Nuremberg Remembered

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13 minutes
Source: Facing History and Ourselves

The Nuremberg Trials, held from 1945-1949, were a galvanizing moment in history, international law, and human rights. This documentary about the Trials combines both archival footage and modern-day interviews with trial participants who served in a variety of roles, including members of the legal team for the prosecution and a journalist reporting on the events for the press.

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