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
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