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THE NUREMBERG TRIAL AND
AFTER WORLD WAR 2






































This monumental film documents the first historic Nuremberg trial* and shows how international prosecutors built their case against the top Nazi war criminals using the Nazis' own films and records. The trial established the "Nuremberg Principles," laying the foundation for all subsequent trials for war crimes and crimes against peace and humanity - which continue to unfold in the news today. For complex political reasons, NUREMBERG was never released to U.S. theaters, although it was widely shown throughout Germany in 1948 and 1949 as part of the Allies' de-Nazification campaign. Pare Lorentz's efforts to purchase the film from the U.S. government in order to release it himself were rebuffed in a controversial decision by Truman administration officials that came to light in 1949. A Washington Poststory headlined "Army Reluctant To Clarify Inaction On Nuernberg Film" (Sept 19, 1949), interpreted the Pentagon's opposition as follows: "...there are those in authority in the United States who feel that Americans are so simple that they can hate only one enemy at a time. Forget the Nazis, they advise, and concentrate on the Reds." Opposition to the film's release also arose from Hollywood. The restoration team found a letter from the head of public relations for Universal Pictures, who wrote: "I personally feel that [the picture] certainly has no place at this, or any other time, in general theatre distribution for the entertainment seeking public...The subject matter and the way it is treated is altogether too gruesome to stomach - and I mean that literally." And so, the movie was shelved, and over the years the original picture negative and sound elements were lost or destroyed. In 2003, Stuart Schulberg's children discovered numerous documents about the making of NUREMBERG and the controversy surrounding it in their mother's apartment, along with a print of the film. A year later, daughter Sandra Schulberg began to inventory the documents and invited two Holocaust scholars, Ronny Loewy and Raye Farr, to examine them. It became clear they were extremely important and previously unknown. She began a five-year effort to assemble a team and raise the necessary funds to restore the 78-minute 35mm film. Schulberg's older brother Budd, a senior officer on the same OSS team and also a protégé of John Ford, supervised the compilation of evidentiary footage into two films for the U.S. prosecution team to use. The first film was The Nazi Plan,which consists of the German Reich's own films and photographs of genocide and military aggression. The second film was Nazi Concentration Camps, which used footage shot by Allied forces in the spring of 1945 when they liberated the Nazi concentration camps. Stuart Schulberg's NUREMBERG interweaves the courtroom proceedings with excerpts from these two films to reconstruct the basis for the four counts of the indictment. Sandra Schulberg and Josh Waletzky created a new 35mm negative (made from the best existing print at the German National Film Archive) and re-constructed the soundtrack using original sound from the trial. The Schulberg/Waletzky restoration allows audiences to hear Justice Robert H. Jackson's famous opening and closing statements to the Tribunal, and the testimony of German defendants and their defense attorneys - all in their own voices - as well as bits from the English, Russian and French prosecutors. Now, more than 60 years later, the newly-restored film can be seen and properly heard for the first time. The film ends with Justice Jackson's stirring words: "Let Nuremberg stand as a warning to all who plan and wage aggressive war." -- (C) Film Forum

Rating: NR          Genre: Documentary
Directed By: Stuart Schulberg          Written By: Stuart Schulberg
In Theaters: Sep 29, 2010  Limited          Runtime: 78 minutes          Studio: Film Forum


































ANATOMY OF MALICE: ~
THE ENIGMA OF THE NAZI WAR CRIMINALS

Joel Dimsdale
University of California Television (UCTV) 2016 (54.03)
 In his new book, Anatomy of Malice: The Enigma of the Nazi War Criminals, author Joel Dimsdale draws on decades of experience as a psychiatrist and the dramatic advances within psychiatry, psychology and neuroscience since the Nuremberg Trials to take a fresh look at four Nazi war criminals: Robert Ley, Hermann Goring, Julius Streicher and Rudolf Hess. Dimsdale, is an emeritus professor of psychiatry
at UC San Diego

NAZI LEADERS ON TRIAL -
NUREMBERG 1945_HISTORICAL DOCUMENTARY_
WW2 FOOTAGES OF WAR CRIMES
The Best Film Archives 2013 (1.14.57)
US Army 1950 documentary film on the Nuremberg Trials.

This film was made as a historical document to record permanently and accurately the trial of the Nazi defendants at Nuremberg. It consists of footage from German films documenting Nazi personalities and activities interwoven with film shot during the trials - including testimony and statements from defendants, prosecuting attorneys, judges, and witnesses. It follows the story of the rise and fall of Nazism from the putsch in a Munich beer hall to the Nuremberg trials, and contains flashbacks of a variety of Nazi crimes against humanity.


MOVIE  -  NUREMBERG (2000)
Jason Salazar 2016 (3.00.26)
Justice Robert H. Jackson leads Allied prosecutors
in trying 21 Germans for Nazi war crimes after World War II.
Rotten Tomatoes

Commissioned by Pare Lorentz, head of Film, Theatre & Music at the U.S. War Department's Civil Affairs Division, NUREMBERG was written and directed by Stuart Schulberg, a veteran of John Ford's Office of Strategic Services (OSS) Field Photographic Branch/War Crimes Unitthat was charged in 1945 with locating Nazi film evidence to be shown in the courtroom at Nuremberg.

THE NUREMBERG TRIALS:
ATROCITIES AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
MentorPublicLib  2018 (1.28.43)
For International Holocaust Remembrance Day,
Dr. John Foster discusses the Nuremberg Trials --
why they occurred, who was involved, and why they still matter.

JUSTICE AFTER NUREMBERG
UMKC 2015 (1.07.04)
Dr. Mark Hull presented Justice After Nuremberg, a retrospective on the Nuremberg Military Tribunals following World War II. He focuses on the subsequent Nuremberg Military Tribunals and the twelve cases following the International Military Tribunal; proceedings against defendants with a common criminal thread – high commanders, judges, industrialists, doctors, and others. His talk highlights the Einsatzgruppen case (1947) which was then and remains still the largest murder trial in history, with twenty-four defendants and over a million victims. The importance of the trial extends beyond conviction and punishment, and it is as relevant today as it was seventy years ago. Program presented in partnership with the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Truman Center at UMKC, Truman Presidential Library, and the Midwest Center for Holocaust Education.

NUREMBERG DOCUMENTARY ON THE
WAR CRIMES TRIALS AT NUREMBERG
Lamar Carter  2015 (45.15)

GERMANY AFTER THE WAR, 1945-49
Dr Alan Brown  2016  (1.25.56)

This powerful documentary from 2005 explores the condition of Germany when the fighting stopped in 1945 and the subsequent four years of occupation and reconstruction.  Views are taken from all sides, but German voices are given predominance.  With some remarkable footage and moving testimony, this film is an important addition to the history of post-war Europe.  Uploaded for educational purposes only.  Comments are welcome but restricted.  Any aggressive assertions or use of inappropriate language will be immediately deleted.