WWII Nuernberg Interrogation Records

Records: 29,454 · Complete: 100%

The records, rich in biographical and historical information, are presented in alphabetical order by surname of the interrogated, and arranged in three groups: interrogation transcripts, transcripts and records of Third Reich officials, and interrogations by other agencies. Those questioned included defendants before the Tribunal, as well as friendly and unfriendly witnesses. The largest group of records pertains to Albert Speer, infamous Reichminister of Armament and War Production.

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WWII Nuernberg Interrogation Records
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Records: 29,454 · Complete: 100%
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September 22, 2009
Last Updated
November 30, 2009
NARA M1270. Transcribed interrogation records relate to the prosecution of war criminals in proceedings at Nuernberg, 1945-47.