Franz von Papen & Franz von Papen, Jr., IMT, Nuremberg Germany, 1945-1946

Father and son are brought together at the prison at the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg, Germany. Left Franz von Papen Jr. consults with his father in aid of his defense. Franz von Papen was acquitted by the IMT.

Hjalmar Schacht on the Stand, IMT, Nuremberg Germany, 1945-1946

Defendant Hjalmar Schacht on stand at Nuremberg during the IMT, May 1946. Schacht holds a photograph and is wearing the IBM translation headphones.

Hermann Goering on Witness Stand, IMT, Nuremberg Germany, 1945-1946

Hermann Goering on the witness stand during the noon recess. Goering has a soldier on either side of him.

Rudolf Hess, Joachim von Ribbentrop, Baldur von Schirach, IMT, Nuremberg Germany, 1945-1946

"Flash bulbs were not in use during courtroom hours- except when we were before the time and permission was given. Here is a very close shot of Rudolf Hess, Joachim von Ribbentrop, and in the rear, Baldur von Schirach." - Ray D'Addario Rudolf Hess was a Nazi official acting as Adolf Hitler's Deputy in the Nazi Party. Baldur Benedikt von Schirach was a Nazi youth leader later convicted of being a war criminal. Schirach was the head of the Hitler-Jugend (HJ, Hitler Youth) and Gauleiter and Reichsstatthalter ("Reich Governor") of Vienna. Joachim von Ribbentrop was Foreign Minister of Germany from 1938 until 1945.

Hjalmar Schacht and Hans Fritzsche, IMT, Nuremberg Germany, 1945-1946

Hjalmar Schacht, President of the German Reischsbank Minister of Economics, and shown in rear is Hans Fritzsche, head of the Home Press Division of the Reich Ministry of Propaganda.

Prime Minister Mackenzie King of Canada Arrives in Nuremberg

Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon MacKenzie King arrived in Nuremberg, Germany. Troops stand at attention.

Robert P. Patterson, Furth Airport, Germany

United States Secretary of War, Robert P. Patterson at Furth airport in Germany.

Robert H. Jackson Reads Congratulatory Message on New Job

Washington, June 12 -- Jackson Reads Congratulatory Message on New Job -- Nominated by President Roosevelt today to be an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, Attorney General Robert Jackson sat at this desk in the Justice Department today and read over a message of congratulations.    

Tydings Opposes Jackson’s Court Nomination, Washington D.C., June 30, 1941

  Washington, June 30 -- Tydings Opposes Jackson Court Nomination -- Attorney General Robert Jackson (Left) and Sen. Millard E. Tydings (Right) (D-MD) faced each other across a hearing table today as Sen. Tydings told a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee Jackson was unfit for the Supreme Court to which he was nominated by President Roosevelt. Between them is Chairman Carl A