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Eichmann Trial -- Sessions 30 and 31 -- Submission of documents

Film | Accession Number: 1999.A.0087 | RG Number: RG-60.2100.043 | Film ID: 2042

Sessions 30 and 31. The Court is not in session. Presiding Judge Moshe Landau opens Session 30, and asks Attorney General Gideon Hausner to present the Prosecution's position on the evidence of Hoettl and Huppenkothen. Hausner explains that the Prosecution does not consider either man to be a war criminal; therefore, both witnesses are allowed to enter Israel without threat of arrest. A blip at 00:05:18. Exhibit T/384 is submitted, and Hausner concludes with his evidence for Poland and the Eastern countries. State Attorney Gabriel Bach will present the witnesses and evidence for the Western and Northern regions. Bach introduces his intent to connect Adolf Eichmann to the destruction of the Jews in Western Europe. After a blip at 00:08:26, Bach submits a series of documents pertaining to Jewish deportations from within Nazi-occupied areas including correspondence to and from Eichmann. The court assesses exhibits T/400 through T/410. Bach continues to submit relevant primary documentation to the Court.

Film Title
Eichmann Trial
Genre
Unedited
Duration
00:36:11
Event Date
1961 May 08
Locale
Jerusalem, Israel
Language
English
German
Hebrew
Genre/Form
Unedited.
Credit
Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of The Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archives of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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