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  • Contents of The Nuremberg Trials Collection

  • Trial of the Major War Criminals Before the International Military Tribunal.

    Motions

    Orders of the Tribunal

    Presentation of Cases

    Testimony of Witnesses

    Final Report on the Evidence of Witnesses for the Defense of Organizations Alleged to be Criminal, Heard Before a Commission Appointed by the Tribunal Pursuant to Paragraph 4 of the Order of the 13th of March, 1946

    Report of Robert H. Jackson, United States Representative to the International Conference on Military Trials : London, 1945

    Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression

    Key Documents Related to the Proceedings

    Documents of the Post War Military Government

    Rules of Procedure

    Subsequent Cases Tried Under Control Council Law No. 10

    Documents Cited in the Official Records of the Tribunal

    Supporting Documents

    Other Web Resources on the Holocaust and the Nuremberg Trials

     

  • Subsequent Cases Tried Under Control Council Law No. 10
  • The Pohl Case - United States of America v. Oswald Polh et. al.

     

  • Key Documents Related to the Proceedings
  • Charter of the International Military Tribunal

    Indictment against Hermann Goering et. al.

    Judgment of the International Military Tribunal for the Trial of German Major War Criminals

    Justice Jackson's Report to the President on Atrocities and War Crimes; June 7, 1945

    London Agreement of August 8th 1945

    Nuremberg Code

    Protocol Rectifying Discrepancy in the Charter

    Royal Warrant : Regulations for the Trial of War Criminals; June 18, 1945

    St. James Agreement; June 12, 1941

    Statement by Justice Jackson on War Trials Agreement; August 12, 1945

    The Stroop Report : The Warsaw Ghetto is No More

    Wannsee Protocol, January 20, 1942

     

  • Documents of the Post War Military Government
  • Control Council Law No. 10; December 20, 1945

    Executive Order 9547; May 2, 1945

    Executive Order 9679; January 16, 1946

    General Memorandum No. 15; March 20, 1946

    General Orders Number 301; October 24, 1946

    Joint Chiefs of Staff : Directive on the Identification and Apprehension of Persons Suspected of War Crimes or Other Offenses and Trial of Certain Offenders; July 8, 1945

    Ordinance No. 7; October 18, 1946

    Ordinance No. 11; February 17, 1947

     

  • Rules of Procedure
  • Rules of Procedure for the Trial of the German Major War Criminals : October 29, 1945

    Rules of Procedure Adopted by Military Tribunal I in the Trial of the Medical Case (Case 1)

    Development of Uniform Rules of Procedure Action by Individual Tribunals, Executive Sessions of Several Tribunals, and the Committee of Presiding Judges

    Uniform Rules of Procedure, Military Tribunals, Nuernberg, Revised to 8 January 1948

     

  • Documents Cited in the Official Records of the Tribunal
  • The British War Blue Book

    The Bullet Decree (Kugel Erlass); March 4, 1944

    Directive No. 1 for the Conduct of the War

    The Hague Conventions

    Hossbach Memorandum; November 10, 1937

    Kellogg-Briand Pact and Associated Documents

    Moscow Conference; October 1943

    Munich Pact and Associated Documents

    Nazi-Soviet Non-Agression Pact

    Night and Fog Decree (Nacht und Nebel Erlass); December 7, 1941

    Program of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP)

    The Stroop Report : The Warsaw Ghetto is No More; April - May 1943

    The Treaty of Versailles; June 28, 1919

    Tripartite Pact

     

  • Supporting Documents
  • SS Ranks

     

  • Other Web Resources
  • Berkeley War Crimes Studies Center

    Cybrary of the Holocaust

    The Nizkor Project

    Simon Wiesenthal Center

    Thomas J. Dodd Papers Guide - Nuremberg Trial Series

    United States Holocaust Museum

    Yad Vashem

     


    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 1

    Members and Alternate Members of the Tribunal

    Officials of the General Secretariat

    Prosecution Counsel

    Individual Defendants and Defense Counsel

    Establishment of the Tribunal

    London Agreement of 8 August 1945

    Charter of the International Military Tribunal

    Protocol Rectfying discrepancy in text of the Charter

    Rules of Procedure

    Minutes of the Opening Session of the Tribunal, at Berlin 18 October 1945

    Indictment

    Text of the Indictment

    Motion of the Prosecution for Correcting Discrepancies in the Indictment

    Pleas of the Individual Defendants

    Letter of Reservation by the United States Prosecutor in Regard to Wording of Indictment

    Notice

    Order of the Tribunal Regarding Notice to Individual Defendants

    Order of the Tribunal Regarding Notice to Members of Groups and Organizations

    Order of the Tribunal Regarding Notice to the Defendant Bormann

    Service

    Certificates of Compliance with Orders of the Tribunal Regarding Notice to Members of Groups and Organizations and to Defendant Bormann

    Certificates of Service on Individual Defendants

    Certificate of Service on Defendant Gustav Krupp von Bohlen and Medical Certificates Attached Thereto

    Acknowledgement of Service by Defendant Fritzsche and Defendant Raeder

    Motion on Behalf of Defendant Gustav Krupp von Bohlen for Postponement of the Trial as to Him, and Action Taken Thereon

    Motion and Medical Certificates Attached Thereto

    Report of the Medical Commission Appointed to Examine Defendant Gustav Krupp von Bohlen

    Answer of the United States Prosecution to the Motion

    Memorandum of the British Prosecution on the Motion

    Memorandum of the French Prosecution on the Motion

    Supplemental Memorandum of the French Prosecution

    Order of the Tribunal Granting Postponement of the Proceedings Against Gustav Krupp von Bohlen

    Supplementary Statement of the United States Prosecution

    Motion of the Committee of Chief Prosecutors to Amend the Indictment by Adding the Name of Alfried Krupp von Bohlen as a Defendant

    Order of the Tribunal Rejecting the Motion to Amend the Indictment

    Memorandum of the French Prosecution on the Order of the Tribunal Rejecting the Motion to Amend the Indictment

    Motion on Behalf of Defendant Streicher for Postponement of the Trial as to Him, and Action Taken Thereon

    Motion on Behalf of Defendant Streicher

    Memorandum of the United States Prosecution on the Motion

    Memorandum of the British Prosecution on the Motion

    Motion of the Soviet Prosecution for a Psychiatric Examination of Defendant Streicher

    Order of the Tribunal Regarding a Psychiatric Examination of Defendant Streicher

    Report of Examination of Defendant Streicher

    Medical Examination of Defendant Hess

    Motion on Behalf of Defendant Hess for an Examination by a Neutral Expert

    Order of the Tribunal Rejecting the Motion, and Designating a Commission to Examine Defendant Hess

    Report of the Commission to Examine Defendant Hess

    Report of the Prison Psychologist

    Motion Adopted by All Defense Counsel, 19 November 1945

    Judgment

    Dissenting Opinion of the Soviet Judge

    Sentences

     

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 2 :
    Preliminary Hearings to the Ninth Day

    Preliminary Hearing 11/14/45 Discussion of the Motion Concerning Gustav Krupp
    Preliminary Hearing 11/15/45 Ruling on the Krupp Motion
    Discussion and Ruling on the Streicher Motion.
    Preliminary Hearing 11-17-45 Arguments on Trying Martin Bormann in Abstentia
    First Day 11-20-45 Reading of the Indictment
    Second Day 11-21-45 Pleas of the Indicted
    Justice Jackson's Opening Statement
    Third Day 11-22-45 Ruling on Motion for Julius Streicher
    Colonel Storey's Presentation on Count One
    Fourth Day 11-23-45 Continuation of Colonel Storey's Presentation on Count One
    Fifth Day 11-26-45 Sidney Alderman's Presentation on Aggressive War
    Sixth Day 11-27-45 Continuation of Sidney Alderman's Presentation on Aggressive War
    Seventh Day 11-28-45 Continuation of Sidney Alderman's Presentation on Aggressive War
    Eighth Day 11-29-45 Continuation of Sidney Alderman's Presentation on Aggressive War
    Ninth Day 11-30-45 Testimony of Erwin Lahousen
    Discussion of the Health of Rudolf Hess

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 3
    Tenth Day to the Twentieth Day

    Tenth Day 12-01-45 Decision on the Application by Defendant Hess.
    Continuation of the Testimony of Erwin Lahousen.
    Eleventh Day 12-03-45 Sidney Alderman's Presentation of the Case on Waging Aggressive War Against Czechoslovakia.
    Twelfth Day 12-04-45 Sir Hartley Shawcross' Presentation of the Case on Conspiracy to Commit Aggressive War (Count 2 in the Indictment.
    Continuation of Alderman's Presentation on Czechoslovakia
    Thirteenth Day 12-05-45 Continuation of Alderman's Presentation on Czechoslovakia
    Maxwell-Fyfe's Presentation on the Violation of Treaties and International Agreements
    Griffith-Jones' Presentation of the Case on Aggressive Wars Against Poland and Against the United Kingdom and France
    Fourteenth Day 12-06-45 Continuation of Griffith-Jones Presentation of the Case on Aggressive Wars Against Poland and Against the United Kingdom and France
    Beginning of F. Elwyn Jones' Presentation of the Case on Agressive Wars Against Denmark and Norway
    Fifteenth Day 12-07-45 Continuation of F. Elwyn Jones' Presentation of the Case on Agressive Wars Against Denmark and Norway
    Beginning of Roberts' Presentation of the Case on Agressive War Against Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.
    Beginning of H. J. Phillimore's Presentation of the Case on Agressive War Against Greece and Yugoslavia.
    Sidney Alderman's Presentaion on Austria
    Beginning of Sidney Alderman's Presentation of the Case on Agressive War Against the U.S.S.R.
    Sixteenth Day 12-10-45 Continuation of Sidney Alderman's Presentation of the Case on Aggressive War Against the U.S.S.R.
    Beginning of Sidney Alderman's Presentation of the Case on Collaboration with Italy and Japan and the Case on Aggressive War Against the United States
    Sevnteenth Day 12-11-45 Showing of a Film
    Beginning of Thomas Dodd's Presentation of the Case on Forced Labor
    Eighteenth Day 12-12-45 Continuation of Thomas Dodd's Presentation of the Case on Forced Labor
    Nineteenth Day 12-13-45 Continuation of Thomas Dodd's Presentation of the Case on Forced Labor
    Thomas Dodd's Presentation of the Case on Concentration Camps
    Major Walsh's Presentation of the Case on Persecution of the Jews
    Twentieth Day 12-14-45 Continuation of Major Walsh's Presentation of the Case on Persecution of the Jews
    Beginning of Captain Samuel Harris' Presentation of the Case Concerning Germanization and Spoliation in Occupied Countries

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 4 :
    Twenty-First Day to the Twenty-Ninth Day

    Twenty-First Day 12-17-45 Continuation of Captain Samuel Harris' Presentation of the Case Concerning Germanization and Spoliation in Occupied Countries
    Beginning of Col. Robert Storey's Presentation of the Case Against the Leadership Corps.
    Twenty-Second Day 12-18-45 Continuation of Col. Robert Storey's Presentation of the Case Against the Leadership Corps.
    Beginning of Col. Storey's Presentation of the Case Against the SA
    Twenty-Third Day 12-19-45 Continuation of Col. Storey's Presentation of the Case Against the SA
    Beginning of Major Warren F. Farr's Presentation of the Case Against the SS
    Twenty-Fourth Day 12-20-45 Continuation of Major Warren F. Farr's Presentation of the Case Against the SS
    Beginning of Col. Robert Storey's Presentation of the Case Against the Gestapo
    Twenty-Fifth Day 01-02-46 Continuation of Col. Robert Storey's Presentation of the Case Against the Gestapo
    Dr. Kurt Kauffmann's Motion on Behalf of Kaltenbrunner
    Beginning of Lieutenant Commander Whitney R. Harris's Presentation of the Case Against Ernst Kaltenbrunner
    Twenty-Sixth Day 01-03-46 Continuation of Lieutenant Commander Whitney R. Harris's Presentation of the Case Against Ernst Kaltenbrunner
    Testimony of Otto Ohlendorf
    Testimony of Dieter Wisliceny
    Twenty-Seventh Day 01-04-46 Testimony of Walter Schellenberg
    Testimony of Alois Hollriegel
    Beginning of Col. Telford Taylor's Presentation of the Case Against the General Staff and the High Command
    Twenty-Eighth Day 01-07-46 Continuation of Col. Telford Taylor's Presentation of the Case Against the General Staff and the High Command
    Testimony of Erich Von Dem Bach Zelewski
    Col. Wheeler's Presention of the Case on the Suppression of Churches
    Twenty-Ninth Day 01-08-46 Continuation of Col. Wheeler's Presentation of the Case on the Suppression of Churches
    Elwyn Jones' Prsentation of "Aggression as a Basic Nazi Idea."
    Ralph G. Albrecht's Presention of the Case Against Goering
    Maxwell-Fyffe's Presentation of the Case Against Ribbentrop

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 5 :
    Thirtieth Day - Thirty-Ninth Day

    Thirtieth Day 01-09-46 Continuation of Maxwell-Fyffe's Presentation of the Case Against Ribbentrop
    Motion regarding Case Against Frank
    Mr. Robert's Presentation of the Case Against Keitel and Jodl
    Beginning of Mr. Walter W. Brudno's Presentation of the Case Against Rosenberg
    Thirty-First Day 01-10-46 Continuation of Mr. Walter W. Brudno's Presentationof the Case Against Rosenberg
    Lieutenant Colonel Baldwin's Presentation of the Case Against Frank
    Lieutenant Colonel M.C. Griffith-Jones' Presentation of the Case Against Streicher
    Beginning of Lieutenant Brady O. Bryson's Presentation of the Case Against Schacht
    Thirty-Second Day 01-11-46 Continuation of Lt. Brady's Presentation of the Case Against the Schacht
    Lieutenant Bernhard D. Meltzer's Presentation of the Case Against Funk
    Testimony of Dr. Franz Blaha (former prisoner of Dachau) - direct and cross examinations
    Thirty-Third Day 01-14-46 Continuation of Cross Examination of Witness Blaha
    Beginning of Col. Phillimore's Presentation of the Case Against Doenitz
    Testimony of Peter Josef Heisig - direct and cross examinations
    Thirty-Fourth Day 01-15-46 Testimony of witness Karl Heinz Moehle - direct and cross examinations
    Continuation of Col. Phillimore's Presentation of the Case Against Doenitz
    Major F. Elwyn Jones' Presentation of the Case Against Raeder
    Beginning of Capt. Drexel A. Sprecher's Presentation of the Case Against Schirach
    Thirty-Fifth Day 01-16-46 Continuation of Capt. Drexel A. Sprecher's Presentation of the Case Against Raeder
    Lieutenant Thomas F. Lambert's Presentation of the Case against Bormann
    Dr. Robert M. W. Kempner's Presentation
    of the Case Against Frick
    Thirty-Sixth Day 01-17-46 M. Francois De Menthon's Presentation of France's case
    Beginning of M. Faure's Presentation of France's case
    Thirty-Seventh Day 01-18-46 Continuation of M. Faure's Presentation of France's case
    Beginning of M.Jacques B. Herzog's Presentation of brief relating to forced labor in France
    Thirty-Eighth Day 01-19-46 Continuation of M. Herzog's Presentation of case relating to forced labor
    Beginning of M. Charles's Gerthoffer's Presentation of case regarding actions in Western Europe
    Thirty-Ninth Day 01-21-46 Continuation of M. Charles's Gerthoffer's Presentation of case regarding actions in Western Europe (the Netherlands)
    Beginning of M. Delpech's Presentation of case regarding actions in Belgium

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 6 :
    Fortieth Day (01-22-46) to the Fiftieth Day (02-04-46)

    Fortieth Day 01-22-46 Continuation of M. Delpech's Presentation of the case regarding actions in Belgium and Luxembourg
    M. Gerthoffer's Presentation of the case regarding economic pillage of France
    Forty-First Day 01-23-46 Capt. Sprecher's Presentation of the case against Fritzsche
    Major. J. Harcourt Barrington's Presention of the case against Von Papen
    Beginning of Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe's Presentation of the case against Von Neurath
    Forty-Second Day 01-24-46 Continuation of Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe's Presentation of the case against Von Neurath
    Beginning of M. Charles Dubost's Presentation of the case regarding atrocities committed in the occupied countries of the west
    Forty-Third Day 01-25-46 Continuation of M. Charles Dubost's Presentation of the case regarding atrocities committed in the occupied countries of the west
    Testimony of Maurice Lampe
    Forty-Fourth Day 01-28-46 Continuation of M. Charles Dubost's Presentation of the case regarding atrocities committed in the occupied countries of the west
    Testimony of Marie Claude Vaillant-Couturier
    Testimony of Veith
    Cross examination of Veith
    Testimony of Dr. Victor Dupont
    Cross examination of Dupont
    Beginning of Testimony of Francois Boix
    Forty-Fifth Day 01-29-46 Continuation of Testimony of Francois Boix
    Cross examination of Boix
    Testimony of Hans Cappelen
    Cross examination of Cappelen
    Testimony of Paul Roser
    Cross examination of Roser
    Testimony of Dr. Alfred Balachowsky
    Cross examination of Dr. Balachowsky
    Forty-Sixth Day 01-30-46 Continuation of M. Charles Dubost's Presentation of the case regarding atrocities committed in the occupied countries of the west
    Forty-Seventh Day 01-31-46 Continuation of M. Charles Dubost's Presentation of the case regarding atrocities committed in the occupied countries of the west
    Forty-Eighth Day 02-01-46 Continuation of M. Charles Dubost's Presentation of the case regarding atrocities committed in the occupied countries of the west
    M. Edgar Faure's Presentation of the case regarding Germanization and persecution
    Testimony of Emil Reuter
    Forty-Ninth Day 02-02-46 Continuation of M. Edgar Faure's Presentation of the case regarding Germanization and persecution
    Testimony of Jacobus Vorrink
    Cross examination of Vorrink
    Fiftieth Day 02-04-46 Continuation of M. Edgar Faure's Presentation of the case regarding Germanization and persecution
    Testimony of M. Van der Essen
    Cross examination of Van der Essen

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 7 :
    Fifty-First Day - Sixty-Second Day

    Fifty-first Day 02-05-46 M. Faure's Presentation on Propaganda
    Fifty-Second Day 02-06-46 Gerthoffer's Presention of Stolen Art
    Fifty-Third Day 02-07-46 Presentation of Cases against Saukel, Speer, Goering and Hess
    Fifty-Fourth Day 02-08-46 General Rudenko's Opening Statement
    Fifty-Fifth Day 02-09-46 Col. Pokrovsky's Opening Statement
    Fifty-Sixth Day 02-11-46 Continuation of Col. Pokrovsky's Opening Statement
    General Zorya's presentation of the Documentary Evidence Dealing with the Aggression Against the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
    Testimony of General Friedrich Paulus
    General Zorya Continues
    Fifty-Seventh Day 02-12-46 Continuation of the Testimony of General Friedrich Paulus
    General Zorya Reads the Testimony of Antonescu
    Testimony of General Erich Buschenhagen
    Testimony of Romanian Minister of War Pantazi is Read
    Fifty-Eighth Day 02-13-46 Continuation of General Zorya's Presentation
    Col. Pokrovsky's Presentation on Criminal Violation of the Laws and Customs of War in the Treatment of Prisoners of War
    Fifty-Ninth Day 02-14-46 Continuation of Col. Pokrovsky's Presentation on Criminal Violation of the Laws and Customs of War in the Treatment of Prisoners of War
    Sixtieth Day 02-15-46 Continuation of Councellor Smirnov's Presentation
    Sixty-First Day 02-18-46 Continuation of Councellor Smirnov's Presentation
    Sixty-Second Day 02-19-46 Continuation of Councellor Smirnov's Presentation

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 8 :
    Sixty-Third Day - Seventy-Fourth Day

    Sixty-Third Day 02-20-46 Shenin's Opening Statement on Plunder of Private and Public Property
    Sixty-Fourth Day 02-21-46 Raginsky's Opening Statement on Crimes Against Culture
    Sixty-Fifth Day 02-22-46 Continuation of Raginsky's Presentation on Destruction of Cities and Towns
    Testimony of Director of the State Hermitage Joseph Orbeli
    Sixty-Sixth Day 02-23-46 Defense's Application for Witnesses and Documents for Ribbentrop and Goering
    Sixty-Seventh Day 02-25-46 Conclusion of Defense's Application for Witnesses and Documents
    Smirnov's Opening Statement on the Crimes against Humanity
    Sixty-Eighth Day 02-26-46 Continuation of Smirnov's Presentation on Crimes against Humanity
    Testimony of Jacob Grigoriev
    Smirnov's Presentation on Discrimination against the Soviet People
    Testimony of Dr. Eugene Alexandrovich Kivelisha
    Sixty-Ninth Day 02-27-46 Conclusion of Smirnov's Presentation
    Testimony of Abram Gerzevitch Suzkever
    Testimony of Severina Shmaglevskaya on Treatment of Children
    Testimony of Samuel Rajzman on Treblinka
    Testimony of Very Reverend Nikolai Ivanovitch Lomakin on Religious Persecution
    Seventieth Day 02-28-46 Prosecution's Definition of the Criminality of Organizations
    Seventy-First Day 03-01-46 Prosecution's Clarification of the Criminality of Organizations
    Seventy-Second Day 03-02-46 Prosecution's Conclusion of the Criminality of Organizations
    Seventy-Third Day 03-04-46 Soviet's Presentation Conclusion
    Defense's Application for Witnesses for Kaltenbrunner, Rosenberg, and Frick
    Seventy-Fourth Day 03-05-46 Defense's Application for Witnesses and Documents for Streicher, Funk, and Doenitz

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 9 :
    Seventy-Seventh Day - Eighty-Ninth Day

    Seventy-Seventh Day 03-08-46 Conclusion of Application for Witnesses for Keitel and Rosenberg
    Presentation of Goering's Defense
    Testimony of Air Force General Karl Bodenschatz
    Testimony of Field Marshal Erhard Milch
    Seventy-Eighth Day 03-11-46 Testimony of Field Marshal Erhard Milch
    Seventy-Ninth Day 03-12-46 Testimony of Luftwaffe Colonel Bernd von Brauchitsch
    Testimony of State Secretary Paul Korner
    Testimony of Field Marshal Albert Kesselring
    Eightieth Day 03-13-46 Testimony of Field Marshal Albert Kesselring
    Testimony of Reich Marshal, Defendant Hermann Goering
    Eighty-First Day 03-14-46 Testimony of Reich Marshal, Defendant Hermann Goering
    Eighty-Second Day 03-15-46 Testimony of Reich Marshal, Defendant Hermann Goering
    Eighty-Third Day 03-16-46 Testimony of Reich Marshal, Defendant Hermann Goering
    Eighty-Fourth Day 03-18-46 Testimony of Reich Marshal, Defendant Hermann Goering
    Eighty-Fifth Day 03-19-46 Testimony of Civil Engineer Birger Dahlerus
    Testimony of Reich Marshal, Defendant Hermann Goering
    Eighty-Sixth Day 03-20-46 Testimony of Reich Marshal, Defendant Hermann Goering
    Eighty-Seventh Day 03-21-46 Testimony of Reich Marshal, Defendant Hermann Goering
    Eighty-Eighth Day 03-22-46 Testimony of Reich Marshal, Defendant Hermann Goering
    Defense's Review of List of Witnesses and Documents
    Eighty-Ninth Day 03-23-46 Defense's Applications for Supplementary Materials for Defendants Neurath, Schacht, Frank, Sauckel, von Papen, Ribbentrop, Streicher, Rosenberg, and Seyss-Inquart

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 10 :
    Ninetieth Day to the One Hundred and First Day

    Ninetieth Day 03-25-46 Testimony of Foreign Office State Secretary Ernst Bohle
    Testimony of German Auslands-Institut Honorary President Karl Strolin
    Ninety-First Day 03-26-46 Testimony of Foreign Office State Secretary Adolf von Steengracht
    Ninety-Second Day 03-27-46 Testimony of Foreign Office State Secretary Adolf von Steengracht
    Ninety-Third Day 03-28-46 Testimony of von Ribbentrop's Secretary Margarete Blank
    Testimony of Minister Paul Schmidt
    Testimony of Foreign Minister, Defendant Joachim von Ribbentrop
    Ninety-Fourth Day 03-29-46 Continuation of Testimony of Foreign Minister, Defendant Joachim von Ribbentrop
    Ninety-Fifth Day 03-30-46 Continuation of Testimony of Foreign Minister, Defendant Joachim von Ribbentrop
    Ninety-Sixth Day 04-01-46 Continuation of Testimony of Foreign Minister, Defendant Joachim von Ribbentrop
    Ninety-Seventh Day 04-02-46 Continuation of Testimony of Foreign Minister, Defendant Joachim von Ribbentrop
    Ninety-Eigth Day 04-03-46 Testimony of Field Marshal, Defendant Wilhelm Keitel
    Ninety-Ninth Day 04-04-46 Continuation of Testimony of Field Marshal, Defendant Wilhelm Keitel
    One Hundreth Day 04-05-46 Continuation of Testimony of Field Marshal, Defendant Wilhelm Keitel
    One Hundred and First Day 04-06-46 Continuation of Testimony of Field Marshal, Defendant Wilhelm Keitel

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 11 :
    One Hundred and Second Day to the One Hundred and Tenth Day

    One Hundred and Second Day 04-08-46 Testimony of Field Marshall Keitel
    Testimony of Dr. Lammers
    One Hundred and Third Day 04-09-46 Testimony of Dr. Lammers Continues
    One Hundred and Fourth Day 04-10-46 Testimony of Dr. Lammers Continues
    Testimony of General Adolf Westhoff
    Tetimony of Max Wielen
    One Hundred and Fifth Day 04-11-46 Testimony of Ernst Kaltenbrunner
    One Hundred and Sixth Day 04-12-46 Testimony of Ernst Kaltenbrunner
    One Hundred and Seventh Day 04-13-46 Testimony of Ernst Kaltenbrunner
    One Hundred and Eighth Day 04-15-46 Testimony of Rudolf Franz Ferdinand Hoess
    Testimony of Hermann Neubacher
    Testimony of Alfred Rosenberg
    One Hundred and Nineth Day 04-16-46 Testimony of Alfred Rosenberg
    One Hundred and Tenth Day 04-17-46 Testimony of Alfred Rosenberg
    Testimony of Hans Joachim Riecke

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 12 :
    One Hundred and Eleventh Day to the One Hundred and Nineteenth Day

    One Hundred and Eleventh Day 04-18-46 Testimony of Hans Frank
    One Hundred and Twelfth Day 04-23-46 Testimony of Joseph Buehler
    One Hundred and Thirteenth Day 04-24-46 Seidel's Defence of Hans Frank
    Pannenbecker's Defence of Frick
    Testimony of Gisevius
    One Hundred and Fourteenth Day 04-25-46 Continuation of Gisevius' Testimony
    One Hundred and Fifteenth Day 04-26-46 Continuation of Gisevius' Testimony
    Testimony of Julius Streicher
    One Hundred and Sixteenth Day 04-29-46 Continuation of Julius Streicher's Testimony
    Testimony of Fritz Herrwerth
    Testimony of Frau Adele Streicher
    One Hundred and Seventeenth Day 04-30-46 Testimony of Fritz Strobel
    Testimony of Ernst Hiemer
    Testimony of Phillipp Wurzbacher
    Testimony of Hjalmar Schacht
    One Hundred and Eighteenth Day 05-01-46 Continuation of the Testimony of Hjalmar Schacht
    One Hundred and Nineteenth Day 05-02-46 Continuation of the Testimony of Hjalmar Schacht

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 13 :
    One Hundred and Twentieth Day to the One Hundred and Twenty Nineth Day

    One Hundred and Twentieth Day 05-03-46 Continuation of the Testimony of Hjalmar Schacht
    Testimony of Walter Funk
    One Hundred and Twenty First Day 05-04-46 Continuation of the Testimony of Walter Funk
    One Hundred and Twenty Second Day 05-06-46 Continuation of the Testimony of Walter Funk
    One Hundred and Twenty Third Day 05-07-46 Continuation of the Testimony of Walter Funk
    One Hundred and Twenty Fourth Day 05-08-46 Arguments over Documents for the Doenitz Case
    Testimony of Karl Doenitz
    One Hundred and Twenty Fifth Day 05-09-46 Continuation of the Testimony of Doenitz
    One Hundred and Twenty Sixth Day 05-10-46 Continuation of the Testimony of Doenitz
    One Hundred and Twenty Seventh Day 05-11-46 Presentation of Documents by Kranzbuehler
    One Hundred and Twenty Eighth Day 05-13-46 Presentation of Documents by Kranzbuehler
    Testimony of Admiral Gerhard Wagner
    One Hundred and Twenty Nineth Day 05-14-46 Continuation of Admiral Wagner's Testimony
    Testimony of Admiral Eberhard Godt
    Testimony of Captain Gunther Hessler
    One Hundred and Thirtieth Day 05-15-46 Testimony of Emil Puhl
    Testimony of Erich Raeder
    Testimony of Albert Thoms
    Addtional Testimony from Emil Puhl
    Continuation of the Testimony of Erich Raeder

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 14 :
    One Hundred and Thirty-First Day to the One Hundred and Fourtieth Day

    One Hundred and Thirty-First Day 05-16-46 Testimony of Erich Raeder
    One Hundred and Thirty-Second Day 05-17-46 Testimony of Erich Raeder
    One Hundred and Thirty-Third Day 05-18-46 Testimony of Erich Raeder
    One Hundred and Thirty-Fourth Day 05-20-46 Testimony of Erich Raeder
    One Hundred and Thirty-Fifth Day 05-21-46 Testimony of Erich Raeder
    Testimony of Karl Severing
    Testimony of Ernst von Weizsaecker
    One Hundred and Thirty-Sixth Day 05-22-46 Testimony of Ernst von Weizsaecker
    Testimony of Schulte-Monting
    One Hundred and Thirty-Seventh Day 05-23-46 Testimony of Baldur von Schirach
    One Hundred and Thirty-Eighth Day 05-24-46 Testimony of Baldur von Schirach
    One Hundred and Thirty-Ninth Day 05-27-46 Testimony of Baldur von Schirach
    Testimony of Hartmann Lauterbacher
    Testimony of Gustav Dietrich Hoepken
    One Hundred and Fourtieth Day 05-28-46 Bormann Documents
    Testimony of Gustav Dietrich Hoepken
    Testimony of Fritz Wieshofer
    Testimony of Ernst Friedrich Christoph Sauckel

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 15 :
    One Hundred and Forty-First Day to the One Hundred and Fifty-First Day

    One Hundred and Forty-First Day 05-29-46 Testimony of Ernst Friedrich Christoph Sauckel
    One Hundred and Forty-Second Day 05-30-46 Testimony of Ernst Friedrich Christoph Sauckel
    One Hundred and Forty-Third Day 05-31-46 Testimony of Ernst Friedrich Christoph Sauckel
    Testimony of Max Timm
    One Hundred and Forty-Fourth Day 06-01-46 Testimony of Max Timm
    Testimony of Hubert Hildebrandt
    Testimony of Walter Stothfang
    One Hundred and Forty-Fifth Day 06-03-46 Testimony of Dr. Wilhelm Jager
    Testimony of Alfred Jodl
    One Hundred and Forty-Sixth Day 06-04-46 Testimony of Alfred Jodl
    One Hundred and Forty-Seventh Day 06-05-46 Testimony of Alfred Jodl
    One Hundred and Forty-Eighth Day 06-06-46 Testimony of Alfred Jodl
    One Hundred and Forty-Nineth Day 06-07-46 Testimony of Alfred Jodl
    Testimony of Horst Freiherr von Buttlar-Brandenfels
    One Hundred and Fiftieth Day 06-08-46 Testimony of Horst Freiherr von Buttlar-Brandenfels
    Testimony of Herbert Buchs
    Testimony of Percy Ernst Schramm
    Testimony of August Winter
    One Hundred and Fifty-First Day 06-10-46 Testimony of Arthur Seyss-Inquart

     

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 16 :
    One Hundred and Fifty-Second Day to the One Hundred and Sixty-Second Day

     One Hundred and Fifty-Second Day

     One Hundred and Fifty-Third Day

     One Hundred and Fifty-Fourth Day

     One Hundred and Fifty-Fifth Day

     One Hundred and Fifty-Sixth Day

     One Hundred and Fifty-Seventh Day

     One Hundred and Fifty-Eighth Day

     One Hundred and Fifty-Ninth Day

     One Hundred and Sixtieth Day

     One Hundred and Sixty-First Day

     One Hundred and Sixty-Second Day

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 17 :
    One Hundred and Sixty-Third Day - One Hundred and Seventy-Third Day

     One Hundred and Sixty-Third Day

     One Hundred and Sixty-Fourth Day

     One Hundred and Sixty-Fifth Day

     One Hundred and Sixty-Sixth Day

     One Hundred and Sixty-Seventh Day

     One Hundred and Sixty-Eighth Day

     One Hundred and Sixty-Ninth Day

     One Hundred and Seventieth Day

     One Hundred and Seventy-First Day

     One Hundred and Seventy-Second Day

     One Hundred and Seventy-Third Day

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 18 :
    One Hundred and Seventy-Fourth Day - One Hundred and Eighty-First Day

     One Hundred and Seventy-Fourth Day

     One Hundred and Seventy-Fifth Day

     One Hundred and Seventy-Sixth Day

     One Hundred and Seventy-Seventh Day

     One Hundred and Seventy-Eighth Day

     One Hundred and Seventy-Ninth Day

     One Hundred and Eightieth Day

     One Hundred and Eighty-First Day

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 19 :
    One Hundred and Eighty-Second Day - One Hundred and Eighty-Ninth Day

     One Hundred and Eighty-Second Day

     One Hundred and Eighty-Third Day

     One Hundred and Eighty-Fourth Day

     One Hundred and Eighty-Fifth Day

     One Hundred and Eighty-Sixth Day

     One Hundred and Eighty-Seventh Day

     One Hundred and Eighty-Eighth Day

     One Hundred and Eighty-Ninth Day

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 20 :
    One Hundred and Ninetieth Day - Two Hundreth Day

     One Hundred and Ninetieth Day

     One Hundred and Ninety-First Day

     One Hundred and Ninety-Second Day

     One Hundred and Ninety-Third Day

     One Hundred and Ninety-Fourth Day

     One Hundred and Ninety-Fifth Day

     One Hundred and Ninety-Sixth Day

     One Hundred and Ninety-Seventh Day

     One Hundred and Ninety-Eighth Day

     One Hundred and Ninety-Ninth Day

     Two Hundreth Day

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 21 :
    Two Hundred and First Day - Two Hundred and Eleventh Day

     Two Hundred and First Day

     Two Hundred and Second Day

     Two Hundred and Third Day

     Two Hundred and Fourth Day

     Two Hundred and Fifth Day

     Two Hundred and Sixth Day

     Two Hundred and Seventh Day

     Two Hundred and Eighth Day

     Two Hundred and Ninth Day

     Two Hundred and Tenth Day

     Two Hundred and Eleventh Day

    Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Volume 22 :
    Two Hundred and Twelfth Day - Two Hundred and Eighteenth Day

     Two Hundred and Twelfth Day

     Two Hundred and Thirteenth Day

     Two Hundred and Fourteenth Day

     Two Hundred and Fifteenth Day

     

    Two Hundred and Sixteenth Day (internt link)

    The defendants final statements

     

    Two Hundred and Seventeenth Day (internt link)

    Judgment of the International Military Tribunal for the Trial of German Major War Criminals: General

    General

    The Charter Provisions

     The Nazi Regime in Germany

     Origin and Aims of the Nazi Party

     The Consolidation of Power

     Measures of Re-Armament

     The Common Plan or Conspiracy and Aggressive War

     Preparation for Aggression

     Planning of Aggression

     Conferences of 23rd November, 1939, and 5th November, 1937

     The Invasion of Austria

     The Siezure of Czechosolovakia

     The Aggression Against Poland

     The Invasion of Denmark and Norway

     The Invasion of Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxemburg

     The Aggression Against Yugoslavakia and Greece

     The Aggressive War Against the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

     War Against the United States

     Violations of International treaties

     General

     The Hague Conventions

     The Versailles Treaty

     Treaties of Mutual Guarantee, Arbitration and Non-Aggression

     The Kellogg-Briand Pact

     The Law of the Charter

     The Law as to the Common Plan or Conspiracy

     War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity

     General

     Murder and Ill-Treatment of Prisoners of War

     Murder and Ill-Treatment of Civilian Population

     Slave Labour Policy

     Persecution of the Jews

     The Law Relating to War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity

     The Accused Organizations

     General

     The Leadership Corps of the Nazi Party

     Gestapo and S.D.

     The SS

     The SA

     The Reich Cabinet

     General Staff and High Command

     

    Two Hundred and Eighteenth Day (internt link)

    Judgment of the International Military Tribunal for the Trial of German Major War Criminals: The Defendants and their sentences

    THE DEFENDANTS

     Goering

     Hess

     Ribbentrop

     Keitel

     Kaltenbrunner

     Rosenberg

     Frank

     Frick

     Streicher

     Funk

     Schacht

     Doenitz

     Raeder

     von Schirach

     Sauckel

     Jodl

     von Papen

     Seyss-Inquart

     Speer

     von Neurath

     Fritzsche

     Bormann

     The Sentences

     Dissenting Opinion of the Soviet Member of the International Military Tribunal

    General

     Schacht

     von Papen

     Fritzsche

     Hess

     Reich Cabinet

     General Staff and OKW