Case of Julius Streicher presented at Nuremberg Trial
(Paris 490) War Crimes Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, January 10, 1946. Rear views, Col. Griffith-Jones of the British prosecution presenting the case against Julius Streicher. He reads articles and describes pictures in "Der Stuermer" about alleged atrocities committed by Jews. MLS, defense counsel for Streicher, Dr. Hans Marx, asks the Tribunal questions about the book offered as evidence. 06:37:35 Photographer visible behind the judges. The British prosecutor steps in and explains. Defense counsel returns to his place and the British prosecutor continues. MS, prisoners' dock showing Streicher listening attentively and Hans Frank taking notes. 06:40:37 Narration includes: "Jews slaughtered in 1 night 75,000 people."
1946 January 10
- Accessed at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
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