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Jewish lawyer who had key role in first Nuremberg trial to be honoured

Sir Hersch Lauterpacht, one of the top legal minds of the 20th century on international law, to be honored by Britain with plaque.

Jewish lawyer who had key role in first Nuremberg trial honoured

The Houdini of the Vilna Ghetto

Abraham Sutzkever, then the leading modern Yiddish poet, lived in the Vilna Ghetto and was rescued by Russa..His journal is now in English.

The Houdini of the Vilna Ghetto

US Congress honors 101-year old Nuremberg prosecutor

Bipartisan group of House reps awards last living Nuremberg prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz with Congressional Gold Medal.

US Congress honors 101-year old Nuremberg prosecutor

Hoshanah Rabbah 5782 (2021):75 years since the Nuremberg Trials

The sentences were carried out on the 21st of Tishrei, Hoshanah Rabbah – the day the judgment of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is sealed.

Hoshanah Rabbah 5782 (2021):75 years since the Nuremberg Trials

Dutch right-wing politician calls Nuremberg trials ‘illegitimate’

Thierry Baudet, leader of Dutch Forum for Democracy party, says he considers Nuremberg trials 'illegitimate.'

Dutch politician calls Nuremberg trials ‘illegitimate’

Complete Nuremberg Trials recordings online for the first time

US Holocaust Memorial Museum places online more than 700 hours of audio recordings, 37 reels of film introduced as evidence from trials.

Complete Nuremberg Trials recordings online for the first time

Paintings attributed to Hitler fail to sell at German auction

Five watercolors attributed to Nazi dictator do not sell in auction in Nuremberg, possibly over fears they could be fakes.

Paintings attributed to Hitler fail to sell at German auction

Nuremberg prosecutor donates to Holocaust museum

Last surviving prosecutor from Nuremberg war crimes donates $1 million to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, in Washington D.C.

Last surviving Nuremberg prosecutor donates to Holocaust museum

Nuremberg lessons: Confront hate, remember victims

Op-ed: Holocaust Memorial Day falls 80 years after Nuremberg Race Laws, 70 years after Nuremberg Trials. What have we learned?

Nuremberg lessons: Stand up to hate, and remember hate's victims

Long-Lost Nazi 'Racial Theorist' Diary to Museum

Rosenberg Diary of chief 'master race' ideology developer transferred to Holocaust Memorial Museum, was missing since 1946.

Long-Lost Nazi 'Racial Theorist' Diary to Museum