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Wilhelm Keitel, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, and Alfred Rosenberg in discussion at the Nuremberg Trial, Germany, 1945-1946Courtroom interior, Nuremberg, Germany, early 1946. Note G├Âring, He├č, Ribbentrop, Keitel, Kaltenbrunner, D├Ânitz, and Raeder in the dock at right.G├Âring, He├č, Ribbentrop, and Keitel at the Nuremberg Trials, 7 Feb 1946, photo 1 of 2G├Âring, He├č, Ribbentrop, and Keitel at the Nuremberg Trials, 7 Feb 1946, photo 2 of 2
Wilhelm Keitel, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, and Alfred Rosenberg in discussion at the Nuremberg Trial, Germany, 1945-1946Courtroom interior, Nuremberg, Germany, early 1946. Note G├Âring, He├č, Ribbentrop, Keitel, Kaltenbrunner, D├Ânitz, and Raeder in the dock at right.G├Âring, He├č, Ribbentrop, and Keitel at the Nuremberg Trials, 7 Feb 1946, photo 1 of 2G├Âring, He├č, Ribbentrop, and Keitel at the Nuremberg Trials, 7 Feb 1946, photo 2 of 2
Dr. Klaus Schilling on the gallows at Landsberg, Germany, 28 May 1946. Schilling was convicted at the Dachau war crimes trials for conducting infectious disease experiments on prisoners.Father Lelere, a former prisoner of Flossenb├╝rg Concentration Camp, testifying at the trials of former camp personnel, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 21 Jun 1946; note court interpreter Fred Stecker at rightNuremberg Trials in progress, N├╝rnberg, Germany, 30 Sep 1946Hjalmar Schacht and Franz von Papen during the Nuremberg Trials, Sep-Oct 1946
Dr. Klaus Schilling on the gallows at Landsberg, Germany, 28 May 1946. Schilling was convicted at the Dachau war crimes trials for conducting infectious disease experiments on prisoners.Father Lelere, a former prisoner of Flossenb├╝rg Concentration Camp, testifying at the trials of former camp personnel, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 21 Jun 1946; note court interpreter Fred Stecker at rightNuremberg Trials in progress, N├╝rnberg, Germany, 30 Sep 1946Hjalmar Schacht and Franz von Papen during the Nuremberg Trials, Sep-Oct 1946
Rudolf H├Âss during the Nuremberg Trials, Germany, late 1946The body of Alfred Jodl after being hanged, Nuremberg, Germany, 16 Oct 1946The body of Alfred Rosenberg after his execution, N├╝rnberg, Germany, 16 Oct 1946The body of Joachim von Ribbentrop after his execution, N├╝rnberg, Germany, 16 Oct 1946
Rudolf H├Âss during the Nuremberg Trials, Germany, late 1946The body of Alfred Jodl after being hanged, Nuremberg, Germany, 16 Oct 1946The body of Alfred Rosenberg after his execution, N├╝rnberg, Germany, 16 Oct 1946The body of Joachim von Ribbentrop after his execution, N├╝rnberg, Germany, 16 Oct 1946
The body of Wilhelm Keitel, 16 Oct 1946The remains of Wilhelm Frick after his execution by hanging, Nuremberg, Germany, 16 Oct 1946Portrait of accused war criminal Hans Lammers, 1947German Field Marshal Erhard Milch meeting with his brother and defense counsel Dr. Werner Milch during his war crimes trial, Nuremberg, Germany, early 1947
The body of Wilhelm Keitel, 16 Oct 1946The remains of Wilhelm Frick after his execution by hanging, Nuremberg, Germany, 16 Oct 1946Portrait of accused war criminal Hans Lammers, 1947German Field Marshal Erhard Milch meeting with his brother and defense counsel Dr. Werner Milch during his war crimes trial, Nuremberg, Germany, early 1947
Rudolf H├Âss on trial at the Supreme National Tribunal, Poland, 11-29 Mar 1947Mug shot of Prince Josias, Apr 1947Wilhelm List receiving his indictment during the Hostage Trial, N├╝rnberg, Germany, 12 May 1947; note Maximilian von Weichs next to ListIlse Koch at the US Military Tribunal in Dachau, Germany, 8 Jul 1947
Rudolf H├Âss on trial at the Supreme National Tribunal, Poland, 11-29 Mar 1947Mug shot of Prince Josias, Apr 1947Wilhelm List receiving his indictment during the Hostage Trial, N├╝rnberg, Germany, 12 May 1947; note Maximilian von Weichs next to ListIlse Koch at the US Military Tribunal in Dachau, Germany, 8 Jul 1947

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