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The Nuremberg Trials • 2006 WGBH Educational Foundation


 

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Nuremberg Interpreter Recalls Historic Trials


One of the few surviving participants in the 1945 Nuremberg Trials explains how simultaneous translation evolved to meet the different language requirements ...
 

The Greatest Trial The World Has Ever Seen | Ben Ferencz | TEDxTeen


The last living prosecutor of the Nuremberg Trials passes the torch to this generation. TEDxTeen opening music by Madijuwon. Benjamin B. Ferencz was born in ...
 

Siegfried Ramler, interpreter at Nuremberg, in London with AIIC


In 2014 AIIC and its UK/Ireland region organized a tribute to the pioneers of simultaneous interpretation. Siegfried Ramler, one of the few Nuremberg interpreters ...
 

Reflections on the Legacy of Nuremberg: The 70th Anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials - Part 1


Tuesday, April 28, 2015 The conference is organized jointly by the Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies and the Center for Jewish Studies.
 

Nuremberg Trials || I'd Love To Change The World


Music : Jetta - I'd Love To Change The World.
 

Curator Discusses Headphones Worn by Defendants at the Nuremberg Trials


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Howard K. Smith on covering the Nuremberg Trials - EMMYTVLEGENDS.ORG


See the full interview at http://www.emmytvlegends.org/interviews/people/howard-k-smith.
 

Ben Ferencz: The Only Surviving Chief Prosecutor from the Nuremberg Tribunals


Presented by The International Humanitarian Law Clinic of Emory University School of Law January 25, 2015.
 

Arno Hamburger (2008) on Nuremberg Trials


On Dec. 4, 2008, Prof. John Barrett and Greg Peterson interviewed Arno Hamburger on his life's journey in and around Nuremberg including being a translator ...
 

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Nuremberg Day 115 Robert H Jackson/Gisevius


Justice Robert H Jackson conducted the cross-examination of Hans Gisevius, A member of the Abwehr, the German counter-intelligence service under Admiral ...
 

Paris. [No.] 453, War Crimes Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, 12/12/1945


Item: PARIS. [No.] 453, War CRIMES TRIALS, NUREMBERG, GERMANY, 12/12/1945 Creator: Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the ...
 

Interpreting Studies: from the Nuremberg Trials to Thammasat Classrooms


สำหรับคนที่สนใจวิชาด้านล่ามนะครับ!!!! #EnglishDepartmentTalkSeries Interpreting Studies: from the Nuremberg Trials to Thammasat...
 

The Purim Story and the Nuremberg Trials


As told by Rabbi Yisroel Bodkins of the Torah Outreach Program (TOP)
 

Nuremberg Trials Participant Alfred Steer Testimony Clip


This clip is from Alfred Steer's full-length testimony recorded by the USC Shoah Foundation (http://sfi.usc.edu). Steer was involved in developing and overseeing ...
 

Treasures of the Harvard Law School Library | The Nuremberg Trial Documents


The Harvard Law School Library uniquely owns and manages approximately one million pages of documents relating to the Nuremberg Trials: thirteen trials ...
 

Patricia vander Elst on the Nuremberg Trials


Patricia vander Elst, née Jordan, (1925-2005) was a pioneer simultaneous interpreter who got her debut at the first sustained use of simultaneous at the first ...
 

Nuremberg Trials Chief Prosecutor on the Rule of Law | Future Force Conference 2017


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HLS in the World | International Criminal Law from Nuremberg to the ICC and Beyond


The shaping of international criminal law began with the Nuremberg Trials after World War II and continued with the creation of ad hoc international criminal ...
 

The Legacy of Nuremberg


On May 16, 2011, the Museum held a special event to discuss the legacy of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, how the trials helped shape ...
 

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Nuremberg Trial Symposium (2001) Robert H. Jackson Center


On Oct. 24, 2001, the Robert H. Jackson Center located in Jamestown N.Y. hosted the Nuremberg Trial Roundtable featuring Prof. John Q. Barrett moderating a ...
 

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THE PURIM KABBALAH CODE (legendas em português / subtítulos en español)


The Kabbalists tell us that the scrolls of the Bible are not simply stories. In fact, the Zohar says that whoever reads the Bible literally, it would be better for the ...
 

Bill Caming (2009) on Nuremberg Trials


Presentation by Bill Caming at the 3rd International Humanitarian Law Dialogs held at the Robert H. Jackson Center on Aug. 30, 2009. Mr. Caming spoke about ...
 

Former Nuremberg trials prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz visits Leiden Law School


http://law.leiden.edu.nl From 1-5 September 2014 Benjamin Ferencz (94) visited the Leiden Law School. He was invited for a special one-day event organized ...
 

The Interpreters: A Historical Perspective (Interpreting at the UN 1945-1995) (EN)


This film is dedicated to – and celebrates – all interpreters. It illustrates how the profession developed from the League of Nations onwards, particularly with the ...
 

Serge Brammertz: Nuremberg Trial Legacy


Serge Brammertz, the chief prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia, reflects on the legacy of the Nuremberg Trial as it relates to his ...
 

Benjamin Ferencz - Nuremberg Trials 70th Anniversary


 

Nuremberg Code


The Nuremberg Code is a set of research ethics principles for human experimentation set as a result of the Subsequent Nuremberg Trials at the end of the ...
 

Rev. William Shoop (2003) on Nuremberg Trials


Vignettes from a July 16, 2003 interview with Rev. William Shoop, a teletype operator at the Palace of Justice, on the impact of his experience on his ministry.
 

Francine Hirsch (2006): Russians at Nuremberg Trial


Prof. Francine Hirsch from the University of Wisconsin-Madison presented a paper at the 60th Anniversary Commemoration of the Nuremberg Trial held Oct. 6, ...
 




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