Nazi Crimes and the Nuremberg Trial

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Victims in a Peschany log on the southern outskirts of Voronezh city, executed by the Nazis during the Great Patriotic war
Residents of Voronezh look for their relatives among the bodies of citizens executed by Nazis in a Peschany Log in 1942 during the occupation of the city
General view of the Peschany Log, where the Nazis shot 450 civilians in the city of Voronezh in 1943.
Reichmarshall Hermann Goring (C) and Hitler's deputy leader Rudolf Hess (R) accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity attend the session of the international Nuremberg trials in courtroom 600 of the Palace of Justice, Nuremburg, December 1945.
Refugees flee home during the Second World War, 1942. Photo by Max Alpert. TASS
A child at the site of a burned native village, Smolensk region, September 1941. Photo by Mark Redkin.TASS
Mourning the dead
Prisoners of a concentration camp. From the Auschwitz series
Pupils of the orphanage, former juvenile prisoners of Auschwitz. Masha Shchvartsman - 4th from the left in the 2nd row from the bottom (with flowers)
Children at the school library defeated by the Germans in Yasnaya Polyana
The family of the train engine depot Zhlobin N. Schwartz, released from the concentration camp
The bodies of tortured children in the Auschwitz death camp (Auschwitz)
Corpses of prisoners exhumed from a mass grave at Majdanek
The civilians at the crematorium ovens look at the remains of those tortured to death at Majdanek
Soviet and Polish soldiers looking at the remains of Majdanek prisoners burnt in the crematorium ovens
Piles of bones at Majdanek prepared for being made into fertilizers
Piles of bones at Majdanek prepared for being made into fertilizers
Participating in a memorial ceremony commemorating victims of the German invaders
Participating in a memorial ceremony commemorating victims of the German invaders
Participating in a memorial ceremony commemorating victims of the German invaders
Participating in a memorial ceremony commemorating victims of the German invaders
Victims in a Peschany log on the southern outskirts of Voronezh city, executed by the Nazis during the Great Patriotic war
Residents of Voronezh look for their relatives among the bodies of citizens executed by Nazis in a Peschany Log in 1942 during the occupation of the city
General view of the Peschany Log, where the Nazis shot 450 civilians in the city of Voronezh in 1943.
Reichmarshall Hermann Goring (C) and Hitler's deputy leader Rudolf Hess (R) accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity attend the session of the international Nuremberg trials in courtroom 600 of the Palace of Justice, Nuremburg, December 1945.
Refugees flee home during the Second World War, 1942. Photo by Max Alpert. TASS
A child at the site of a burned native village, Smolensk region, September 1941. Photo by Mark Redkin.TASS
Mourning the dead
Prisoners of a concentration camp. From the Auschwitz series
Pupils of the orphanage, former juvenile prisoners of Auschwitz. Masha Shchvartsman - 4th from the left in the 2nd row from the bottom (with flowers)
Children at the school library defeated by the Germans in Yasnaya Polyana
The family of the train engine depot Zhlobin N. Schwartz, released from the concentration camp
The bodies of tortured children in the Auschwitz death camp (Auschwitz)
Corpses of prisoners exhumed from a mass grave at Majdanek
The civilians at the crematorium ovens look at the remains of those tortured to death at Majdanek
Soviet and Polish soldiers looking at the remains of Majdanek prisoners burnt in the crematorium ovens
Piles of bones at Majdanek prepared for being made into fertilizers
Piles of bones at Majdanek prepared for being made into fertilizers
Participating in a memorial ceremony commemorating victims of the German invaders
Participating in a memorial ceremony commemorating victims of the German invaders
Participating in a memorial ceremony commemorating victims of the German invaders
Participating in a memorial ceremony commemorating victims of the German invaders

The family of the train engine depot Zhlobin N. Schwartz, released from the concentration camp

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