Collection UT357 - Nuremberg International Military Tribunal

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Nuremberg International Military Tribunal


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The Nuremberg trials were held by the Allies against representatives of the defeated Nazi Germany, for plotting and carrying out invasions of other countries, and other crimes, in World War II. Between 20 November 1945 and 1 October 1946, the International Military Tribunal (IMT) tried 21 of the most important surviving leaders of Nazi Germany in the political, military, and economic spheres, as well as six German organizations. The purpose of the trial was not just to convict the defendants but also to assemble irrefutable evidence of Nazi crimes, offer a history lesson to the defeated Germans, and delegitimize the traditional German elite. For more information see :

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Deposited by Prof. N.C. Dunbar Feb. 1981

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Transcript in English of trials and judgement at the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal, 1946. Presented by N.C.H. Dunbar (1917- ), prosecuting officer. Consists of 12 cases and judgement, also list of cases. (Note: Case 2 missing).

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This material is made available for personal research and study purposes under the University of Tasmania Standard Copyright Licence. For any further use permission should be obtained from the copyright owners. For assistance please contact

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“Courtesy of the UTAS Library Special & Rare Collections”

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