From November 14th 1945 to October 1st 1946, many of the major civilian and military leaders of Nazi Germany stood on trial in what was formally known as the Trial of the Major War Criminals before the International Military Tribunal. This trial took place in the town of Nuremberg, and the proceedings of those trials can be found on this website. These 42-volumes were digitized by the Library of Congress as part of their Military Legal Resources initiative, and visitors to the site can browse through any of these volumes at their leisure. While many of these volumes are in English, they also include transcripts in French and German. For students of international law or world history, this site and its contents will prove invaluable.


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