Karl Bodenschatz testifies at Nuremberg Trial for Goering's defense
(Munich 35) War Crimes Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, March 8, 1946. LSs, MLSs, Karl Bodenschatz, former member of the Reich Air Ministry in 1935, is cross-examined by US Chief Prosecutor Robert H. Jackson. The witness speaks of two elderly Jews who had helped Goering when he was wounded in the 1923 putsch attempt in Munich. Jackson in subsequent testimony traps him into admitting that they were arrested simply because they were Jews (20:33-20:34). LSs, prisoners' dock and attorneys seated in front of dock. Pan from dock to Bodenschatz testifying.
1946 March 08
- Accessed at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
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