Records of the Nuremberg Trials are transferred to the International Court of Justice at the Hague, Netherlands
Amsterdam Netherlands Date:1950, March Duration:54 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A U.S. Air Force C-54 transport aircraft seen parked at the Amsterdam airport, in Holland. A truck is parked nearby. Men unload 37 packing cases, containing the records of the Nuremberg trials, and place them aboard the truck. Closeup of one case shows it addressed to the International Court at the Hague, Netherlands. Next is a sequences showing a Nazi concentration camp and its infamous "Arbeit Macht Frei," sign over the gate; A sign reading: "Vorsicht Gas.Lebensgefahr. nicht öffnen." (Caution gas. Danger to life. Don't open.") ; Nazis in the dock at the trial, including Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess, Joachim von Ribbentrop, and Wilhelm Keitel, in front row, and Baldur von Schirach, Fritz Sauckel, and Alfred Jodl, behind them. Closeup of Goering in dark glasses, and Hess. Glimpse of the courtroom. Scene shifts back to the airport, again, where the truck, loaded with the records proceeds under police escort. Street sign points 47 Km toward "Den Haag,"(The Hague). The truck and police escort passes through the gates of the Peace Palace in the Hague (home of the International Court of Justice).
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