Doenitz questioned at Nuremberg Trial; Emigrants on Marine Flasher ship
- Event Date
- May 8-10, 1946
- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
20:32:04 (Munich 155) War Crimes Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, May 8-10, 1946. MSs, defendants in prisoners' dock. MSs, attorneys speaking to Adm. Karl Doenitz as MP stands to the right. LS, defendants talking with their lawyers before the session starts. Adm. Doenitz leaves the prisoners' dock and walks to the witness box where he is sworn in and cross examined by British prosecutor Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe. MSs, Maxwell-Fyfe questioning the witness. Pan to Doenitz answering. CU, Capt. Otto Kranzbuehler, Doenitz's attorney, sitting next to another lawyer. LS, defendants in prisoners' dock. Pan to Maxwell-Fyfe questioning Doenitz.
20:38:47 (Munich 156) Departure of Emigrants, Bremerhaven, Germany, May 10, 1946. (silent) NOTE: These are the first postwar emigrants to leave Europe for America aboard the ship Marine Flasher. Emigrants with their baggage on the pier. CU, girl. MSs, Herb Maybaum, US Lines Official, and Col. Charles Johnson, OIC of Emigrants Staging Area, watching loading. LSs, emigrant train arrives at open dock. MSs, emigrants smiling and waving at train windows. MLSs, civilian checking tickets at gangplank. CU, making notations.
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