Final argument for the United States of America on the indicted organizations
Consists of a copy of the "Final argument for the United States of America on the indicted organizations." The transcript contains information on the Reich Cabinet; the political leadership of the SS, the Gestapo, and the SA; and their criminal activities during World War II. Final argument given by Thomas J. Todd. Also includes speech by Henry S. Ott.
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Contains copies of materials related to the Nuremberg trials. These materials may be unified into a single collection in the future.
Consists of copies of transcripts of the interrogations of Christa Schroeder and Johanna Wolf, two secretaries of Adolf Hitler. The interrogations contain information about the relationship between the secretaries and Hitler; Hitler's bunker in Berlin; their experiences in the bunker during the last days of World War II; and the suicides of Hitler, Goebbels, and Eva Braun.
Consists of a copy of "An Approach to the Prosecution Against Axis Criminality" written by Telford Taylor circa July 1945. The memo contains Taylor's description of the basic parts of a war crimes case; the expected accomplishments of the Office of the U.S. Chief of Counsel for War Crimes; an explanation of the "illegal launching" of agressive war acts; and descriptions of the various types of evidence to be sought during investigation.