Nuremberg Trials Project

The Harvard Law School Library has created a digital collection to make publicly available some of its million + pages on the Nuremberg Trial. The project has cataloged materials relating to three of the thirteen trials and provided digitized documents and a partial trial transcript for the first trial, the Medical Case. It also provides access to 219 photographs taken during the trial. All in all the project digitized only a small fraction of Harvard’s Nuremberg collection before running out of funds (and it is not easy to use) but it is very useful as a fully searchable online archive. Hint: use the sitemap!

Website: http://nuremberg.law.harvard.edu/

Featured image: Nuremberg Trial judges, 1945, photograph by United States Army Signal Corps. From Harvard’s Nuremberg Trial photograph collection.

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