SOURCE: The Washington Post
November 13, 2019
by Michael E. Ruane
Newly digitized copies of audio, film and pictures from the Nuremberg trials detail the breadth and depravity of the Holocaust.
SOURCE: CBS News
Ben Ferencz was 29 when he led the prosecution of the Nazis behind Einsatzgruppen – anti-Semitic death squads which murdered more than a million people by shooting them.
SOURCE: The Boston Globe
by Jack Curtis
The lessons of Nuremberg had profound ripple effects in how the world confronts the savagery of both war and genocide.
by Diana West
The fascinating and unfamiliar story of the disclosure of the Soviet pact with Hitler.
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