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Thread poster: Sabela Castro

Sabela Castro  Identity Verified
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May 5, 2005

I'm trying to find a video/audio of the Robert Jackson's Opening Statement before the International Military Tribunal.
Nuremberg, Germany. November 21, 1945.

I would appreciate if anyone could provide me any information or a hint to find it.
Thanks in advance.

Sabela Castro
(Madrid, Spain)


José Luis Villanueva-Senchuk (X)  Identity Verified
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Hola May 5, 2005


You may want to take a look at this:

You also have a DVD which I believe has what you look for. You may find it at the San Diego Univeristy bookstore. Description says you wil find part of newsreel:

"1945/11/29 - Nuremberg War Crimes Trials Open (1) "historic scene" of trials opening, Robert Jackson speaks, judge asks each defendant to plead either guilty or not guilty. (partial newsreel) SOURCE: 200 Universal 18-455 National Archives, College Park MD

Go to the bookstore site and get this:

DVD Universal Newsreels - 1945 pt. 3
Item #40000021846

[Edited at 2005-05-05 00:55]


Sabela Castro  Identity Verified
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Gracias José Luis! May 5, 2005

Thanks indeed José Luis!! That was a great and quick answer!
I'll try and get the DVD.
Sabela Castro.
Madrid (Spain)


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