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Scenes of devastation in Nuremberg, Germany following air bombardment by Allied aircraft
Bomb damage in Nuremberg, Germany. Twisted steel structure as seen through window of a building. Destroyed buildings and debris in the city. (World War II period). Location: Nuremberg Germany. Date: May 15, 1945.
Defence of Canada
Series of shots of facade of Nuremberg courthouse, including ZOOM INs to MS of second story windows.
1934 WWII Nazi Germnay
b&w pre WWII - cut sequence with sound - Nuremberg Rally, Nazi Germany - up angle moving pov past hanging Nazi banners, w/s Nuremberg street with crowds cheering Adolf Hitler who is standing in open car, up angle pan building decorated with flags and garlands and people in windows, high angle down to parade, high angle down to full grandstands, two lines of drummers, high angle down to soldiers marching in street, pan grandstand as people rise and salute
Adolf Hitler, in a car, travels through streets of Nuremberg and German SA troops marching, in Germany.
German civilians welcome Adolf Hitler in Nuremberg, Germany. Swastika signs. Adolf Hitler, ruler of Germany, in a car, travels through streets of Nuremberg as civilians lean from windows to cheer him. Banners and decorations float from the buildings of the city. A band plays musical instruments. German Sturmabteilung (SA) troops marching on the street passing before Hitler who stands in his car. Location: Nuremberg Germany. Date: 1934.
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Germany Nuremberg
AP-APTN-0930: Germany Nuremberg Saturday, 20 November 2010 STORY:Germany Nuremberg- REPLAY Preview of the 65th anniversary of the Nuremberg trials LENGTH: 03:52 FIRST RUN: 0130 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: German/Nat SOURCE: VARIOUS STORY NUMBER: 665780 DATELINE: Nuremberg/Ludwigsburg - 18 Nov 2010/FILE LENGTH: 03:52 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY NUREMBERG CITY ARCHIVE - AP CLIENTS ONLY NATIONAL ARCHIVE, WASHINGTON - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Nuremberg - 18 November 2010 1. Various of new exhibition at Nuremberg "Memorium" opening on Sunday, 21 November NUREMBERG CITY ARCHIVE - AP CLIENTS ONLY Nuremberg - 18 November 2010 2. Wide exterior of the Palace of Justice where the Nuremberg war crimes trial was held 3. Mid exterior of windows of "Room 600," where the trial was held NATIONAL ARCHIVE, WASHINGTON - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Nuremberg - 1945 ++BLACK AND WHITE SHOTS++ 4. Various black and white footage of the trial AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Nuremberg - 18 November 2010 5. Historian Henrike Zentgraf entering "Room 600" 6. Pan of courtroom where trial was held 7. Various of the oak-panelled Courtroom 600 8. SOUNDBITE (German) Henrike Zentgraf, historian: "The main Nuremberg trial at the international military court was highly attended and observed by the entire world. The trials laid the ground for today's legal system, for the international law and today's work at the International Criminal Court in the Hague." NUREMBERG CITY ARCHIVE - AP CLIENTS ONLY Nuremberg - 18 November 2010 9. Aerial of the Palace of Justice AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Nuremberg - 18 November 2010 10. SOUNDBITE (German) Henrike Zentgraf, historian: "For the first time at the Nuremberg trials, the leaders had to take individual responsibility for their actions. This was a novelty." NATIONAL ARCHIVE, WASHINGTON - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Nuremberg - 1946 ++BLACK AND WHITE SHOTS++ 11. Various black and white footage from the trial, UPSOUND: (German) Announcement of some verdicts, including the sentencing of Hermann Goering, Hitler's air force chief and right-hand man AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Ludwigsburg - 18 November 2010 12. Set up shot of Kurt Schrimm, head of Germany's special prosecutor's office which pursued Nazi war criminals 13. Close of map of Europe 14. SOUNDBITE (German) Kurt Schrimm, head of Germany's special prosecutor's office which pursued Nazi war criminals: "Our work will come to an end soon because of biological reasons. The suspects we are looking for today are more then 80 years old. That doesn't mean that we should stop tracing Nazi criminals. Our experience has shown that people who are 80 or 90 years old are able to face trial. That's why I think we should continue our work, knowing that we have only a limited amount of time left." NATIONAL ARCHIVE, WASHINGTON - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Nuremberg - 1946 ++BLACK AND WHITE SHOTS++ 15. Various black and white footage of the trials, with chief prosecutors of the Allied Forces meeting before the verdict of the main Nuremberg trial was announced STORYLINE A new exhibit is opening on Sunday to mark the 65th anniversary of the Nuremberg war crimes trial - the landmark process that brought top Nazis to justice and established precedents that now underpin international law. The anniversary of the trials will be marked at the Palace of Justice in the German city of Nuremberg, where the trial was held. Officials and leaders of the Allied nations will attend the celebrations, including Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and former French Foreign Minister Roland Dumas. The new exhibit allows visitors to view original video and hear audio recordings from the trial, and peer inside the courtroom where men like Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess and Julius Streicher defended their crimes. It also takes visitors through the prosecutions of Nazis that followed the Nuremberg trial, then on to modern examples born out of the Nuremberg principles, such as the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal that began trials in 1993, and today's International Criminal Court in The Hague. "The trials laid the ground for today's legal system, for the international law," said historian Henrike Zentgraf. In more than 218 trial days, the 21 high-ranking Nazis in the dock faced a panel of judges that represented the victorious Allies - the United States, the Soviet Union, Britain and France. As well as punishing the surviving leading figures of the Nazi regime and ensuring the world knew of their crimes, the trial also served to ensure that the horrors of the Nazi era could not be swept under the rug at home. "For the first time at the Nuremberg trials the leaders had to take individual responsibility for their actions. This was a novelty," Zentgraf said. The trials also established new offences including crimes against peace, waging a war of aggression, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. On October 1, 1946, Goering, Hitler's air force chief and right-hand man, was sentenced to death along with 11 others, including Martin Bormann, Hitler's vanished deputy, who was tried in absentia. Seven others were given long prison sentences and three were acquitted. Fifteen days later, the condemned men were hanged in the courthouse's adjacent prison. Goering committed suicide by swallowing poison in his cell the night before. As the Nazi leaders who were the decision makers are now dead, the prosecutors in Ludwigsburg are concentrating on those who followed their orders. They only have a limited time to fulfil their mission, but chief prosecutor Kurt Schrimm is optimistic. "Our work will come to an end soon because of biological reasons," he said. "That doesn't mean that we should stop tracing Nazi criminals. Our experience has shown that people who are 80 or 90 years old are able to face trial. That's why I think we should continue our work, knowing that we have only a limited amount of time left." All AP Television video will be delivered in 16:9 from 10th November 2010. For more information, please email: widescreenap.org Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 11-20-10 0435EST
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b&w pre WWII - cut sequence with sound - Nuremberg Rally, Nazi Germany - various shots of cheering saluting crowds, Nazi flag, Adolf Hitler at open window saluting crowds, close on hands raised in salute, three people in window, high angle down to marching troops away from camera filling street and crowds filling sidewalk, close on faces in crowd pan SS drum corp goosestep and camera pans with action, soldiers marching with Nazi banners, troops march to camera and turn corner, pan crowd standing and saluting, Hitler and Heinrich Himmler in profile saluting marching SS troops, saluting military officers, goosestepping SS troops, military band marches past, Nazi eagle
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Human Rights Watch holds a news conference and releases its 1997 report.
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Actualités Françaises
Adolf Hitler flies to Nuremberg,Germany, and is greeted enthusiastically by the people there.
Opening title identifies this as the beginning of Leni Reifenstahl's Triumph of the Will, documenting Adolf Hitler and the German Nazi party at the 6th Party Congress. It opens with scenes from cockpit of a Junkers Ju 52 tri-motor airplane brushing over cloud tops as it travels to Nuremberg. Aerial views of the city of Nuremberg, as the airplane skims the rooftops. View from an another airplane of Lufthansa Ju 52 tri-motor passenger plane carrying Adolf Hitler. Seen below are formations of Sturmabteilung (Storm troopers) marching over a bridge. An enthusiastic crowd greets the airplane carrying Hitler as it taxis in on grass field. Hitler steps from the airplane followed by Joseph Goebbels and other Nazi party leaders.Crowd shouts Nazi salute Sieg Heil. Hitler stands in an open car in motorcade through the city. Roads lined with spectators controlled by Sturmabteilung. All render Nazi salutes. Point of view shots from moving car with camera positioned directly behind Hitler, showing him waving to the crowd as the parade passes through the city. Motorcade passes the 16th Century fountain statue known as the Little Gooseman. A little girl is held up by her mother so she can give Hitler a bouquet of flowers. Buildings are bedecked with swastika and tricolor flags. Hitler arrives at and enters the Deutscher Hof hotel. Hitler comes to the window of his room and waves. Heil Hitler is spelled out in lights below his window. Location: Nuremberg Germany. Date: September 5, 1934.
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[WWII- Nuremberg Square 1937] Crowd salute VS. Soldiers marching in square VS. CU of buildings VS. People at windows watching. Windows draped with Nazi flags. Band in square. VS of military saluting. Hitler, Goebbels, Goerring in square. CU of unidentified GENs taking seats. LS of soldiers and square. CU of soldier. Soldiers standing around VS. CU of church face. Buildings covered with swastikas. Big swastikas on church with banners. Silhouttes of soldiers saluting. Crowd at window with poster in it. CU's of crowd saluting - very good facial depictions.
Roman Rudenko presents Counts 3 and 4 against the convicted Nazi criminals during Nuremberg Trials.
Portion of the Nuremberg Trials held at the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg, Germany. Flashback scenes to a variety of Nazi crimes against humanity during World War II. Chief prosecutor from Russia, Roman A Rudenko, presents Counts 3 and 4 against the convicted Nazi criminals; charging commitment of war crimes in Germany and countries which Germany occupied; including abuse, starvation, and execution of prisoners of war. Faces of convicts in the courtroom are shown, including Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess (or HeB), Joachim von Ribbentrop, Wilhelm Keitel, Karl Donitz, Erich Raeder, Baldur von Schirach and Fritz Sauckel. Flashback scenes shows German soldiers serving on screening teams, searching and separating eastern front prisoners of war. Group of Russian soldier prisoners being force run marched, following behind a German tank beside a prison camp. Aerial view through German bomber window of large numbers of Russian soldier prisoners assembled. Ground level views of overcrowded prison grounds filled with prisoners. German General Erwin von Lahousen on the witness stand during Nuremberg trials giving testimony about his attendance at conferences where crimes against populations were plotted. View of Wilhelm Canaris, Goering and Hitler in meeting room in discussion with German officers. Next scene shows a farmhouse and farm buildings. A car is parked beside a farm building with metal pipes extending from the automobile exhaust system, through the exterior wall of the farm building (to gas occupants with carbon monoxide). Starved, emaciated Polish prisoners from Nazi concentration camps arrive riding on the back of a horse cart. German staff in white coats made to look like medical staff assist naked and emaciated men and child prisoners climbing down from the horse cart. They put robes over some victims. They lead them to the door of the farm building. Next scene shows the car running poison gas into the building. Scene of homes in a village burning in flames as German soldiers watch. Location: Nuremberg Germany. Date: 1942.
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[WWII- Nuremberg Square 1937] Crowd salute VS. Soldiers marching in square VS. CU of buildings VS. People at windows watching. Windows draped with Nazi flags. Band in square. VS of military saluting. Hitler, Goebbels, Goerring in square. CU of unidentified GENs taking seats. LS of soldiers and square. CU of soldier. Soldiers standing around VS. CU of church face. Buildings covered with swastikas. Big swastikas on church with banners. Silhouttes of soldiers saluting. Crowd at window with poster in it. CU's of crowd saluting - very good facial depictions.
Nuremberg, the city of the Nazi Party
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EXPLOSION OF A FORMER GERMAN AMMUNITION DEPOT IN FEUCHT
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