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US Army staffers organizing stacks of German documents collected by war crimes investigators as evidence for the International Military Tribunal.
View of the mimeograph room in the Palace of Justice at Nuremberg after the transcripts on the sentencing of the defendants in the High Command Case had been run off. The reproduction of documents during the Nuremberg trials, often in four languages, was a huge logistical challenge. Nuremberg, Germany, 1948. (Source record ID: A65III/RA-121-D)
Members of Kibbutz Nili (a Zionist agricultural collective) study a map of Palestine. Above them hangs a wall plaque memorializing the six million Jews killed during the Holocaust. On the other wall is a photograph of the Labor Zionist leader, Berl Katznelson. Pleikershof, Germany, 1945-1948.
Photographs, artifacts, and a map presented as evidence at the International Military Tribunal. Nuremberg, Germany, between November 20, 1945, and October 1, 1946.
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