Testimony of Hoess, Gisevius, Buhler at Nuremberg Trial; good shots of dock
(Munich 120) War Crimes Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, April 25, 1946. HAS, Tribunal at bench (good cutaway). Col. John Amen of the US prosecution cross examining Rudolf Hoess (Hoess is not seen). 18:22:20 French speaker at the podium, choppy bits, recess. 18:22:50 Defense counselor Dr. Rudolf Dix, counselor for Schacht, questions Hans Bernhardt von Gisevius (Gisevius is not seen) in German. 18:23:45 MS, Hermann Goering with hand covering his eyes as if sleeping. Hess fiddles with earphones. Audience in courtroom. Dr. Alfred Seidl, counselor for Hess and Frick at lectern. 18:25 Dr. Joseph Buhler is heard testifying (Buhler is not seen), mentions "Judenfragen." 18:26:05 Many flashes, WS of audience. 18:27:08 MS, Goering making notes on pad. 18:27:44 CU, MS, Frick listening to testimony. MLS, Rosenberg, Frank, Frick, and Streicher in dock. Defendants are listening very intently to the testimony and reacting. Numerous mentions of Jews.
1946 April 25
- Accessed at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
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