Brauchitsch testifies at Nuremberg Trial
- Event Date
- 1946 March 12
- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
(Munich 40) War Crimes Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, March 13, 1946. LSs, MSs, Bernd von Brauchitsch, speaks of April 23 (1945) arrest, separation from Reichsmarshall Goering. Bernd von Brauchitsch, son of Field Marshall Walter von Brauchistch, under cross examination by Chief US Prosecutor Robert H. Jackson, is asked the relationship between the Wehrmacht and the SS. 06:14 Medium close of Bernd von Brauchitsch in witness stand. MLSs, some defense counselors seated in front of the prisoners' dock. Q&A regarding Field Marshall von Brauchitsch's differences with Hitler. MSs, member of the British prosecution whispering to Chief British Prosecutor Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe. Von Brauchitsch is interrogated by defense attorneys.
06:21:17 Close shot of Bernd von Brauchitsch. He rises and leaves the dock.
06:21:36 MSs, Paul Koerner is sworn in.
Date is March 12, 1946, according to published proceedings of IMT, Nuremberg, Vol.IX.
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