Picture: the archives of the International Military Tribunal on their way to the International Court of Justice, arriving at the Peace Palace, 14 March 1950.

The Nuremberg Trials were a series of military tribunals, held by the Allied forces after World War II, against the principal perpetrators of the Hitler regime. Individual Nazi war criminals were held responsible and indicted for war crimes and crimes against humanity. We have created a Library Special in order to provide you easy access to our Nuremberg Trials collection. The Library's classification index code 242. War crimes, 250b. Crimes against international law and subject heading (keyword) Nuremberg Trials are instrumental for searching through the catalogue. More relevant keywords: Germany, History, Holocaust, International crimes, International criminal justice, International criminal law, National socialism, War crimes, War criminals, World War II. We have presented New titles on this subject together with information concerning the Archives of the International Military Tribunal, which were entrusted to the International Court of Justice, by a decision of the Tribunal of 1 October 1946.

‘70 Years Nuremberg’, Lecture and Film Screening, 14 and 26 November

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