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Nuremberg 2000


At the close of World War II, Hermann Göring surrenders to the United-States and enjoys the hospitality of a U.S. Army Air Force base. Samuel Rosenman, acting on the orders of U.S. President Harry S. Truman, recruits U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson to prepare a war crimes tribunal against Göring and the surviving Nazi leadership. Göring, Albert Speer and others are arrested for war crimes and imprisoned in a U.S. Army stockade at Bad Mondorf in Luxembourg. Jackson, his assistant Elsie Douglas, and his prosecution team fly to Germany. Psychologist Gustave Gilbert arrives at the stockade with prisoner Hans Frank, who has attempted suicide. Jackson negotiates with Allied representatives Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe, General Iona Nikitchenko and Henri Donnedieu de Vabres to ensure a unified prosecution. Jackson selects the Nuremberg Palace of Justice for the site of the trials and reconstruction work commences. Göring and the others are stripped of their rank and transferred to the prison in Nuremberg, where they come into conflict with the guards under the command of the strict Colonel Burton C. Andrus. Major Airey Neave serves Göring, Speer and the others with their indictments. U.S. judge Francis Biddle arrives to take control of the court but reluctantly passes the honour at Jackson's insistence. Following the suicide of prisoner Robert Ley, round-the-clock watches are posted and Gilbert is appointed prisoner liaison. Sir Geoffrey Lawrence opens the trial with all defendants pleading not guilty, and Jackson gives a stirring opening statement. At lunch a jovial Göring holds court over the other defendants while Speer begins to show signs of remorse. Maxwell-Fyfe puts forward an emotive eyewitness account of the Nazis' genocidal policies toward Jews and others, while Jackson reads out dry documentation. As the court begins to tire of Jackson's meticulous approach, Maxwell-Fyfe urges pushing on to the witness interviews, which reveal the horrors of the concentration camps. The court is shaken by documentary footage of the camps; even Göring appears unsettled. Speer explains Göring's dominance to Gilbert and insists that his control over the others must be broken. Göring takes the stand and begins speaking to the German people. Jackson, at Gilbert's suggestion, has Göring isolated. Under cross-examination, Göring outmaneuvers and humiliates Jackson, who later accuses Biddle of giving Göring free rein in court. Douglas talks Jackson out of tendering his resignation, and the two share a kiss. Under advice from Maxwell-Fyfe, Jackson returns to confront Göring with evidence of his crimes against the Jews and successfully dismisses the defendant’s denials. At a Christmas party, the German housekeeper refuses to serve the Soviets, but Douglas rescues the situation before slipping away with Jackson. Gilbert visits the defendants and, under Jackson's advice, attempts to convince them to take responsibility for their crimes. Andrus relaxes the prison rules for Christmas, and Göring shares a friendly drink with his guard, Lt. Tex Wheelis. The cross-examination of the defendants intensifies and the defence calls Rudolf Höß, who casually reveals the horrors of Auschwitz. Speer is implicated in the enslavement of foreign workers by fellow defendant Fritz Sauckel and in response accepts collective responsibility for the crimes of the Nazi regime. Gilbert interviews Göring's wife Emmy, who reveals that Hitler had ordered them all executed, which led to the family's surrender. Jackson is moved by Gilbert's summation of his examinations — that the source of the evil behind Nazi Germany was a complete lack of empathy — to give an impassioned closing statement. Göring uses his final statement to condemn the trial, and is sentenced along with several others to death by hanging. Speer uses his final statement to commend the tribunal and is sentenced to 20 years in prison. Göring commits suicide after his request to be executed by firing squad is denied. Andrus presides over the executions of the others while Jackson and Douglas head home.

The Lost Film of Nuremberg I Documentary


The little-known story of the film archives brought together for the Nuremberg trials in 1945 in order to prove Nazis war crimes.  Two young American soldiers, Budd and Stuart Schulberg are given the mission of collecting film evidence of the horrors of the concentration camps used in the trials of the leaders of the Third Reich. Subscribe to our Youtube channel: 🤍 The Lost Film of Nuremberg I Documentary 🗓 Available until the 25/03/2023 Documentary is here to tell you more about what’s going on in the world of culture, news and current affairs with powerful, refreshing and entertaining docs subtitled in English for our international fans. Discover a whole world on #artetvdocumentary #nuremberg #schulberg

The Best Things to do in Nuremberg Germany in 24 Hours, Travel Guide


Looking for the best things to do in Nuremberg? The second largest city in Bavaria Germany has a lot going on. #bavaria #germany #nuremberg ►Subscribe: 🤍 and click the bell to the right for new video notifications each week ►Like our travel videos? Read our travel blog at The Best Things to do in Nuremberg 🤍 Music by Epidemic Sound - 🤍 Watch more travel videos from Bavaria Best Things to do in Bavaria Germany - 🤍 24 Hours in Munich Germany - 🤍 The Best of Garmisch Partenkirchen - 🤍 * ThePlanetD Social* ►INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ►YOUTUBE: 🤍 ►The Planet D Travel BLOG: 🤍 ►FACEBOOK: 🤍 ►TWITTER: 🤍 Things to do in Nuremberg, Germany 00:00 - Introduction 00:32 Subscribe to The Planet D 00:40 Nuremberg Card 00:54 Nuremberg Cellars / Nürnberger Felsengänge – Nuremberg Rock Passages 02:21 Nuremberg Brewery 02:45 Documentation Centre / 04:17 Palace of Justice Nuremberg Trials 05:10 Imperial Castle of Nuremberg - Best view of the city from Nuremberg castle 05:38 - Nurember Alstadt - Nuremberg old town 06:07 Nuremberg Old City Walls 06:39 Handwerkerhof a medieval craftsman's village 07:06 Weißgerbergasse Half timer houses lining the streets 07:17 Albrecht Dürer’s House 07:47 Hauptmarkt- HIstoric nuremberg square 08:20 Schöner Brunnen fountains 08:57 Holy Spirit Hospital of Nuremberg and Nuremberg Canal 09:05 Nuremberg Museums Museums of Contemporary Art (Neues Museum Nürnberg), Germanic National Museum and The Way of Human Rights Some images of this Nuremberg travel vlog courtesy of Wikimedia Hi Everyone, we're Dave and Deb of The Planet D and we take you around the world in our weekly video series. New Uploads every week. We've traveled to 115 countries and all 7 continents and our travel vlogs highlight our personal experiences at each destination. We share with you, the best things to do with travel guides, travel tips, beautiful drone footage, and 4k video. We're a married adventure couple who live by the motto "Adventure is for Everyone" and our travel videos are filled with fun, humor, inspiration, and information. We've been sharing our travels for 15 years at our award-winning travel blog The Planet D. Forbes Magazine named us one of the Top 10 Travel Influencers in the World! No matter where you are going we have inspiring videos from Asia, Africa, South America, North America, Antarctica, Australia, Europe, the Caribbean, and the South Pacific. #travelvloggers #travelvlog #travelcouple nuremberg walking

The Nuremberg Trial


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Best Things to Do in Nuremberg, Germany 🇩🇪


In this video, we’ll take you on our journey through the historic city of Nuremberg and give you our top 7 things you absolutely cannot miss! From the medieval castle, fountains and churches to Germany’s dark past of the rally grounds of the third reich, Nuremberg is a top favorite amongst tourists and locals alike. 00:00 Intro 00:20 Imperial Castle of Nuremberg 01:27 City Tour by Train 01:59 Main Market Square 03:13 Beautiful Fountain 04:01 Handwerkerhof Nuremberg 04:41 Historical Churches 08:10 Nazi Party Rally Grounds Links: Budget Travel Filming Essentials: 🤍 Music by Epidemic Sound (Great for Youtube!): 🤍 WHO AM I: I'm Nicole, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Certified Holistic Nutritionist who sold everything to live a life of adventure traveling the world. I make videos about everything relating to travel, nutrition, budgeting and human behavior. 📸 Instagram - 🤍 Get in Touch: If you'd like to talk, I'd love to hear from you. Commenting on this video is the quickest way to receive a response. You can also reach me through Instagram 🤍nicolekristin. I try my best to respond to everyone 🙂

18 Things to do in Nuremberg 🇩🇪 Nuremberg Travel Guide


Nuremberg is such a cool city and it has so much to see and do. I didn't know what to expect, but I found so many awesome things to do in Nuremberg. Here are just a few that I absolutely loved! 00:00 Intro 1:11 Old Town 1:28 Lorenzkirche 1:55 Frauenkirche 2:02 Hauptmarkt 2:20 Lebküchen 3:11 Schöner Brunnen 3:20 Hangman’s Bridge 3:32 Weinstadel 3:55 Weißgerbergasse 4:25 Hike up to Nuremberg Castle 4:50 Nurnberg Card 5:16 Nuremberg Castle 5:37 Nurmberger Rostbratwurst 6:24 Documentation Center 6:57 Memorium Nuremberg Trials 7:48 Rock Cut Cellars 8:39 Roasted Pork 9:00 Handwerkhof 9:30 Germanisches Nationalmuseum 10:02 The New Museum 10:19 Goodbye Nuremberg Check out the Nürnberg Card here: 🤍 For more travel tips, check out my blog: 🤍 Sign up for my monthly newsletter here: 🤍 Follow along on Social Media! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 All Songs from Epidemic Sound Cooper’s Island by Martin Klem Dine and Dash by Victor Lundberg We’re Taking Off by Wildflowers Free Mind by Wildflowers

Battle of Nuremberg | Germany 2006 | FIFA World Cup


16 yellow and four red cards were brandished – a record for a single FIFA World Cup match. Costinha, Khalid Boulahrouz, Deco and Giovanni van Bronckhorst were all given their marching orders. When Portugal and the Netherlands met in the Round of 16 at Germany 2006, tempers flared. Subscribe for the latest original content: 🤍 FIFA World Cup | Original Content: 🤍 Germany 2006 | FIFA World Cup: 🤍 Classic #WorldCup stories: 🤍 Get your football fill from FIFA: 👉 🤍 👉 🤍 👉 🤍 👉 🤍 👉 🤍 👉 🤍

Nuremberg - Des images pour l'histoire | ARTE


L'histoire méconnue des archives réunies en 1945 pour prouver les crimes des dignitaires nazis jugés à Nuremberg. Le documentariste Jean-Christophe Klotz signe un récit puissant sur la force et la fragilité des images.  À l'été 1945, les autorités américaines chargent deux jeunes soldats, Budd et Stuart Schulberg, de rassembler des preuves visuelles attestant des crimes nazis, en vue du procès contre vingt-quatre dignitaires du IIIe Reich qui se prépare à Nuremberg. Fils d'un producteur éminent, déjà rompus aux métiers du cinéma, ils doivent (sous l'égide du cinéaste John Ford, chef de l'Office of Strategic Services, OSS) étayer l'accusation du procureur en chef Robert Jackson. En quatre mois d'enquête à haut risque à travers l'Europe dévastée, les Schulberg parviennent à sauver de la destruction des centaines d'heures d'images, en grande partie réalisées par les nazis. Leur équipe de montage travaille ensuite sans relâche pour achever avant l'ouverture du procès, le 21 novembre 1945, des films exposant les atrocités perpétrées après la prise du pouvoir par Hitler, des premiers pogroms au système concentrationnaire, et leur caractère prémédité. Sans l'aide de son frère, qui a repris son travail de scénariste aux États-Unis, Stuart Schulberg est chargé ensuite, parallèlement au Soviétique Roman Karmen, de filmer les grandes étapes de la procédure, une première dans l'histoire de la justice. On ne les laisse tourner que trente-cinq heures de rushes sur plus de dix mois d'audiences, mais les enregistrements sonores de l'intégralité des débats permettront à Stuart de réaliser Nuremberg: its Lesson for Today, documentaire que les autorités américaines, face aux urgences de la guerre froide, décideront finalement d'enterrer en 1948.  Un rôle crucial  Grâce notamment au riche fonds d'archives familiales rassemblé par Sandra Schulberg, la fille de Stuart, qui a également mené à bien la restauration du film oublié de son père, Jean-Christophe Klotz (Kigali, des images contre un massacre, John Ford – L'homme qui inventa l'Amérique) retrace en détail cette mission méconnue. Entremêlant petite et grande histoire, il met en lumière le rôle crucial qu’elle a joué non seulement à Nuremberg, mais aussi dans notre représentation collective de la Shoah et du nazisme. Placées au centre d'un procès qui a jeté les bases du droit international, ces images terribles éclairent les enjeux historiques d'un jour nouveau. Documentaire de Jean-Christophe Klotz (France, 2019, 59mn) Disponible jusqu'au 26/03/2023 Abonnez-vous à la chaîne ARTE 🤍 Suivez-nous sur les réseaux ! Facebook : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍

WW2 "Nuremberg" U.S. Army Restored Film 1948 - REEL History


This U.S. Army documentary of the 1st Nuremberg trials which lasted from November 20, 1945 to October 1, 1946. This was first screened in Germany in November, 1948 and was not released in the U.S. until a restored version was completed by a team in 2016. Using Nazi and allied films, documents, and testimony, “Nuremberg” chronicles the rise of Nazi Germany, its annexation of neighboring countries, military invasions, war crimes, and death camps. This version contains many scenes of war and death that some viewers may find disturbing "REEL HISTORY" - is a new series featured only on this channel to bring back to life (and hopefully to a new audience), original military history films produced during the 20th century... covering topics from all conflicts and branches of the U.S. Military. "REEL HISTORY" covers battles... military personalities... stories of survival and heroism... and broader stories of campaigns and conflicts produced by or for the U.S. Military. All Original footage. The Real History... BECOME A "FOUNDING FATHER" ON OUR NEW PATREON PAGE - Join to find content you can't find anywhere else - Consider becoming a member and joining the history revolution! 🤍 🇺🇸👕🎖️ Find All Of Our Exclusive Patriotic & History-Oriented Merchandise Here - Every Sale Supports The Channel And Keeps Us "On The Air": 🤍 ☕ If you appreciate our content and want to support us further, direct donations are always welcome at: 🤍 PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, CLICK THE 'BELL' ICON FOR ALERTS ON NEW CONTENT - AND SHARE THIS VIDEO TO HELP US GROW AND KEEP HISTORY HAPPENING! 🤍 Some other videos you might like on our Channel: 400 Evolution of the United States Army Uniform: 🤍 Cpl. Freddie Stowers - 1918 Medal Of Honor Moment: 🤍 "Civil War Uniforms of Blue & Grey - The Evolution" Volume 1: 🤍 U.S. Army Battles & History - World War Two - Heroism & Honor: 🤍 Lt. Robert T. Waugh - 1944 Medal Of Honor Moment: 🤍 ✈️🚁⭐ * ONE WAY YOU CAN SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL! If you love military history, and to collect and model the great warbirds of the past - please visit our friends at Air Models in the UK - Each purchase really helps this channel out: 🤍 * #lionheartfilmworks #militaryhistory

Last Words of Nazis and Military Officers before Executions Nuremberg Trial


Last Words of Nazis and Military Officers before Executions Nuremberg Trial After Nazi Germany surrendered, The Allied United States, United Kingdom, the Soviet Union agreed to establish international Military Tribunal. The High Ranking Nazi leaders and Military Officers were tried at Nuremberg trials for Conspiracy, Crimes against peace, War crimes and Crimes against humanity. The 12 Nazi leaders were convicted and sentenced to death by hanging. They were Executed by hanging at Nuremberg Prison. Nazi Germany, World War 2, Germany Surrendered, Nazi leaders, Nazi SS and SA Officers, Nazi concentration camps, Joachim von Ribbentrop, Wilhelm Keitel, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Alfred Rosenberg, Hans Frank, Wilhelm Frick, Julius Streicher, Fritz Sauckel, Alfred Jodl, Arthur Seyss-Inquart, Hermann Göring, Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, Bormann, Untold Past Stories, World History, The Past Quest #ww2 #worldwar2 This video is for teaching, educational and informational purposes. I can assure that none of my content is directed towards hurting anyone's feelings, beliefs and philosophies. All photos, videos used to make this content are only for educational purposes. The photo, songs, video I used to make this content it belong to their respective owners. given appropriate Attribution for used image and music. If you have any concerns, suggestion, complaint contact mail id: amolkar09🤍

Nuremberg Sentences - Alec Baldwin (2000)


Nuremberg Sentences - Alec Baldwin (2000) The London Agreement, which was signed by Great Britain, the United States, France, and the Soviet Union on August 8, 1945, established the procedures for the IMT and was intended to ensure that nearly all German citizens learned about the trial. This document required each occupying power to publicize information about the trial within their respective zone of occupation in Germany. The London Agreement mandated that news of the tribunal be published and broadcast throughout Germany, going so far as to make provisions for German prisoners to receive news of the trial proceedings. To fulfill these requirements, American authorities reestablished a German press to report on the proceedings at Nuremberg, erected billboards depicting photographs of Nazi atrocities, and commissioned films to document the horrors of concentration camps. This extensive effort to spread information about the Holocaust and German war crimes was necessary because most Germans either denied ever supporting the Nazi Party or echoed the common refrain that “wir konnten nichts tun” (we could do nothing) when presented with a list of German atrocities. This claim blatantly ignored the fact that a majority of Germans had either actively or passively supported Hitler, voted in favor of him or his conservative allies, and generally stood by as more than 500,000 of their Jewish neighbors were persecuted and more than 150,000 of them were shipped to hundreds of concentration camps across Germany. If Germans needed more evidence of their government’s crimes, they needed only to observe the millions of malnourished foreign slave laborers forced to work in German factories and on German farms. When German civilians saw that their denials had little effect on Allied sentiments, they attempted to downplay the severity of German atrocities instead. American war correspondent Margaret Bourke-White reported how after some Germans viewed images of concentration camps, they responded by saying “Why get so excited about it, after [the Allies] bombing innocent women and children?” With the food and housing situation dire in most German cities and millions of soldiers and civilians dead from the fighting, the majority of former citizens of the Third Reich preferred to focus on their own suffering. While interned in a Soviet prisoner of war camp, Major Siegfried Knappe and the other German prisoners of war received daily reports about the progress of the IMT. “We learned the details of the Nazi extermination camps and finally began to accept them as true rather than just Russian propaganda,” wrote Knappe. The former officer explained in his memoir that he only began to believe accounts of the evidence presented at the trial “when it became clear that the Western Allies as well as Russia were prosecuting the Germans responsible.” Knappe realized that “as a professional soldier, I could not escape my share of the guilt, because without us Hitler could not have done the horrible things he had done; but as a human being, I felt no guilt, because I had no part in or knowledge of the things he had done.” Many German soldiers’ postwar writings echoed similar denials about German atrocities. The Allies attempted to persuade Germans of their guilt by forcing them to tour concentration camps, watch newsreel footage of Nazi crimes, and purge their libraries of Nazi materials. The real problem, however, was that every German adult who had not actively resisted Nazi rule bore some responsibility for the regime’s crimes. By accepting the legitimacy and verdicts of the IMT, German civilians, soldiers, and former government officials thought they could acknowledge that their country had committed horrific crimes but place all of the blame on a handful of Nazi leaders. Though the trial failed to convince all Germans of their responsibility for initiating World War II and the Holocaust in Europe, it forged a tentative consensus about the criminality of Hitler’s rule.

The Nuremberg Trials (1945)


Full title reads: "The Nuremberg Trials" Nuremberg, Germany. VS Court Assembling. MS Lord Chief Justice Geoffrey Lawrence opening court. Intercut with shots of German Nazi leaders as the indictment is read. Goering is listening on headphones, Hess is gazing around the room. LS Goering attempting to make speech. MS Hermann Goering, Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel, Dr Wilhelm Frick, Striecher, Dr Walter Funk, Schacht, Admiral Raeder, Gaulitier Seyss-Inquart, Dr Albert Speer, Shirach, Joachim Von Ribbentrop, Rudolf Hess, declaring themselves not guilty (not in this order). Rear shots of Justice Jackson reading indictment. Various shots of War Criminals in various attitudes Rear shots of Major Coogan reading indictment. Various shots of War Criminals in various attitudes. Various Court Scenes including shots of American Military Police Guard. FILM ID:1171.01 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. 🤍 FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT 🤍 British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. 🤍



(31 Dec 1936) Long and close shots of Hitler on dais ranting. Elevated shots of people stripped to the waist with spades. Elevated panning shots over assembled Nazis. Close shot of Nazi Emblem. Elevated shots of Nazis applauding. Hitler on platform with Emblem on the front. He rants and salutes shouting "Zeig Heil". Elevated night shots of Nazis marching. goose stepping past camera. Elevated shots of Nazis en mass and Hitler walking through ranks. CU Nazi flag flying. Hitler standing alongside. Elevated shots of troops marching past Hitler - Night shots troops carrying flaming torches and banners. Close shot Hitler in uniform - ranting. Elevated shots over crowds. Shots of Nazi boys listening and applauding. Close shots of Nazi banners flying. Hitler youth - girls listening. Elevated shots overlooking crowds. SOUND. Hitler/Crowds. #Nuremberg #Hitler Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 ​​ Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍

Execution of Wilhelm Keitel - Nazi Field Marshal & War Criminal - Nuremberg Trials - World War 2


Wilhelm Keitel was born on the 22nd of September 1882 in the village of Helmscherode, then part of the German Empire and in 1901 he joined the Prussian army as an artillery officer. The First World War began on the 28th of July 1914. Keitel, who served on the western front as a battery commander and then staff officer, was seriously wounded by a shrapnel grenade in Flanders in 1914. After his recovery, thanks to his organizational skills, he served in the Army General Staff from the spring of 1915. The First World War ended on the 11th of November 1918. In the new Weimar Republic, which was the government of Germany from 1918 to 1933, Keitel was retained in the newly created Reichswehr and played a part in organizing the paramilitary Freikorps units. In 1924, Wilhelm Keitel was transferred to the Ministry of the Reichswehr in Berlin. Keitel, then a colonel, served in the Truppenamt – an agency which concealed the existence of the proscribed German Army General Staff. Wilhelm Keitel played a crucial role in the German rearmament. Wilhelm Keitel became Hitler’s loyal “ yes-man “ willing to do everything the Führer demanded of him. In 1935 Wilhelm Keitel was appointed the head of the Armed Forces Office at the Reich Ministry of High Command was led by Wilhelm Keitel as Chief with the rank of a Reich Minister, which essentially made him the second most powerful person in the Armed Forces' hierarchy only after Hitler himself. Wilhelm Keitel also agreed with Adolf Hitler’s plans to redraw the postwar international borders which the Nazis considered unfair and illegitimate. On the 12th of March 1938, German troops entered Austria, and one day later, Austria was incorporated into Germany. Thousands turned out to greet Adolf Hitler. For his participation in the annexation, which became known as the Anschluss and was the Nazi German regime’s first act of territorial aggression and expansion, Wilhelm Keitel was awarded the Anschluss Medal. World War 2 started on the 1st of September 1939 when Germany invaded Poland. Wilhelm Keitel was involved in planning of the invasion and was fully aware of its criminal nature as mass arrests, population transfers and mass murders had been planned long before. The German invasion of France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands started on the 10th of May 1940 and became known as the Battle of France. These countries, along with France were conquered within 6 weeks. After Germany defeated France, Keitel described Hitler as “the greatest warlord of all time”. Shortly after, Wilhelm Keitel was promoted to the rank of field marshal. From April 1941, Keitel issued and signed a series of criminal orders allowing the execution of Jews, civilians and non-combatants for any reason. During the upcoming months, Wilhelm Keitel was busy drawing up plans for the invasion of the Soviet Union which became known as Operation Barbarossa. Operation Barbarossa began on Sunday the 22nd of June 1941. In September the same year, Keitel issued an order to all commanders stating that the soldiers on the Eastern Front had to use "unusual severity" to stamp out resistance and a response to a loss of one German soldier was the execution of 50 to 100 "Communists". He also drafted the "Night and Fog" decree that allowed German authorities to abduct suspected members of the resistance by night, so that they effectively vanished without a trace. In addition, Keitel also signed orders authorizing reprisals against the families of Allied volunteers. On the 20th of July 1944, Claus von Stauffenberg and other conspirators attempted to assassinate Hitler. After the bomb had exploded, Keitel personally led the wounded Hitler out of the room. Adolf Hitler committed suicide on the 30th of April 1945. On the night of the 8th of May 1945, Wilhelm Keitel signed the definitive German Instrument of Surrender which was the legal document that effected the unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany on all fronts and ended World War II in Europe In the end, justice finally caught up with Keitel when he was arrested by the allies and tried at the Nuremberg Trials which were held against representatives of the defeated Nazi Germany. On the 1st of October 1946 the International Military tribunal found Wilhelm Keitel guilty on all four counts and sentenced him to death by hanging. He was 64 years old when he was executed on the 16th of October 1946. Disclaimer: All opinions and comments below are from members of the public and do not reflect the views of World History channel. We do not accept promoting violence or hatred against individuals or groups based on attributes such as: race, nationality, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation. World History has right to review the comments and delete them if they are deemed inappropriate. ► CLICK the SUBSCRIBE button for more interesting clips: 🤍 #worldwar2 #nazigermany #adolfhitler

Nuremberg - Lies and Hoess


This is a clip from a film called "Nuremberg" that follows the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg. In this section, lawyers from the US and Great Britain interrogate a number of war criminals, including the commandant of Auschwitz, Rudolf Hoess. The clip concludes with a commentary on American racism by Goerring.

Nuremberg Germany 4K


Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany 4K (Nürnberg, Bayern, Deutschland). Short cinematic travel video of the highlights and main sights of this historic German city. Includes the castle, churches, streets and main square. Gear Sony A7iii + Samyang 18mm F2.8 lens Zhiyun Weebill s gimbal Edited in Davinci Resolve Music Land of Freedom by Kikoru Yoda by Experia Never Stop Reaching for the Stars by Airae Licenced from Epidemic Sounds. Sign up using this link to support this channel 🤍 Photography 🤍 🤍

Nuremberg Executions 1946 - What Happened to the Bodies?


The secret US Army operation to dispose of the bodies of the war criminals executed at Nuremberg. Visit my new audio book channel 'War Stories with Mark Felton': 🤍 Help support my channel: 🤍 🤍 Disclaimer: All opinions and comments expressed in the 'Comments' section do not reflect the opinions of Mark Felton Productions. All opinions and comments should contribute to the dialogue. Mark Felton Productions does not condone written attacks, insults, racism, sexism, extremism, violence or otherwise questionable comments or material in the 'Comments' section, and reserves the right to delete any comment violating this rule or to block any poster from the channel.

Great performance - Brian Cox (Nuremberg 2000) 01


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10 Things to do in Nuremberg, Germany travel guide


Join as we visit Nuremberg, Germany on a trip to wander around with the aim of doing the best things in Nuremberg. As the second largest city in Bavaria, Nürnberg has a lot offer in terms of castles, museums and unique cuisine worth sampling. As a very walkable and tourist friendly city you can cover most attractions in Nuremberg in just a day or two making it a perfect weekend retreat. We honestly arrived without the highest of expectations but we left feeling as though we wanted to spend extra time in Nuremberg. Now let's see what this fascinating city in Germany has to offer a first time visitor. 10 Things to do in Nuremberg City Tour | Germany Travel Guide: Intro - 00:00 1) St. Lorenz Gothic Church (St. Lawrence Church in Nuremberg) 2) Rings for Good Luck (Nürnberg Schöner Brunnen) 3) Nuremberg Castle (Nürnberger Burg) 4) Sinwell Tower + Deep Well (Sinwellturm) 5) Nürnberger Rostbratwurst - Eating Nuremberg Sausage at Bratwursthäusle 6) Underground Tunnels (Förderverein Nürnberger Felsengänge) 7) Pretty Street (Weissgerbergasse) 8) Albrecht Durer's House (Albrecht-Dürer-Haus) 9) Bridge and Hospital (Heilig-Geist-Spital) 10) The Documentation Center Nazi Party Rallying Grounds (Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände) GEAR WE USE Olympus OM-D E-M5 II: 🤍 Canon G7X: 🤍 Olympus 14-150mm II Lens: 🤍 Rode Video Mic GO: 🤍 Joby Gorilla Pod: 🤍 SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro: 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA & TRAVEL BLOGS AUDREY: blog: 🤍 instagram: 🤍 facebook: 🤍 twitter: 🤍 SAMUEL: blog: 🤍 facebook: 🤍 twitter: 🤍 instagram: 🤍 Our visit Nuremberg travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (Nuremberg Bratwurst, beer and pretzels), top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting castles, churches and museums. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won't find in a typical Nuremberg tourism brochure, Nuremberg itinerary or Nuremberg, Germany city tour. 10 Things to do in Nuremberg, Germany travel guide video transcript: We started our day by taking the U-bahn to the centre of town and getting off at Lorenzkirche. This put us on the south bank of the Pegnitz River, where we took the opportunity to browse some markets before visiting St Lorenz Church. This is a beautiful gothic church complete with pointed vaults, stained glass windows, and sculptures. From there we walked across one of the city’s many bridges and continued on to the Beautiful Fountain (yes, that’s the name), searching for a bit of good luck. One of Nuremberg’s most famed attractions is the Imperial Castle located in the northwest end of the Old Town. The castle is a testament to the power of the Holy Roman Empire during the middle ages. And we couldn’t come all the way to Nuremberg and not try the famed Nuremberger sausage! We went to Bratwursthäusle, right in the heart of the Old Town by St Sebaldus Church. Later that afternoon we went into Nuremberg’s deep underground on a tour of the historic beer cellars. Nuremberg has been a beer brewing city for centuries. While in town, we also took a walk down Weißgerbergasse, which may just be one of the prettiest streets in Nuremberg. This curved cobbled street is lined with half-timbered houses. Albrecht Dürer’s one time home is now a museum dedicated to his life and work. He was a German Renaissance artist across many mediums, but he is best known for revolutionizing printmaking and elevating it as an art form. At certain times of day, they offer a guided tour with an actress who plays the role of Agnes Dürer, the artist’s wife. The bridge we were looking for is the Heilig-Geist-Spital, or the Holy Spirit Hospital. It’s not a bridge in the usual sense of the word, rather a medieval building that sits across part of the Pegnitz River. On a more serious note, we couldn’t leave Nuremberg without also visiting the Dokuzentrum, also known as the The Documentation Center Nazi Party Rallying Grounds. And that’s a wrap for a our guide to Nuremberg, Germany. If you have any other suggestions of cool things to do in Nuremberg, feel free to share those with fellow travellers in the comments below. This is part of our Travel in Germany video series showcasing German food, German culture and German cuisine. Music: Love Mode by Joakim Karud 🤍

Nuremberg, Germany Walking Tour (4k Ultra HD 60fps) – With Captions


Please also check our new channel: 🤍AdventureHunterTV We recorded this 4k ultra hd video during our trip to Nuremberg, Germany on June 2019. Nuremberg is the second-largest city of the German federal state of Bavaria and it's the 14th largest city in Germany. It is remembered as the site of the 1930's Nazi Party Rallies, the Allied bombings during the war, and the post-war Nuremberg trials. Our guided walking tour is about 2.3 miles (3.7 km) long, starts at Royal Craftsmen Courtyard, ends at St. Jacob's Church and covers most attractions and historic sites of Nuremberg Old Town. Video Timeline Links: 00:00 - Nuremberg, Germany Walking Tour Intro 01:04 - City Walls and Moat 01:44 - Royal Craftsmen Courtyard 02:43 - Tower of Our Lady 07:17 - Granary and Toll Hall 10:45 - Saint Lawrence Church 14:31 - Holy Spirit Hospital 16:43 - Nuremberg Main Square 17:24 - Church of Our Lady 18:37 - The Beautiful Fountain 23:22 - Fembo House City Museum 29:27 - Imperial Castle of Nuremberg 37:25 - Castle Garden 45:26 - Animal Garden Gate Square 46:40 - Albrecht Durer's House 53:33 - Saint Sebald Church 1:02:18 - White Tanners' Lane 1:06:07 - Chain Bridge 1:12:02 - Hangman's Bridge 1:21:41 - White Tower 1:23:56 - St. Jacob's Church Let's connect: ►Subscribe: 🤍 ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►E-mail: bookinghuntertv🤍 Enjoy our 4K ultra HD videos! #Nuremberg #Germany #Walkingtour #4kvideo

Waffen-SS Soldiers Guarded the Nuremberg Trials


Unbelievable but true - an entire unit of former Waffen-SS Grenadiers were retrained and deployed by the Americans to help guard the Nuremberg Trials in 1946-49. Dr. Mark Felton is a well-known British historian, the author of 22 non-fiction books, including bestsellers 'Zero Night' and 'Castle of the Eagles', both currently being developed into movies in Hollywood. He has written extensively on Japanese war crimes, POW camps, Nazi war criminals, the Holocaust, famous escapes, Hitler and other Nazi leaders. In addition to writing, Mark also appears regularly in television documentaries around the world, including on The History Channel, Netflix, National Geographic, Quest, American Heroes Channel and RMC Decouverte. His books have formed the background to several TV and radio documentaries. More information about Mark can be found at: 🤍 Visit my audio book channel 'War Stories with Mark Felton': 🤍 Help support my channel: 🤍 🤍 Disclaimer: All opinions and comments expressed in the 'Comments' section do not reflect the opinions of Mark Felton Productions. All opinions and comments should contribute to the dialogue. Mark Felton Productions does not condone written attacks, insults, racism, sexism, extremism, violence or otherwise questionable comments or material in the 'Comments' section, and reserves the right to delete any comment violating this rule or to block any poster from the channel.

Execution of Alfred Jodl - Hitler's Nazi General & War Criminal - Nuremberg Trials - World War 2


Execution of Alfred Jodl - Hitler's Nazi General & War Criminal - Nuremberg Trials - World War 2. Alfred Jodl was born out of wedlock on the 10th of May 1890. In July 1910 Alfred Jodl joined the 4th Field Artillery Regiment of the Bavarian Army. In the following year he was assigned to the military school in Munich and in October 1912, he was promoted to lieutenant. The First World War began on the 28th of July 1914 and ended on the 11th of November 1918 when the German leaders signed the armistice in the Compiègne Forest in France. The introduction of new weapons like the machine gun and gas warfare led to the enormous losses and the war claimed the lives of ten million soldiers. Property and industry losses were catastrophic. As a result, the victorious powers imposed a series of treaties upon the defeated powers. Among the treaties, the 1919 Treaty of Versailles held Germany responsible for starting the war and liable for massive material damages. In the new Weimar Republic Alfred Jodl continued his career as a professional soldier. Alfred Jodl was significantly involved in secretly planning, reorganizing, and eventually enlarging the German army in direct violation of the Treaty of Versailles. Even after Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party came into power in January 1933, German rearmament despite its scale, remained a largely covert operation, carried out using front organizations such as glider clubs for training pilots, sporting clubs, and Nazi SA militia groups for teaching infantry combat techniques. One of the main objectives of the Nazi regime was to redraw the map of post-World War I Europe. After the Anschluss, as the annexation of the Federal State of Austria into the German Reich became known, Alfred Jodl was transferred to Linz in annexed Austria to take charge of the 44th artillery regiment as a commander. On the 23rd of August 1939, just one week before the German invasion of Poland, Adolf Hitler had appointed Jodl Chief of the Operations Staff of German Armed Forces High Command. World War 2 started on the 1st of September 1939 when Germany invaded Poland. Alfred Jodl acted as a chief of staff during the invasion of Denmark and Norway which was codenamed Operation Weserübung. Alfred Jodl was then busy drawing up plans for the invasion of the Soviet Union which became known as Operation Barbarossa. Jodl was also involved in drafting the “Commissar order” which he had signed on the 6th of June, 1941, less than 3 weeks before Operation Barbarossa began. Jodl also signed the “Commando Order” which ordered and authorized the killing of enemy special operations troops. The allied commandos were to be killed without trial, even when captured in uniform or if they attempted to surrender. On the 20th of July 1944, Claus von Stauffenberg and other conspirators attempted to assassinate Hitler. Alfred Jodl was present in the Wolf's Lair field headquarters, and he was slightly injured when the bomb exploded. Following regional surrenders of German forces in Europe, Karl Dönitz, who briefly succeeded Hitler as head of state, sent Alfred Jodl to sign the surrender which was limited to only those forces still fighting the Western Allies. However, American General Dwight Eisenhower demanded complete surrender of all German forces including those fighting in the East. If this demand had not been met, Eisenhower was prepared to seal off the Western front, preventing Germans from fleeing to the West in order to surrender, thereby leaving them in the hands of the advancing Soviet forces. Dönitz ordered Jodl to sign which he did on behalf of the German Armed Forces High Command on the 7th of May 1945 in Reims, France. After the war, Alfred Jodl was arrested by the British Troops on the 23rd of May 1945 and tried at the Nuremberg Trials which were held against representatives of the defeated Nazi Germany. On the 1st of October 1946 the International Military tribunal found Alfred Jodl guilty on all four counts and sentenced him to death by hanging. Disclaimer: All opinions and comments below are from members of the public and do not reflect the views of World History channel. We do not accept promoting violence or hatred against individuals or groups based on attributes such as: race, nationality, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation. World History has right to review the comments and delete them if they are deemed inappropriate. ► CLICK the SUBSCRIBE button for more interesting clips: 🤍 #worldhistory #hitler #worldwar2

NÜRBURGRING CRASH COMPILATION 2022 - Nordschleife Touristenfahrten Fails & Racing Crashes 2022


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Le procès de Nuremberg (1945)


Le 20 novembre 1945, à peine la Seconde Guerre Mondiale terminée, le plus grand procès de l’Histoire s’ouvre dans le palais de justice de Nuremberg en Allemagne. 21 des plus hauts dirigeants nazis sont sur le banc des accusés et s’apprêtent à comparaître devant un tribunal militaire international. Cette série, écrite et réalisée par l'INA, en collaboration avec la RTS, utilise les archives audiovisuelles comme outil pédagogique pour mieux comprendre un événement de l'histoire. Abonnez-vous aux archives de la Radio Télévision Suisse: Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Les archives RTS sont disponibles à la vente pour les professionnels de l’audiovisuel, des médias et des institutions. Contact: b2b🤍 Retrouvez la Radio Télévision Suisse: YouTube: 🤍 Site: 🤍

Nuremberg: Goering's Last Stand


This is a docudrama produced by Channel 4 concerning Hermann Goering's last days at the Nuremberg Trial (1945-46). The chief american prosecutor at the Trial was Robert H. Jackson .

Hermann Göring (Brian Cox) - You Are A Jew (Scene From "Nuremberg")


Hermann Göring (played by the great Brian Cox) puts down a Jew in the greatest scene in the TV-mini series "Nuremberg" I don't claim to own anything, this is fair use and is only up for educational purposes.

Nuremberg in 5 minutes 😉 Travel Guide for Nuremberg


Nuremberg. The medieval old town: Absolutely worth seeing. Our travel guide presents many sights of the city Nuremberg in Germany. For hotel: 🤍 👍 The Kaiserburg is the landmark of Nuremberg. A walk under the old town is also possible. And we recommend the visit of the Nazi Reich Party Rally Grounds in Nuremberg. All highlights now in the video. Nuremberg in 5 minutes. #theTravellers #Nuremberg #Nürnberg #Germany Recommended stay: min 2 days - WATCH. BOOK. TRAVEL. HOTEL* ► 🤍 TRAIN/BUS/FLIGHT* ► 🤍 RENTAL CAR* ► 🤍 - CHECK YOUR FLIGHT RIGHTS IN 5 MINUTES EUclaim* ► 🤍 - VLOGGING EQUIPMENT MAVIC AIR DRONE* ► 🤍 CANON EOS 750D* ► 🤍 CANON LENS 15-85mm* ► 🤍 MICROPHONE* ► 🤍 ACTIONCAM ROLLEI 430* ► 🤍 SMARTPHONE SAMUNG GALAXY S9+* ► 🤍 - WORLD OF TRAVELLERS: YOUTUBE ► 🤍 FACEBOOK ► 🤍 INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 TWITTER ► 🤍 WEB ► 🤍 - MUSIC: Secret Conversations - The 126ers Space_Lady Uh_Oh From_the_Fall Parisian_Funk Warm_Water Rubber_Ducky Torrance_Sunset Christmas_Village All music in this video are free for download with permission for commercial use. - ABOUT US: CENGIZ ► 🤍 THOMAS ► 🤍 - CONTACT: MAIL ► theTravellers[at] - The links marked with * are affiliate links. If a transaction is made via one of these links, theTravellers will get a commission. There are no additional costs for you. Where, when and how you buy a product or book your trip is of course up to you.

A walking tour of Nuremberg, (Nürnberg) Germany in 2022 | Full HD with Original City Sounds


Here, I am taking a relaxing walk in Nuremberg Germany. Enjoy this City Walk in Nuremberg, Germany with me. I really loved the walking trails here. It's so soothing to have this beautiful Germany walk within a massive city. For better experience, listen it with headphones for a completely immersive surround sound. There wasn't a planned destination. This was just a Nuremberg walking tour aimlessly through this city. Sounds good for entertainment. Let's walk together! Nuremberg is the second-largest city of the German state of Bavaria after its capital Munich, and its 518,370 (2019) inhabitants make it the 14th-largest city in Germany. Nuremberg is particularly known for its historical sights such as Nuremberg Castle and the walled old town. Due to its location, the city has been an important trading center since the Middle Ages. This heritage is still visible and tangible today. #nuremberg #germany #german #nürnberg #bavaria #walkingtour WATCH NEXT: 1. Hanover walking tour 🤍 2. Berlin Boat tour 🤍 3. Goslar walking tour 🤍 4. Berlin walking tour 🤍 I hope you enjoy and feel relax while watching this wonderful tour. If you enjoy my work and want to discover more content about walking tours, kindly consider subscribing to my channel.

Christopher Plummer in Nuremberg, Infamy on Trial


Christopher Plummer in Nuremberg, reading the words of Hermann Friedrich Graebe.

Nuremberg Germany Summer Tour 2022 || Things to do in Nuremberg


Nuremberg is the second-largest city of the German state of Bavaria after its capital Munich, and its 518,370 (2019) inhabitants make it the 14th-largest city in Germany. On the Pegnitz River (from its confluence with the Rednitz in Fürth onwards: Regnitz, a tributary of the River Main) and the Rhine–Main–Danube Canal, it lies in the Bavarian administrative region of Middle Franconia, and is the largest city and the unofficial capital of Franconia. Nuremberg forms with the neighbouring cities of Fürth, Erlangen and Schwabach a continuous conurbation with a total population of 800,376 (2019), which is the heart of the urban area region with around 1.4 million inhabitants,[ while the larger Nuremberg Metropolitan Region has approximately 3.6 million inhabitants. nuremberg germany summer tour 2022. things to do in nureberg. nuremberg germany, nuremberg, things to do in nuremberg, nuremberg travel guide, nuremberg attractions, nuremberg city guide, nuremberg guide, nuremberg things to do, nuremberg what to do, nuremberg city tour, nürnberg, nuremberg castle, nuremberg tourism, nuremberg trip, visit nuremberg, nuremberg itinerary, nuremberg vlog, nuremberg city, nuremberg bratwurst, nuremberg old town, nuremberg museum, nürnberger burg bavaria, germany, travel, nuremberg germany tour, life of west. Nuremberg germany 4k. nuremberg germany, nuremberg walking tour. nuremberg germany airport. nuremberg germany food. nuremberg germany nightlife. nuremberg weather. nuremberg germany history. #nuremberg #germany #city #nürnberg #beautifuldestinations travel vlog, nuremberg travel guide, nuremberg guide , nuremberg travel, nuremberg old town, things to do in nuremberg, nuremberg city tour, nuremberg city, nuremberg vlog, nuremberg attractions, living in germany, living abroad, nuremberg trip, europe travel, nuremberg castle, travel vlog 2022, europe travel 2022, nuremberg travel vlog, Day tour from Munich

Nazi Congress in Nuremberg, Germany (1936) | British Pathé


Crowds of people gather at a Nazi rally in Nuremberg, Germany in 1936 to watch Adolf Hitler speak 3 years prior to World War II. For Archive Licensing Enquiries Visit: 🤍 Explore Our Online Channel For FULL Documentaries, Fascinating Interviews & Classic Movies: 🤍 #BritishPathé #History #WWII #Germany #Axis Subscribe to the British Pathé YT Channel: 🤍 (FILM ID:893.01) Item title reads - Nazi Congress. Wild enthusiasm at Nuremberg. Nuremberg, Germany. L/S as cars drive past crowds of people. L/S as huge crowds do the fascist salute as Adolf Hitler gets out of the car. L/S of troops marching past Hitler who is saluting. They all line up and crowds applaud. M/S of children listening to Hitler speaking. C/U of lines of sailors listening. M/S of young boys with drums. L/S of masses of troops lined up and applauding. Good M/S profile of Hitler speaking passionately. Various shots of young people saluting and singing German song whilst waving fascist flags with swastikas on them. BRITISH PATHÉ'S STORY Before television, people came to movie theatres to watch the news. British Pathé was at the forefront of cinematic journalism, blending information with entertainment to popular effect. Over the course of a century, it documented everything from major armed conflicts and seismic political crises to the curious hobbies and eccentric lives of ordinary people. If it happened, British Pathé filmed it. Now considered to be the finest newsreel archive in the world, British Pathé is a treasure trove of 85,000 films unrivalled in their historical and cultural significance. British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. 🤍

Exploring Nuremberg Old Town | GERMANY TRAVEL VLOG 🇩🇪


Nuremberg, Germany is a charming medieval city in the heart of Bavaria. Nuremberg Old Town is a delight to lovers of history and traditional German food! We only had 24 hours but we loved every second. What we did: - Walked Nuremberg Old Town - Königstrasse - Explore Craftsman's Courtyard - Monument to German WWII Refugees - St Lawrence Church - Holy Ghost Hospital - Hauptmarkt - Imperial Castle - Eat Bavarian Pretzel, Nurnberger Sausages, and Lebkuchen * We're Nik and Allie, a U.S. based couple with a love of travel and adventure on a 6-month sabbatical through Europe and Asia. We publish new videos twice a week. Please SUBSCRIBE to follow along: 🤍 Get our free ebook on how to take a sabbatical! 🤍 Vlog #28 on our 6-month sabbatical #awaytogether#6monthsawaytogether

O que fazer em Nuremberg na Alemanha - Vlog de viagem na Europa


#Nuremberg #Alemanha #Viajar Em Nuremberg visitamos o Kaiserburg que é o castelo de Nuremberg, a Hauptmarkt onde esta a Schöner Brunnen e a Frauenkirche. Também visitamos outros locais incríveis como Handwerkerhof e provamos diversas comidas típicas como a deliciosa bratwurst. 🇩🇪 GUIA E ROTEIRO PELA ALEMANHA Com dicas de todas as cidades que visitamos reunidas em um só lugar para você levar pra onde quiser. BAIXE AGORA ⬇️ 🤍 APROVEITE! Um roteiro detalhado, dicas de hotéis, ingressos, onde comer e muito mais...Tudo nas principais cidades alemãs: Munique, Nuremberg, Frankfurt, Rothenburg, Colônia, Berlim e ainda Zugspitze e Castelo de Neuschwanstein. SORAT HOTEL SAXX 🏨🤍 ALUGUEL DE CARRO 🚗em até 12x sem juros e sem IOF! 🤍 INTERNET ILIMITADA 📲🤍 INSTAGRAM 🤍 🤍 NOSSAS CÂMERAS ☛ Canon M50 ☛ Canon G7X ☛ GoPro Hero6 Black ☛ DJI Osmo Pocket * Músicas por Epidemic Sound *

What Happened to the Third Reich After World War 2 | Nuremberg


After the atrocities of World War II, the world was hungry for justice. The crimes committed against the Jewish community, and the enormous loss of life around the globe were unthinkable. After VE Day and the subsequent surrender of Japan, everyone was wondering how members of the Nazi party would be held accountable. Never before in history had any trials been held for international war criminals, and there were many hurdles to overcome in the pursuit of justice. Hello and welcome back to Nutty History. Today we’re going to talk about what really happened at the Nuremberg trials. Chapter Timestamps 0:00 Intro to mid-roll ads 0:37 Straight to Execution? 1:35 International Conundrum 2:47 Nuremberg 3:29 The Major War Criminals’ Trial 6:26 Subsequent Nuremberg Proceedings 8:12 How the World Changed More Nutty History 🥜 😧 What it was Like: 🤍 Thank you so much for watching our video! We really love the support that you all bring to each and every video ❤️ Don't click this 👉 🤍 #ww2 #NuttyHistory #nazis

Nuremberg in the days after having been taken by the U.S. Army, April 1945


This footage was shot in the city of Nuremberg, probably by the end of April 1945, maybe only a few days after Nuremberg was taken by units of the U.S. Army. The battle for Nuremberg lasted five days. The capture of Nuremberg by units of the 7th U.S. Army was of high symbolic value; strategically, the largely destroyed Nuremberg was not of particular importance in this phase of the war. The military defense of Nuremberg was hopeless due to the overall situation and the superiority of the US Army. The execution of the Nero command was not possible any more, so that important infrastructure was preserved. Music track "Ground Zero" by courtesy of Antoine Marsaud Spotify: 🤍 iTunes Music: 🤍 0:00 The citizens of Nuremberg stand in line for fresh water 0:32 Paramedics bring an injured German soldier. Who can say anything about his rank? 1:53 Färbertor 2:49 US Army soldier making announcement to the Nurembergers 3:24 Färberstraße 4:16 Gauhaus 4:20 Neptunbrunnen 5:08 Covered Schöner Brunnen Subscribe to chronoshistory: 🤍 Find more impressive videos in our playlist "Spirit of Liberation": 🤍 Footage in original color and HD before restoring for the documentary “Spirit of Liberation" (Kronos Media, 2016) Watch here the new restored pictures in our film trailer: 🤍

Welcome to the city of Nuremberg one of Germany most beautiful cities 4K Meditation Music #Nuremberg


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Top 10 Nuremberg | Nuremberg Germany | Nuremberg 4K | Nuremberg Castle | StLawrence church Nuremberg


I spent 3 days in Nuremberg Germany visiting most sights I choose for you the very top 10 sights worth seeing in Nuremberg Hello everyone, thank you for watching this video about Top 10 Nuremberg Nuremberg Germany Nuremberg 4K Nuremberg Castle Germany, feedback and comments are welcome :) In this video Top 10 Nuremberg Germany we will get acquainted with one of the most amazing cities in the world with its rich culture and history Nuremberg is one of the most popular tourist cities in Germany, Nuremberg is one of the pearls of of the Romantic Road. I will share the most interesting facts Top 10 Nuremberg Germany its history and top 10 attractions in Nuremberg including Nuremberg Castle, Nuremberg bridges and Nuremberg fountains, St Lawrence church and more. Hope you enjoy this video about Top 10 Nuremberg Nuremberg Germany Nuremberg Cathedral Nuremberg Castle Check out my other videos about Germany: Top 10 Ulm Germany: 🤍 ┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅ Teller of the Tales Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍 Main Playlists: • Artists: 🤍 • World Music: 🤍 • Moods: 🤍 ┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅ Music: "VOICE OF PRAYER" by "Noel Malekar" Video Link: 🤍 Channel Link: 🤍 Follow on : Instagram - 🤍 Soundcloud - 🤍 ┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅ –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Love Rain by Thomas Gresen 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 🎵 Track Info: Title: Love Rain by Thomas Gresen Genre and Mood: Ambient + Calm ——— 🎧 Available on: Spotify: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Deezer: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 SoundCloud: 🤍 YouTube Music: 🤍 ——— 😊 Contact the Artist: Thomas Gresen: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 ——— –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Morning by KV 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 🎵 Track Info: Title: Morning by KV Genre and Mood: Hip Hop & Rap + Calm ——— 🎧 Available on: Spotify: 🤍 Deezer: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 SoundCloud: 🤍 YouTube Music: 🤍 ——— 😊 Contact the Artist: KV: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 ——— #nuremberg #germany #bavaria #europe #top10

Front Row Seat at the Nuremberg Trials, November 1945


In this Museum oral history clip, Paul Spencer remembers his time as an officer of the court in Nuremberg, Germany at the Nazi war crimes trials. Spencer's duty was keeping peace in the court, but he also spent time talking to the defendants.

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