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Web Links for Nuremberg Tribunal

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Name: A Look Back At Nuremberg
Description: Documentation by Court TV on the Trial of the Major War Criminals held before the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg, November 1945 to October 1946. This website includes full-text excerpts from the trial, an interview with an American prosecutor, a list of defendants and their sentences, and the text of international human rights legislation that has resulted from the trial.
Contact: http://courttv-web1.courttv.com/contact/index.html
Name: Avalon Project: The Nuremberg War Crimes Trials
Description: Yale Law School's Avalon Project has posted in this web site some cases tried under the Control Council Law #10. Among them one can find U.S. v. Pohl. The case file includes indictment, proceedings, evidence and other.
Name: Avalon Project: The Nuremberg War Crimes Trials
Description: Yale Law School's Avalon Project gathered all key documents related to the Nuremberg Tribunal proceedings; these documents are conveniently posted in this website. Among the documents one can find: motions, orders, cases, testimony of the witnesses, rules of procedure and many other directly related documentation.
Name: Benjamin Ferencz Homepage
Description: Personal Web site of Benjamin Ferencz, the chief prosecutor for the United States at the so-called Einsatzgruppen Trial, The United States of America v. Otto Ohlendorf, et al., conducted by the Nuremberg Military Tribunals from July 1947 to April 1948. The site includes his biography, links to transcripts of the Einsatzgruppen Trial, information about his personal archives, and a bibliography of his published works.
Contact: daniel@benferencz.org
Name: Control Council Law #10
Description: This website contains the Text on the Control Council Law #10. On the Side Menu one can access more information about the Jewish Holocaust and World War II Resources.
Name: Higher Superior Court of Nuremberg
Description: This website includes the Nuremberg Trial transcripts. It is available in English and German.
Name: Jewish Library: Nuremberg Trial
Description: This website contains a full defendant index with small biographies of each. One can also find a number of testimony transcripts as well as the trial photos and pictures. The site is produced by Jewish Virtual Library.
Name: Justiz und NS-Verbrechen
Description: A searchable online index to the book series, Justiz und NS-Verbrechen: Die deutschen Strafverfahren wegen nationalsozialistischer Tötungsverbrechen, 1945-1999 (Nazi Crimes on Trial: German Trials Concerning Nazi Capital Crimes, 1945-1999). Allows searches by defendant's name or outfit, method of the crime, victim's nationality, and other criteria. Documents more than 900 Nazi trial cases conducted in West and East Germany since 1945. The site is produced by the Institute of Criminal Law of the University of Amsterdam. [German and English].
Contact: junsv@jur.uva.nl
Name: Le Proces Barbie
Description: This is a companion site to a French television documentary series on the 1987 trial of Klaus Barbie, the former chief of the Gestapo in Lyon, France. It has a chronology and summary of the trial and a list of witnesses and other involved parties. Also provides links to related resources and a chronology of World War II. Produced by the histoire television program. [French].
Contact: webmaster@histoire.fr
Name: Nazi War Criminal Records Interagency Working Group
Description: Web page by the National Archives and Records Administration on the Interagency Working Group (IWG) established by President Clinton to review and declassify Nazi war criminal records and make them available to the public. The site contains finding aids, an inventory of declassified records, announcements, a bibliography, and links to related Web sites about war crimes and war criminals.
Contact: http://www.archives.gov/global_pages/inquire_form.html
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