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War Crimes Trials: Justice Case & Pohl Case; Editors in Vienna

Film | Accession Number: 1994.119.1 | RG Number: RG-60.2307 | Film ID: 883

10:19:09 (Munich 496) War Crimes Trials - Subsequent Trial Proceedings, Case 3 (Justice Case), Nuremberg, Germany, January 14, 1947. CUs, defendants: Barnickel, Engert, Lautz, Nebelimg, Schlegelberger, von Ammon, Cuhorst, Joel, Klemm, Mettgenberg, Oeschey, Petersen, Rothaug, Rothenberg, Altstoetter. Note: No coverage of the Pole Dr. Stenislas Pietrowski.

(Munich 501) War Crimes Trials - Subsequent Trial Proceedings, Case 4 (Pohl Case), Nuremberg, Germany, February 4, 1947. CUs defendants: Oswald Pohl; August Frank; Georg Loerner; Heinz Karl Franzlau; Hans Loerner; Josef Vogt; Rudolph Scheide; Max Kiefer; Franz Eirenschmalz; Karl Sommer; Herman Pook; Hans Baier; Hans Hohberg; Leo Volk; Erwin Tschentscher; Karl Mummenthey; Hans Bobermin; Horst Klein.

10:23:30 (Munich 502) Editor's Arrival, Vienna, Austria, January 21, 1947. Editors arrive at Vienna headquarters and meet Brig Gen Ralph Tate. Shots of the various newspaper and radio men speaking to Honor Guard of the 6th Inf, 1st Div. Visitors appearing in coverage: Virginius Dabney - editor, Richmond Time Dispatch; John H Martin - foreign editor, International News Service; Gene Gillet - news editor, United Press Service for morning papers; Elen F Tempkins - chief editorial writer, New York Journal American and Hearst newspapers; Frazier Hunt - news commentator, Mutual Broadcasting system; Dwight Young - editor, Dayton Journal Herald (also secretary of American Society of Newspaper Editors); Victor O Jones - night managing editor, The Boston Globe; Coleman Harwell - executive director, Nashville, TN; Erik Oberg - editor, Industrial Press Publications. LS, USFA headquarters, visitors talking to members of Honor Guard in FG.

Event:  1947 January
Production:  1947
Nuremberg, Germany
Vienna, Austria
Accessed at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
Record last modified: 2021-06-03 12:48:31
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