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US Chief Prosecuter Robert H. Jackson, pictured at the time of the International Military Tribunal (1945–1946). In 1941, Jackson had been appointed to the US Supreme Court. Justice Jackson took a leave of absence from the court in 1945 to serve as chief US war crimes prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials of former German leaders. He returned to the Supreme Court in 1946.
US Chief Prosecutor Robert H. Jackson delivers the opening speech of the American prosecution at the International Military Tribunal. Nuremberg, Germany. November 21, 1945.
The Soviet prosecution team at the International Military Tribunal. Each of the four Allied countries—the United States, Great Britain, France, and the Soviet Union—was represented by a judge and a team of prosecuting attorneys.
The chief Soviet prosecutor, General R.A. Rudenko.
The French prosecution table at the International Military Tribunal trial of war criminals at Nuremberg.
In the International Military Tribunal courtroom, executive trial counsel Colonel Robert G. Storey presents evidence of Nazi intentions to launch an aggressive war.
Lieutenant Commander Harris, American prosecutor at the commission hearings investigating indicted Nazi organizations. Nuremberg, Germany, July 1946.
Portrait of Lieutenant Colonel Mervyn Griffith-Jones, British prosecutor at the IMT Nuremberg commission hearings investigating indicted Nazi organizations.
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