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Nuremberg War Crimes Trials Records, 1945-1949
"After the war, the top surviving German leaders were tried for Nazi Germany’s crimes, including the crimes of the Holocaust. Their trial was held before an International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg, Germany. Judges from the Allied powers—Great Britain, France, the Soviet Union, and the United States—presided over the hearing of 22 major Nazi criminals. Subsequently, the United States held 12 additional trials in Nuremberg of high-level officials of the German government, military, and SS as well as medical professionals and leading industrialists. The crimes charged before the Nuremberg courts were crimes against peace, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and conspiracy to commit any of the foregoing crimes."
Source: United States Holocaust Museum, https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/the-nuremberg-trials
Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression. 8 volumes. D 804.G42 A4 (CFL Floor 4 Book Stacks)
---A collection of documents and guide materials prepared by the American and British prosecuting staffs for the International Military Tribunal (IMT). These volumes may be thought of as the equivalent of a Grand Jury indictment of the top Nazi leadership.
Trial of the Major War Criminals before the International Military Tribunal. 42 volumes. D804.G42 I55 (CFL Floor 4 Book Stacks)
---Complete proceedings of the IMT, as well as documents entered into evidence.
Trials of War Criminals before the Nuernberg Military Tribunals Under Control Council Law no. 10, Nuernberg, October 1946-April 1949. 15 volumes. D804.G42 G373 (CFL Floor 4 Book Stacks)
---A printed extract of portions of the twelve trials conducted by the twelve American Military Tribunal (AMT).
The Nuremberg War Crimes Trials Records has been divided into four series as follows:
Series 1: International Military Tribunal (IMT) Proceedings
Series 2: American Military Tribunal (AMT) Proceedings
Series 3: Evidentiary Documents
Series 4: American Military Tribunal, Case 6