Goering concludes testimony at Nuremberg Trial
(Munich 47) War Crimes Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, March 14, 1946. Hermann Goering continues talking about how he saw himself, and his role in the system. This is a very elaborate and long statement about his convictions, which began in Story 2947. 01:40:42 On concluding this part of the testimony, Goering rises and the rest of the court does the same. Goering under guard walks to the prisoners' dock and talks to Keitel and several others. Prisoners conversing and leaving the courtroom. (silent:) Goering leaving prisoners' dock and taking the stand. Defense counselor talking to Goering.
1946 March 14
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