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Verdicts delivered on Speer, von Neurath, Fritzsche, Raeder, Rosenberg at Nuremberg IMT

Film | Accession Number: 2002.541.1 | RG Number: RG-60.3619 | Film ID: 2529

Verdicts rendered on Nazi Leaders at Nuremberg IMT, Nuremberg, Germany, 30 September 1946. Russian Justice, Justice Francis Biddle, and Justice Geoffrey Lawrence stating conclusions of the tribunal on Constantin von Neurath and Albert Speer. Speer: Guilty under counts 3, 4 (only the beginning and end of his verdict are audible). Von Neurath (in French) (sound cut off). Fritzsche: Not guilty under the indictments, because he was subordinate to Goebbels and Dietrich. LS, courtroom as Justice Lawrence states that any appeal of the defendants to the Control Council for clemency must be lodged with the General Secretary of the Tribunal. Shots of Hans Fritzsche and Franz von Papen speaking to fellow defendants after adjournment. Defendants filing out of dock. MS, English and Russian translators in interpreters' section speaking. French Justices Henri de Vabres and Robert Falco reading the judgment. Pan of courtroom as Justice Falco reads the Tribunal's conclusion on the cases of Erich Raeder and Alfred Rosenberg. MS, side view, Justice Biddle speaking of crimes committed against mankind and quoting from Kellogg-Briand Pact.

Event:  1946 September 30
Nuremberg, Germany
Accessed at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
Record last modified: 2021-06-03 12:43:04
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