WWII German Documents Among War Crimes Records record example

WWII German Documents Among War Crimes Records

Records: 103,840 · Complete: 100%

These files are in German. They contain transcripts of trial testimony, clemency petitions, affidavits, prosecution exhibits, photographs of concentration camps, etc., as well as original German documents used as evidence in the prosecution of the numerous war crimes cases, excluding the Nuremberg Trials, concerning atrocities in concentration camps, atrocities committed on Allied military personnel and Allied fliers who crash landed in Germany, and other crimes.

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"German Documents Among the War Crimes Records of the Judge Advocate Division Headquarters, United States Army, Europe" database with images Fold3 (https://www.fold3.com//title/622/wwii-german-documents-among-war-crimes-records: accessed February 28, 2021)

Publication Title
WWII German Documents Among War Crimes Records
Total Records
103,840 · Complete: 100%
Content Source
The National Archives logoThe National Archives
Publication Number
T1021
Record Group
549
Published on Fold3
22 Sep 2009
Last Updated
01 Nov 2012
Description
NARA T1021. German documents predating May 8, 1945, found among the War Crimes Records of the U.S. Judge Advocate Division, Europe.