremberg Germany Date:1945, November 29 Duration:3 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
The Nuremberg War Crime Trials at the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg, Germany after World War II. The Palace of Justice where the proceedings of the war crime trials take place. Guards at an entrance doorway check the identity cards of the visitors. Adolf Hitler's Deputy in the Nazi Party Rudolf Walter Richard Hess, the President of the Reichstag Hermann Wilhelm Goring and Foreign Minister of Germany Joachim Von Ribbentrop seated in a courtroom. Judges takes their seats. Chief United States prosecutor Robert H. Jackson opens the trials. He states about crime against peace of the world. A judge states his comments. The defendants plead. Goering attempts to make a statement and is admonished by the court. All defendants plead not guilty. From a newsreel released November 29, 1945.
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