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Goering Takes Stand In War Criminals Trial (1946)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39109, LI 208-UN-202 - GOERING TAKES STAND IN WAR CRIMINALS TRIAL [ETC.] - DVD Copied by J. Williams. Series: Motion Picture Films from "United News" Newsreels, compiled 1942 - 1945. Part 1 shows court room scenes in Nuremberg as Justice Jackson questions Goering about organized murder in Germany. Part 2 shows tidal waves in the Hawaiian Islands and scenes of destruction in Hilo. Shows a volcanic eruption on Kyushu Island, Japan. Part 3, a schizophrenic pianist plays Chopin's "Fantasy Impromptu" as part of his musical therapy at a Michigan hospital. Part 4, damaged buildings are destroyed in the reconstruction of Dortan, Fr. Part 5, Sec. Byrnes proposes to the UN Security Council (Apr. 4) that discussion of the Russian-Iranian dispute be suspended until May 6. Alexander Cadogan supports the proposal. Hussein Ala praises the UN.
Length: 10:02


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