Goering testifies at Nuremberg Trial
(Munich 48) War Crimes Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, March 13, 1946. Hermann Goering testifies about the organization of the State Police. Goering talks about the creation of the "Geheime Staatspolizei," as opposed to the civil police that was under the jurisdiction of the various German Laender. Shots of defendants, counselors, and judges listening. HAS, courtroom. Dr. Otto Stahmer, Goering's attorney, addresses the Tribunal. MS, Keitel, Rosenberg, and Kaltenbrunner listen to Goering's testimony. HAS, Tribunal. Justices Francis Biddle (US), John J. Parker (US), Henri Donnedieu de Vabre (France), and Robert Falco (France). MS, Biddle and Parker. MS, three Russian prosecutors at table. Chief Prosecutor Robert H. Jackson questioning Goering (not seen by camera). Jackson asks about the preparedness of the German Air Force to launch an attack on England. HAS, prisoners in dock.
1946 March 13
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