Jackson accuses defense counsel of antisemitism at Nuremberg Trial
(Munich 95) War Crimes Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, April 10, 1946. MLS, Chief US Prosecutor Robert H. Jackson telling the Tribunal that Dr. Alfred Thoma, defense counselor for Rosenberg, had translated sections of documents in an antisemitic character. Jackson charges that the defense is trying to disseminate antisemitic propaganda. Dr. Rudolf Dix, counselor for Schacht, defends before the Tribunal the entire defense staff whom he feels has been accused by Jackson.
Note: Camera did not catch all of Jackson's charge. Jackson holds up the stencils involved in his accusation.
1946 April 10
- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
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