Nuremberg
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In the fall of 1945, the first in a series of military tribunals took place in the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg, Germany; the purpose of the investigation was to try members of the Third Reich for war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by Axis forces during World War II, and to document what had happened under their watch. The trials were filmed for posterity, and filmmakers Stuart Schulberg and Budd Schulberg were commissioned by American intelligence to make a film that would offer a concise but accurate summary of what had been revealed during the Nuremberg Trials. Incorporating… More
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"[A] fair-minded, devastating and unforgettable documentary, completed in 1948, but for political reasons only shown in Germany."
‑ Philip French, Observer [UK]
"Meeting the demands of justice whilst filtering out the thirst for vengeance is no easy matter; here, the distinction is a matter of primacy."
‑ Rhik Samadder, Guardian
"Though its subject is specifically about the Nazis, this also says a lot about politics, law and the nature of pity."
‑ David Jenkins, Little White Lies
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