"INTERNATIONAL MILITARY TRIBUNAL NUREMBERG GERMANY 1945-1946" Informational booklet distributed to the public attending the courtroom proceedings during the Nuremberg Trials. The booklet details the indictment charges against each of the 22 Nazi war criminals, including Herman Göring, Martin Bormann the Secretary of the Nazi Party (tried in absentia), Joachim von Ribbentrop, and Rudolf Hess Hitler's deputy, among others. Nuremberg, 1946. Rare.
The opening of the booklet describes the historic moment when representatives of the four powers - the United States, Britain, France and the Soviet Union - for the first time in history stood to administer justice against representatives of the forces of evil, watched over by more than 300 journalists and radio reporters from around the world covering the historic scene. It provides details of each defendant's role in the German SS and the charges against them, including war crimes and crimes against humanity. Additionally, a diagram with key shows the courtroom placements of each defendant, judges, prosecution and defense, and locations of journalists.
13 p. Very good condition.