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The War Crimes Trials at Nuremberg

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1943

October

Statement, Punishment and Prevention of War Crimes, Resolution of the Executive Committee of the League of Nations Union
       October 10, 1943    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

November

Official Warning, Allies to Germans in Greece Against Deportation of Jews from the Country
       November 16, 1943    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Statement, Punishment of War Criminals, Czechoslovakian Government, Official News Agency
       November 28, 1943    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

December

Statement, Special British Broadcasting Company Broadcast on Crimes Against Jews
       December 5, 1943    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

1944

May

Press Release, JTA, Warning from Czechoslovakian Government to Hungary
       May 1, 1944    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Statement by Czechoslovakian Government, Czechoslovakian Press Bureau
       May 9, 1944    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Statement, Official News Agency, Warning by Czechoslovakian Government in London to Hungarian Authorities
       May 21, 1944    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

July

Statement, Franklin D. Roosevelt to Stephen S. Wise, on the occasion of Mass Demonstration in Madison Square Park
       July 31, 1944    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

August

Press Release, Independene Jewish Press Service, Statement of Pope Pius XII to Winston Churchill
       August 29, 1944    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

September

Draft Convention for the Establishment of a United Nations War Crimes Court
       September 30, 1944    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

October

Aide Memoire regarding United Nations War Crimes Court
       October 30, 1944    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

November

Draft memorandum from Cordell Hull, Henry Stimson, and James Forrestal to Franklin D. Roosevelt
       ca. November, 1944    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Keith Kane to John McCloy
       ca. November, 1944    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from the United Nations War Crimes Commission, "Report Made by Dr. Ecer on Professor Trainin's Book"
       November 11, 1944    View (9 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Green H. Hackworth to John McCloy
       November 16, 1944    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Myron C. Cramer to John McCloy
       November 22, 1944    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from R. A. Cutter to Murray C. Bernays, accompanied by a copy of a memorandum from Myron Cramer to John McCloy
       November 22, 1944    View (6 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Cordell Hull and Henry Stimson to Franklin D. Roosevelt
       November 27, 1944    View (11 pages)    |    (PDF)

December

Letter from John McCloy to Harry Hopkins, accompanied by a copy of a letter from John McCloy to Francis Biddle
       December 4, 1944    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Green H. Hackworth to Samuel Rosenman, accompanied by related correspondence
       December 15, 1944    View (8 pages)    |    (PDF)

1945

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Those Responsible, Army Level, Part III"
       ca. 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Statement by the World Jewish Congress, "Punishment of War Criminals"
       ca. 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Trial Charges, Charge Seven: Forced Labor"
       ca. 1945    View (34 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Those Responsible, Government Level, Part III"
       ca. 1945    View (17 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy Against the Jews, Part One: Preconceived Plan to Annihilate the Jewish People"
       ca. 1945    View (16 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Trial Charges, Charge Six: Deportation"
       ca. 1945    View (46 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Those Responsible, Party Level, Part III"
       ca. 1945    View (16 pages)    |    (PDF)

Document of Accusation, Polish War Crimes Commission, with the Allied War Crimes Commission
       ca. 1945    View (33 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-2586 (J), "Memorandum, from Luther, Under Secretary of State, Berlin, August 21, 1942"
       ca. 1945    View (13 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Responsibility, Introductory Note, Part III"
       ca. 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Trial Charges, Charge Five: Starvation"
       ca. 1945    View (14 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Charge Eight: Mass Annihilation, Part II"
       ca. 1945    View (19 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report by Nehemiah Robinson, "Ex-Post-Facto Principle of Fair Trial"
       ca. 1945    View (8 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-2586 (H), "Record, Conference on the Final Solution of the Jewish Problem, Berlin, March 6, 1942"
       ca. 1945    View (10 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-2586 (G), "Memorandum of Conference on the Final Solution of the Jewish Problem, Berlin, January 20, 1942"
       ca. 1945    View (15 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-4669, "Memorandum from Roediger, Berlin, December 31, 1941"
       ca. 1945    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Charge Six: Deportation, Part II"
       ca. 1945    View (12 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Trial Charges, Charge Four: Ghettoization"
       ca. 1945    View (23 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of the Document No. NG-2586 (F), "Memorandum from Luther, Under Secretary of State, to Reinhard Heydrich, Berlin, December 8, 1941"
       ca. 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Charge Five: Starvation, Part II"
       ca. 1945    View (8 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. 2586 (E), "Letter from Hermann Goering to Reinhard Heydrich, Berlin, July 31, 1941"
       ca. 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Charge Three: Economic Destruction, Part II"
       ca. 1945    View (33 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Trial Charges, Charge Three: Economic Destruction"
       ca. 1945    View (15 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Charge Two: Disfranchisement and Stigmatization, Part II"
       ca. 1945    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "The Legal Problems of the Crimes Against Humanity with Special Consideration of the Anti-Jewish Crimes", World Jewish Congress
       ca. 1945    View (19 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Trial Charges, Charge Two: Disfranchisement and Stigmatization"
       ca. 1945    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-2586 (B), "The Jewish Question in the Peace Treaty, Berlin, July 3, 1940"
       ca. 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Charge One: Persecution of the Jewish Religion and Culture (Campaign Against Judaism), Part II"
       ca. 1945    View (16 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "The Ex-Post-Facto Problem"
       ca. 1945    View (14 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Trial Charges, Charge One: Persecution of the Jewish Religion and Spiritual Life:
       ca. 1945    View (22 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum, Biographical information on Ernst Kaltenbrunner
       ca. 1945    View (10 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Charge Nine: Organized Violence, Part II"
       ca. 1945    View (18 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document, "Conference Record, The Final Solution of the Jewish Problem, Berlin, January 20, 1942"
       ca. 1945    View (8 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Trial Charges, Introduction"
       ca. 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Agreement for the Establishment of an International Military Tribunal
       ca. 1945    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Successive Stages of the Crimes Committed Against the Jewish People, Introductory Note, Part II"
       ca. 1945    View (8 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy Against the Jews, Part Two: Successive Stages of the Crimes Committed Against the Jewish People"
       ca. 1945    View (6 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report Draft, "The Ex-Post-Facto Problem", World Jewish Congress
       ca. 1945    View (14 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy Against the Jews, Introduction"
       ca. 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "The Plea of 'Ex-Post-Facto' Before the International Military Tribunal"
       ca. 1945    View (12 pages)    |    (PDF)

Tentative Outline, Memorandum on War Crimes against the Jews, World Jewish Congress
       ca. 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Trial Charges, Charge Nine: Organized Violence"
       ca. 1945    View (18 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Responsibility of German Leaders and Agencies in the Occupied Countries, Part III"
       ca. 1945    View (25 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report Outline, "Legal Problems of the Crimes Against Humanity"
       ca. 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Trial Charges, Charge Eight: Mass Annihilation"
       ca. 1945    View (65 pages)    |    (PDF)

Preliminary List of War Criminals, World Jewish Council
       ca. 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

January

Memorandum from Murray C. Bernays and D.W. Brown
       January 4, 1945    View (6 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Green H. Hackworth to Samuel Rosenman, accompanied by related materials
       January 17, 1945    View (13 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Henry Morgenthau to Samuel Rosenman, accompanied by related memoranda
       January 19, 1945    View (13 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum for Saumel Rosenman, accompanied by a draft memorandum regarding punishment of war criminals
       January 20, 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Joseph E. Davies to Samuel Rosenman
       January 22, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Samuel Rosenman to Grace Tully accompanied by a memorandum from Samuel Rosenman to Franklin D. Roosevelt
       January 22, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum for Record by Murray C. Bernays, accompanied by related correspondence
       January 23, 1945    View (6 pages)    |    (PDF)

February

Press Release, JTA, Statement by Brigadier General William A. O'Dwyer, Director of the Refugee Board, to Press Conference
       February 1, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from J. Howard McGrath to Theron L. Caudle
       February 7, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

March

Draft Memorandum for Franklin D. Roosevelt
       ca. March, 1945    View (13 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from James Clement Dunn to John McCloy, accompanied by related correspondence
       March 9, 1945    View (8 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum entitled "Punishment of War Criminals"
       March 26, 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

April

Paraphrase of telegram from Henry Stimson to John McCloy, John Weir, and R.A. Cutter
       ca. April, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum entitled "Program of Discussion with Judge Rosenman"
       April 2, 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft Agreement on the Punishment of War Criminals
       April 3, 1945    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

Copy of a letter from Sir John Simon to Samuel Rosenman, accompanied by related materials
       April 7, 1945    View (9 pages)    |    (PDF)

Telegram from CG United Kingdom Base Section London England to War Department, accompanied by a memorandum to John Weir
       April 12, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Telegram from CG United Kingdom Base Section London England to War Department
       April 13, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Telegram from John McCloy to UK Commanding General
       April 13, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Draft of statement from James Byrnes to Soviet Ambassador
       April 13, 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from John Weir and R.A. Cutter to Samuel Rosenman
       April 14, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Davidson Sommers to Samuel Rosenman
       April 17, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Davidson Sommers to John Weir and R.A. Cutter
       April 17, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Telegram from the United Kingdom Base Section to the War Department
       April 17, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Telegram from John Weir to Davidson Sommers
       April 18, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Samuel Rosenman to Harry S. Truman, accompanied by related materials
       April 19, 1945    View (21 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Samuel Rosenman to Harry S. Truman
       April 19, 1945    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from R.A. Cutter to Samuel Rosenman. accompanied by a letter and memorandum from Herbert Weschler to R. A. Cutter
       April 22, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from John McCloy to Samuel Rosenman, accompanied by a draft memorandum on war crimes trials
       April 23, 1945    View (15 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum of Proposals for the Prosecution and Punishment of Certain War Criminals and Other Offenders
       April 25, 1945    View (19 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from R.A. Cutter to Samuel Rosenman
       April 27, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum entitled "Punishment of War Criminals"
       April 28, 1945    View (11 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Robert Jackson to Harry S. Truman
       April 29, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Robert H. Jackson to Harry S. Truman
       April 29, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from the White House to Colonel Davenport
       April 30, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum of Proposals for the Prosecution and Punishment of Certain War Criminals and Other Offenders
       April 30, 1945    View (19 pages)    |    (PDF)

May

Memorandum, Report and Evaluation of Legal Events by P. Weis
       ca. May, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft Memorandum, Executive Agreement on War Crimes
       ca. May, 1945    View (13 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum entitled "The War Crimes Trials (The Appointment of Justice Robert H. Jackson)"
       ca. May, 1945    View (18 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Samuel Rosenman to Harry S. Truman
       May 2, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Press Release of statement by Harry S. Truman and executive order of Harry S. Truman
       May 2, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Press Release of Executive Order #9547, accompanied by related materials
       May 2, 1945    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

Telegram from Samuel Rosenman to Harry S. Truman
       May 3, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Executive Agreement Relating to the Prosecution of European Axis War Criminals
       May 8, 1945    View (12 pages)    |    (PDF)

Telegrams between Lucius Clay and John McCloy
       May 9, 1945    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Samuel Rosenman to Green H. Hackworth, accompanied by related materials
       May 9, 1945    View (8 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report of Interrogation of Konteradmiral Godt
       May 14, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Samuel Rosenman to Anthony Eden, accompanied by memorandum from Green Hackworth to Sir William Malkin
       May 14, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Samuel Rosenman to Joseph C. Grew, accompanied by related correspondence
       May 15, 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum of Conversation with Samuel Rosenman accompanied by a press release from the Yalta Conference
       May 16, 1945    View (8 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Vera Gallop to Samuel Rosenman, accompanied by a translation of a letter from Jules Basdevant.
       May 18, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Samuel Rosenman to Scott W. Lucas, accompanied by a copy of a press release
       May 24, 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Correspondence between Harry S. Truman and Evangeline Booth, accompanied by an internal note
       May 25, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Samuel Rosenman to Harry S. Truman, accompanied by copies of a telegram from Green Hackworth to Joseph Grew
       May 25, 1945    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

June

Memorandum regarding war criminals
       ca. June, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Dr. Irving Dwork to Dr. Jacoby and Dr. Sinder
       ca. June, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Statistics on Jewish Casualties During Axis Domination", Institute of Jewish Affairs, World Jewish Congress
       ca. June, 1945    View (16 pages)    |    (PDF)

Paraphrase of telegram from Jefferson Caffery to James Byrnes, accompanied by related correspondence
       June 1, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

List, "Anti-Jewish Utterances of Nazi Leaders", Institute of Jewish Affairs, World Jewish Congress
       June 1, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

List, "Anti-Jewish Decrees, Hitler"s Speeches", Institute of Jewish Affairs, World Jewish Congress
       June 4, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Outline, Project Report, Principle Nazi Organizations Involved in War Crimes, Office of Strategic Services
       June 5, 1945    View (22 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Robert Jackson to Harry S. Truman
       June 6, 1945    View (22 pages)    |    (PDF)

List, "Anti-Jewish Decrees, War Criminals and Biographies", Institute of Jewish Affairs, World Jewish Congress
       June 6, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

List, "Anti-Jewish Decrees", Institute of Jewish Affairs, World Jewish Congress
       June 6, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Press Release copy of letter from Robert H. Jackson to Harry S. Truman
       June 7, 1945    View (8 pages)    |    (PDF)

List, "Anti-Jewish Decrees", Institute of Jewish Affairs, World Jewish Congress
       June 7, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

List, "Anti-Jewish Decrees", Institute of Jewish Affairs, World Jewish Congress
       June 8, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Press Release, Statement from Stephen S. Wise, World Jewish Congress
       June 9, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Press Release, Statement from the World Jewish Congress
       June 9, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

List, "Anti-Jewish Decrees", Institute of Jewish Affairs, World Jewish Congress
       June 9, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

List, "Anti-Jewish Decrees", Institute of Jewish Affairs, World Jewish Congress
       June 10, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Aide Memoire regarding war crime trials
       June 11, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Minutes, Meeting of World Jewish Congress with Robert H. Jackson in New York City
       June 12, 1945    View (6 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter, Irving Dwork to Jacob Robinson
       June 12, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Kitty Gilligan, accompanied by a copy of a telegram from the British Embassy to the Department of State
       June 16, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

List of Documents, Evidence, Jacob Robinson to Robert H. Jackson
       June 18, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Irving Dwork to Jacob Robinson
       June 21, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Jacob Robinson to Irving Dwork
       June 23, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Robert H. Jackson, "Screening of Evidence of Nazi Crimes and Atrocities"
       June 27, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Telegram from Samuel Rosenman to Harry S. Truman
       June 27, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Samuel Rosenman to Joseph C. Grew, accompanied by related materials
       June 28, 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Copy of telegram from Samuel Rosenman to Robert Jackson, accompanied by related correspondence
       June 29, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Telegram from the U.S. Military Attaché, London, England, to Harry S. Truman
       June 30, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

July

Draft of Letter, World Jewish Congress to Robert H. Jackson
       ca. July, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       ca. July, 1945    View (1 page)

Telegram from Robert Jackson to James Byrnes
       July 4, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Telegram from Robert Jackson to Samuel Rosenman, William Leahy, and John McCloy
       July 11, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Chan Shapiro to Irving Dwork
       July 13, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from William Donovan to Samuel Rosenman, accompanied by a letter and memorandum from Robert Jackson to Samuel Rosenman
       July 14, 1945    View (17 pages)    |    (PDF)

Army Ration card issued to Katherine Fite
       July 16, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Chan Shapiro to Irving Dwork
       July 19, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Dinner menu from the Grand Hotel, Nuremberg, Germany
       July 21, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Lunch menu from the Grand Hotel, Nuremberg, Germany
       July 21, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       July 23, 1945    View (1 page)

Medal, Cross of Honor of the German Mother, used during World War II and obtained by Katherine Fite
       July 25, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Pass into Potsdam issued to Katherine Fite
       July 25, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Membership Badge for the Nazi Women's Organization, used during World War II and obtained by Katherine Fite
       July 25, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Jacob Robinson to Mr. Lestchinsky
       July 26, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Jacob Robinson to Robert H. Jackson
       July 27, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       July 27, 1945    View (1 page)

August

Officer's Mess Identification card issued to Katherine Fite
       ca. August, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Telegram from Jacob Robinson to A. L. Easterman
       ca. August, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Telegram from Jacob Robinson to A. L. Easterman
       ca. August, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Report, "A Chronology of Nazi Anti-Jewish Measures in Europe, 1933-1945"
       ca. August, 1945    View (19 pages)    |    (PDF)

Internal Memorandum from Dr. Jacoby and Dr. Sinder to Jacob Robinson
       August 3, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       August 5, 1945    View (1 page)

Memorandum from George Messersmith to Harry S. Truman, James Byrnes, and Robert Jackson
       August 5, 1945    View (19 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Henri Sinder and Gerhard Jacoby to Irving Dwork
       August 9, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       August 12, 1945    View (1 page)

Correspondence between Matthew Connelly and George Messersmith
       August 14, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       August 19, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       August 26, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from Irving Dwork to Dr. Jacob Robinson
       August 28, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum entitled "List of Major War Criminals"
       August 29, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

September

Draft of Nuremberg Major War Crimes Trial Indictment
       ca. September, 1945    View (23 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Telford Taylor
       September 1, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Telford Taylor, accompanied by a memorandum from Telford Taylor to General Ion Nikitchenko
       September 1, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       September 3, 1945    View (1 page)

Memorandum from Leonard Wheeler to Robert G. Storey
       September 4, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Arne Brogger to James B. Donovan, accompanied by diary notes
       September 4, 1945    View (10 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Sidney Alderman to Robert Jackson
       September 4, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Some Basic Ideas with Regard to the Appearance of a Jewish Witness at the International Military Tribunal"
       September 5, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       September 9, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       September 10, 1945    View (1 page)

Minutes of Meeting of Committee Four
       September 10, 1945    View (9 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Leonard Wheeler to Robert Jackson
       September 13, 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Sidney Alderman to Robert Jackson
       September 13, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       September 17, 1945    View (1 page)

Correspondence between Robert Jackson and Robert G. Storey
       September 17, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Edgar G. Boedeker and Richard Heller to Sidney Alderman
       September 18, 1945    View (22 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from D.A. Sprecher to R.G. Storey
       September 21, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       September 23, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from Roger Dow to R.G. Storey, accompanied by a letter from Roger Dow to Captain Edmund Franz
       September 24, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum, "British List of Documents Required to Prove Nazi Creation of Totalitarian State"
       September 24, 1945    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from M.C. Latta to James Byrnes, accompanied by related correspondence
       September 24, 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum, "Tentative British-American List of Documents Proving Creation of Nazi State"
       September 26, 1945    View (9 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Sidney Alderman to Robert Jackson, accompanied by a report from John Hazard
       September 27, 1945    View (16 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Herbert Wechsler to Charles Ross, accompanied by a draft and actual press release
       September 28, 1945    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum, "Interrogation of Witnesses and Collection of Evidence and Documents for Preparation of Case against the SS"
       September 28, 1945    View (12 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Leonard Wheeler to Colonel Amen, accompanied by a memorandum from Nichoals Doman to Colonel Hollers
       September 28, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

October

Indictment, Persecution of the Jews, Counts One and Four
       ca. October, 1945    View (45 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Henri Sinder and Gerhard Jacoby to Max Kopstein
       October 1, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       October 1, 1945    View (1 page)

Translation of Document PS-1816, "Stenographic Report, Part of Conference on the Jewish Question Under Hermann Goering, November 13, 1938"
       October 6, 1945    View (43 pages)    |    (PDF)

Indictment against Nuremberg Defendants, Counts One Through Four and Appendices A, B, and C
       October 6, 1945    View (42 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       October 8, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from Henri Sinder and Gerhard Jacoby to Irving Dwork
       October 9, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Robert Jackson to Harry S. Truman
       October 12, 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       October 14, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from Stephen S. Wise to Robert P. Patterson
       October 17, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       October 21, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       October 28, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from Tom C. Clark to Harry S. Truman
       October 29, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

November

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       November 3, 1945    View (1 page)

Translation of Document No. 2645 PS, "Affidavit, Dr. Gottfried Boley, Ministerialrat in the Reich Chancellery, November 5, 1945"
       November 5, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       November 11, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from William Donovan to Robert Jackson
       November 14, 1945    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum from Samuel Rosenman to Franklin D. Roosevelt, with related correspondence
       November 16, 1945    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       November 19, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       November 20, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from Jacob Robinson to William F. Walsh
       November 21, 1945    View (18 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Robert Jackson to William Donovan
       November 26, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       November 27, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from William Donovan to Robert Jackson
       November 27, 1945    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from M.C. Latta to Tom Clark, accompanied by related correspondence
       November 29, 1945    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

December

Letter from Robert Jackson to Harry S. Truman, accompanied by related materials
       December 1, 1945    View (15 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       December 3, 1945    View (1 page)

Report from Jacob Robinson to the World Jewish Congress
       December 6, 1945    View (15 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       December 9, 1945    View (1 page)

Minutes of Office Committee Meeting, World Jewish Congress
       December 10, 1945    View (9 pages)    |    (PDF)

Minutes of Office Committee Meeting, World Jewish Congress, continued
       December 12, 1945    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. 3358-PS, "Circular, The Jewish Question as a Factor in German Foreign Policy in the Year 1938, Berlin, January 31, 1938"
       December 13, 1945    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report by Gerhard Jacoby, "Some Preliminary Remarks on Legal Problems of the Crimes Against Humanity"
       December 13, 1945    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       December 16, 1945    View (1 page)

Letter from Katherine Fite to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Fite
       December 28, 1945    View (1 page)

1946

Memorandum, "Bureau Erhardt Case - Points to be Made in Reply to Petition"
       ca. 1946    View (14 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report by Henri Sinder, "Jurisdiction and Powers of the International Military Tribunal"
       ca. 1946    View (6 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum Regarding Flick Case
       ca. 1946    View (27 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "The General Ideas of the Agreement and the Charter"
       ca. 1946    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Crimes Against Humanity, View of Charter and Trial"
       ca. 1946    View (10 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, "Anti-Jewish Measures as a Preparatory Step to the War of Aggression"
       ca. 1946    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, Third draft, "Criminal Conspiracy Against the Jewish People, Part I"
       ca. 1946    View (19 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report by Henri Sinder, "Remarks to Jacob Robinson's Paper on 'Legal Problems of the Crimes Against Humanity' Combined with his Memorandum to Major Walsh"
       ca. 1946    View (10 pages)    |    (PDF)

January

Memorandum, Control Council Law No. 10: Punishment of Persons Guilty of War Crimes, Crimes against Peace and against Humanity
       ca. January, 1946    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Robert Jackson to Harry S. Truman, accompanied by related correspondence
       January 12, 1946    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

Press Release of Executive Order amending Executive Order number 9547
       January 17, 1946    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Harry S. Truman to Robert Patterson accompanied by related correspondence
       January 24, 1946    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

February

Letter from Eleanor Bontecou to Miss Brookley
       February 8, 1946    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memo from Jacob Robinson to Office and Legal Committees, World Jewish Congress
       February 9, 1946    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Press Release of a statement by Harry S. Truman to a Delegation from the United Jewish Appeal
       February 25, 1946    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

April

Letter from Robert Jackson to Harry S. Truman
       April 24, 1946    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

May

Correspondence between Harry S. Truman and Willis Smith
       May 4, 1946    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Correspondence between Henry Stimson and Harry S. Truman, accompanied by a copy of a letter from Henry Stimson to Robert Jackson
       May 15, 1946    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

August

Letter from Joseph B. Keenan to Harry S. Truman accompanied by a reply from Matthew Connelly
       August 8, 1946    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

October

Correspondence between John J. Parker and Harry S. Truman
       October 11, 1946    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Correspondence between Lord Justice Geoffrey Lawrence and Harry S. Truman, accompanied by related correspondence
       October 12, 1946    View (11 pages)    |    (PDF)

Correspondence between John J. Parker and Harry S. Truman, accompanied by a press release
       October 12, 1946    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Telegrams from Jerome Shaker and Luise Jodl to Harry S. Truman
       October 12, 1946    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Correspondence between Harry S. Truman and Robert Jackson accompanied by related correspondence
       October 17, 1946    View (12 pages)    |    (PDF)

November

Correspondence between Harry S. Truman and Francis Biddle, accompanied by related materials
       November 12, 1946    View (16 pages)    |    (PDF)

Press Release of correspondence between Harry S. Truman and Francis Biddle
       November 12, 1946    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

December

Letter from M.C. Latta to Robert Patterson, accompanied by related correspondence
       December 20, 1946    View (10 pages)    |    (PDF)

1947

Indictment, Counts One through Four and Appendix A, The United States of America Against Wilhelm von Leeb, et al., Defendants, Case No.12, International Military Tribunal No. II
       ca. 1947    View (77 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report, Criminal Conspriacy, Charge Seven: Forced Labor, Part II, World Jewish Congress
       ca. 1947    View (32 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report and List, "The Punishment of Major War Criminals for Crimes Against the Jewish People"
       ca. 1947    View (15 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft Letter from World Jewish Congress to Telford Taylor
       ca. 1947    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

January

Letter from M.C. Latta to Tom C. Clark, accompanied by related correspondence
       January 11, 1947    View (10 pages)    |    (PDF)

February

Letter from Jacob Robinson to Maron J. Simon
       February 28, 1947    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

May

Letter from M.C. Latta to Robert Patterson, accompanied by related material
       May 15, 1947    View (8 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Harry S. Truman to Robert Jackson, accompanied by the text of a speech about Jackson's participation in the Nuremberg Trial
       May 16, 1947    View (18 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-1517, "Memorandum, from Luther, Under Secretary of State, Berlin, September 24, 1942"
       May 28, 1947    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

June

Letter from M.C. Latta to Robert Patterson, accompanied by related materials
       June 2, 1947    View (9 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from M.C. Latta to Robert Patterson, accompanied by related material
       June 26, 1947    View (12 pages)    |    (PDF)

July

Indictment (Printed Publication), The United States of America Against Wilhelm List, et al., Defendants, Case No.7, International Military Tribunal No. V
       July 15, 1947    View (122 pages)    |    (PDF)

August

Press release of Executive Order
       August 8, 1947    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

September

Opening Statement, The United States of America Against Ohlendorf, et al., Defendants, Case No. 9, International Military Tribunal No. II
       September 29, 1947    View (183 pages)    |    (PDF)

Report by Mark Dworzecki, "Let Us Throw the Anathema Against the Murderer-Doctors"
       September 30, 1947    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

November

Official Transcripts; The United States of America Against Oswald Pohl, et al., Defendants, Case No. 4, International Military Tribunal No. II
       November 3, 1947    View (153 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-1965, "Record, Conference, The Jewish Problem, Paris, September 1, 1942"
       November 17, 1947    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Statement, "Extension of the 'Ministries' Case to Include Some Additional High Nazis Responsible for the Extirpation of Jews"
       November 20, 1947    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

1948

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "Nazi Foreign Policy and Jews, Part XI"
       ca. 1948    View (17 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "Forced Labor, Part X"
       ca. 1948    View (12 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "Western Europe, Part IX"
       ca. 1948    View (20 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "Concentration Camps, Part VIII"
       ca. 1948    View (38 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "Government General, Part VII"
       ca. 1948    View (21 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "Ostland (Eastern Europe), Part VI"
       ca. 1948    View (22 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "The November 1938 Pogroms, Part V"
       ca. 1948    View (19 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "The Defense, Part IV"
       ca. 1948    View (18 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "The Defendants, Part III"
       ca. 1948    View (24 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "The Prosecutors, Part II"
       ca. 1948    View (24 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "Majestic Justice or Travesty of Justice, Part I"
       ca. 1948    View (32 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "The Judgment, Part XIII"
       ca. 1948    View (40 pages)    |    (PDF)

Draft of Report by Anatole Goldstein, "Looting, Part XII"
       ca. 1948    View (13 pages)    |    (PDF)

January

Press Release of Executive Order, January 2, 1948
       January 2, 1948    View (1 page)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-2586 (M), "Minutes of Conference, The Jewish Problem, October 27, 1942"
       January 23, 1948    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-2586 (I), "Memorandum, from Luther, Under Secretary of State, to Von Wissaecher, State Secretary, Berlin, June 11, 1942"
       January 26, 1948    View (20 pages)    |    (PDF)

February

Opening Statement, The United States of America Against Wilhelm von Leeb et al., Defendants, Case No. 12, International Military Tribunal No. II
       February 5, 1948    View (99 pages)    |    (PDF)

Official Transcripts, Opinion and Sentencing, The United States of America Against Wilhelm List, et al., Defendants, Case No. 7, International Military Tribunal No. V
       February 19, 1948    View (126 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-2586 (A) "Memorandum, Hermann Goering, to Reich Minister of the Interior, Berlin, January 24, 1939"
       February 20, 1948    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-3565, "Telephone Call, for Reich Minister, Berlin, November 12, 1939"
       February 20, 1948    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Translation of Document No. NG-2586 (C), "Ideas About the Foundation of an Inter-European Bank for Utilization of Jewish Property in Europe, Berlin, August 12, 1940"
       February 26, 1948    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

April

Official Transcripts, Opinion and Judgment: The United States of America Against Ohlendorf, et al., Defendants, Case No. 9, International Military Tribunal No. II
       April 8, 1948    View (140 pages)    |    (PDF)

May

Letter from Robert Marcus to Charles Saltzman
       May 5, 1948    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Petition to Harry S. Truman
       May 22, 1948    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

October

Letter from Bigelow Boysen to Harry S. Truman
       October 19, 1948    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

November

Ben Bruce Blakeney, Petition to the Supreme Commander For the Allied Powers
       November 19, 1948    View (39 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Kenneth Royall to Harry S. Truman, accompanied by related material
       November 26, 1948    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

December

Letter from Harry S. Truman to Joseph B. Keenan accompanied by related correspondence
       December 2, 1948    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

1949

Report, "The Ministries Case, Case No. 11 in the Series of Trials of the German War Criminals by the American Military Tribunal in Nuremberg", Institute of Jewish Affairs
       ca. 1949    View (11 pages)    |    (PDF)

January

Report by Robert Marcus, "The Ministries Case"
       January 5, 1949    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Sally Rose Hayett to Harry S. Truman, accompanied by a copy of a letter from Ms. Hayett to Henry R. Luce
       January 17, 1949    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

March

Letter from Kenneth Royall to Harry S. Truman, accompanied by related materials
       March 25, 1949    View (26 pages)    |    (PDF)

May

Statement by Telford Taylor to the International New Service, May 9, 1949
       May 9, 1949    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

August

Letter from David Bruce to Matthew Connelly, accompanied by a letter from Carl Burckhardt and Max Huber to Harry S. Truman
       August 5, 1949    View (5 pages)    |    (PDF)

1950

June

"Memorandum Concerning the Formulation of the Nuremberg Principles", World Jewish Congress to the Second Session of the United Nations International Law Commission
       June 2, 1950    View (14 pages)    |    (PDF)

Letter from Robert S. Marcus to Trygve Lie accompanied by a Memorandum from the World Jewish Congress
       June 2, 1950    View (16 pages)    |    (PDF)

October

Letter from Robert S. Marcus and Nehemiah Robinson to the United Nations General Assembly accompanied by a Memorandum from the World Jewish Congress
       October 18, 1950    View (6 pages)    |    (PDF)

1951

Report by Anatole Goldstein, "The Burial of Nuremberg", Institute of Jewish Affairs
       ca. 1951    View (7 pages)    |    (PDF)

June

Letter from Telford Taylor to Eleanor Roosevelt, June 19, 1951
       June 19, 1951    View (3 pages)    |    (PDF)

1952

January

Report by Nehemiah Robinson, "The Twelve Nuremberg Trials and the Fate of the Defendants"
       ca. January, 1952    View (18 pages)    |    (PDF)

September

Letters from William Hopkins to Dean Acheson, Frederick Lawton, and Robert Lovett, accompanied by related materials
       September 5, 1952    View (19 pages)    |    (PDF)

November

Press Release, Statement by World Jewish Congress
       November 22, 1952    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

1953

Report by Nehemiah Robinson, "The Twelve Nuremberg Trials and the Fate of Their Defendants"
       ca. 1953    View (18 pages)    |    (PDF)

1957

December

Letter from Telford Taylor to Abbie Mann, accompanied by a memorandum regarding a plan for a television movie based on the Nuremberg War Crimes Trial, December 20, 1957
       December 20, 1957    View (4 pages)    |    (PDF)

1961

April

Identification card of Telford Taylor while a spectator at the trial of the Government of Israel v. Adolf Eichmann, c. April 10, 1961
       April 10, 1961    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Notes written by Telford Taylor while a spectator at the trial of the Government of Israel v. Adolf Eichmann, c. April 10, 1961
       April 10, 1961    View (2 pages)    |    (PDF)

Not Dated

Report, "Criminal Conspiracy, Charge Four: Ghettoization, Part II"
       Not Dated    View (23 pages)    |    (PDF)

Memorandum regarding the Application of General Tomoyuki Yamashita
       Not Dated    View (13 pages)    |    (PDF)

Indictment from the International Military Tribunal for the Far East
       Not Dated    View (45 pages)    |    (PDF)