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    The references below feature the strengths of CRL's holdings. Links point to more detailed descriptions in our catalog, and where available point to digital version of the content or digitized finding aids for microfilm. Collecting in this area continues through the purchase programs.

    Historical Studies

    War in the Pacific.
    U.S. National Archives
    1947-1949

    The Center has a microfilm copy of a collection of historical studies of the war in the Pacific. These studies originally were prepared by former officers of the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy and later edited by personnel of various offices of the U.S. Department of the Army. Specific titles include the following:

    Weizsäcker, Ernst von, Freiherr von, 1882-1951. Ministries case: records, 1947-1949.

    For assistance in accessing this uncataloged material, contact CRL's mwilke [at] crl [dot] edu (Member Liaison and Outreach Services Director.)

     

    Intelligence Reports

    The MAGIC documents : summaries and transcripts of the top-secret diplomatic communications of Japan, 1938-1945.
    University Publications of America
    1938-1945

    The documents in the set have been filmed from the holdings of the U.S. National Archives and include messages between the Japanese Foreign Office and its key personnel and allies.

    Catalog Record · Guide
    ULTRA : main series of signals conveying intelligence to Allied Commands based on intercepted radio messages.
    Great Britain. Public Record Office
    Clearwater Publishing Company

    The approximately 52,000 documents were arranged and filmed by the Public Record Office of Great Britain.

    Catalog Record · Guide

    Military Operations

    Japanese Monographs.
    United States. Army. Far East Command. Military History Section
    Catalog Record
    Japanese Night Combat.
    United States. Army. Army. Forces, Far East.
    Catalog Record
    Japanese Studies on Manchuria.
    United States. Army. Far East Command. Military History Section.

    GUIDE: Guide to Japanese studies on Manchuria, 1945-1960. MF-418

    Catalog Record
    Records of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
    United States. Joint Chiefs of Staff.
    University Publications of America
    1942-1953

    This set includes operational reports, research and development studies, intelligence estimates, and contingency combat plans. The records of the Combined Chiefs of Staff (of the U.S. and the United Kingdom) and of all committees of the JCS are included. The microfilm set is issued in two parts.

     

    Catalog Record · Guide
    Selected Documents on the Life and Campaigns of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel.
    Rommel, Erwin, 1891-1944.
    EP Microform
    1910-1977
    Catalog Record · Guide

    Occupied Europe

    Conditions and Politics in Occupied Western Europe, 1940-1945 : Selected From PRO Class FO 371.
    Great Britain. Foreign Office; Great Britain. Public Record Office
    Harvester
    1940-1945

     GUIDE: Conditions and politics in occupied Western Europe, 1940-1945 : selected from PRO class FO 371 : a listing and guide to the Harvester microfilm collection. B-42955 The set contains material from the Foreign Office class 371. The material covers a number of topics such as the effect of German occupation, resistance movements, invasion of Russia, and other material. The collection includes detailed information, indexed by year and country, for Belgium, Denmark, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the Vatican.

    Catalog Record

    Postwar Period

    CIA research reports. Africa
    Kesaris, Paul; Lester, Robert; United States. Central Intelligence Agency
    University Publications of America
    1946-1976

    GUIDE: B-39827

    Catalog Record
    CIA research reports. China
    Kesaris, Paul; Lester, Robert; United States. Central Intelligence Agency
    University Publications of America
    1946-1976

    GUIDE: B-39829

    Catalog Record
    CIA research reports. Europe
    Kesaris, Paul; Lester, Robert; United States. Central Intelligence Agency
    University Publications of America
    1946-1976

    GUIDE: B-39833

    Catalog Record · Guide
    CIA research reports. Japan, Korea, and the security of Asia
    Kesaris, Paul; Lester, Robert; United States. Central Intelligence Agency
    University Publications of America
    1946-1976

    GUIDE: B-39826

    Catalog Record
    CIA research reports. Latin America
    Kesaris, Paul; Lester, Robert; United States. Central Intelligence Agency
    University Publications of America
    1946-1976

    GUIDE: B-39830

    Catalog Record
    CIA research reports. Middle East
    Kesaris, Paul; Lester, Robert; United States. Central Intelligence Agency
    University Publications of America
    1946-1976

    GUIDE: B-39832

    Catalog Record
    CIA research reports. Soviet Union
    Kesaris, Paul; Lester, Robert; United States. Central Intelligence Agency
    University Publications of America
    1946-1976

    GUIDE: B-39825

    Catalog Record
    CIA research reports. Vietnam and South East Asia
    United States. Central Intelligence Agency
    University Publications of America
    1946-1976

    GUIDE: B-38905

    Catalog Record
    CIA research reports. Vietnam and Southeast Asia : supplement.
    United States. Central Intelligence Agency
    University Publications of America
    1949-1979

    GUIDE: CIA research reports. Vietnam and Southeast Asia : supplement. B-36607

    Catalog Record
    Foreign Office files for post-war Europe.
    Great Britain. Foreign Office
    Adam Matthew Publications
    1950-1960

    Drawn from the British Foreign Office Files (Class FO 371), This series documents the founding of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), which played a defining role in the development of an economically integrated Europe. Series two further documents how the European Economic Community grew and rebuilt Europe after World War II.

    Series 1, pt.1-3. The Schuman plan and the European Coal and Steel Community. Catalog Record.

    Series 2, pt 1-3. The Treaty of Rome and European Integration, 1957-1960. Catalog Record.

    Guide
    Papers of the War Refugee Board
    United States. War Refugee Board
    University Publications of America
    1944-1945

    Established by executive order no. 9417, the War Refugee Board (WRB) aided victims of Nazi oppression. This collection contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, indexes, and related papers pertaining to the WRB policies, programs and operations in 1944 and 1945.

    • pt. 1. Correspondence and reports files, February 1944-September 1945 (29 reels); Guide
    • pt. 2. Project and document files, January 1944-September 1945 (30 reels); Guide
    Catalog Record · Guide

    Press Reports

    Review of the Foreign Press, 1939-1945.
    Royal Institute of International Affairs
    Kraus International Publications
    1939-1945

    This is a facsimile reprint of selected articles from the foreign press, originally issued weekly or biweekly by the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London.

    Catalog Record

    The Holocaust

    The Jewish People From Holocaust to Nationhood : Archives of the Central British Fund for Jewish Relief, 1933-1960.
    CBF World Jewish Relief (Organization)
    Research Publications
    1933-1960

    GUIDE: Archives of the Central British Fund for World Jewish Relief, 1933- 1960 : a listing and guide to the Research Publications microfilm collection. B-43536 Part One (20 reels) of this set includes documents such as the proceedings of a 1933 London conference for the relief of German Jews, minutes of the executive committee (1933-1962) and complete records and reports from CBF and other world organizations, including the Palestine/Israel file, which described the growing pressure for an independent Jewish state. Part Two (19 reels) includes the papers of subcommittees and related groups, such as the Parliamentary Committee on Refugees and the Pioneer Welfare Funds. Part Three (35 reels) documents the post-war period and issues of resettlement and restitution.

    Catalog Record

    U.S. Government Documents and Records

    German records seized during World War II.
    U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
    1918-1945

    In addition to the Foreign Ministry Archives sets, CRL holds a variety of seized records (government, military, personal) filmed by the U.S. National Archives under "Record Group 242." In most cases the sets are incomplete [see individual records for details on holdings]. Each set includes an individual finding aid, often cataloged separately. CRL holdings include:

    Civil records

    • Records of the Reich ministry for public enlightenment and propaganda : Reichministerium für Volksaufklärung u. Propaganda, 1936-1944. NARA T70
    • Records of the Reich Ministry of Economics (Reichswirtschaftsministerium). NARA T71 [Catalog Record]
    • Records of the Reich Ministry for Armaments and War Production (Reichministerium für Rüstung und Kriegsproduktion). NARA T73 [Catalog Record
    • Records of the Reich Commissioner for the strengthening of Germandom. NARA T74
    • Records of the Todt Organization (Organisation Todt) 1941-1945. NARA T76 [Catalog Record]
    • Miscellaneous German records collection. NARA T84
    • Records of the Reich Air Ministry (Reichsluftfahrtministerium) 1918-1945. NARA T177 [Catalog Record]
    • Fragmentary records of miscellaneous Reich ministries and offices, 1919-1945. NARA T178 [Catalog Record
    • Records of former German and Japanese embassies and consulates, 1890-1945. NARA T179
    • Records of the Reich Ministry for the Occupied Eastern Territories, 1941-1945. NARA T454
    • Records of the Reich Commissioner for the Baltic States, 1941-1945 : Reichskommissar für das Ostland. NARA T459

    Military records

    • Records of Headquarters, German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/OKW). NARA T77
    • Records of Headquarters, German Army High Command (Oberkommando des Heeres--OKH). NARA T78
    • Records of German Army areas (Wehrkreise). NARA T79
    • Records of German field commands, army groups. NARA T311
    • Records of German field commands, armies. NARA T312 [Catalog Record]
    • Records of German field commands, Panzer armies. NARA T313
    • Records of German field commands. Corps. NARA T314 [Catalog Record]
    • Records of German field commands, divisions. NARA T315
    • Records of German field commands: rear areas, occupied territories, and others. NARA T501 [Catalog Record
    • German military field and technical manuals, 1910-1945. NARA T283
    • Records of Headquarters of the German Air Force High Command (Oberkommando der Luftwaffe--OKL). NARA T321
    • German Air Force records : Luftgaukommandos, Flak, Deutsche Luftwaffenmission in Rumänien. NARA T405 [Catalog Record]
    • The Von Rohden Collection of research materials on the role of the German Air Force in World War II, 1911-1947. NARA T971
    • Records of Headquarters, German Navy High Command (OKM). NARA T608

    Nazi Party and SS records

    • Records of the National Socialist German Labor Party (NSDAP). NARA T81
    • Records of Nazi cultural and research institutes. NARA T82 [Catalog Record]
    • Records of the Reich leader of the SS and chief of the German police NARA T175 [Catalog Record]
    • Miscellaneous SS records : the Einwandererzentralstelle, Waffen-SS, and SS Oberachschnitte. NARA T354

    Records of private individuals and enterprises

    • Records of private Austrian, Dutch, and German enterprises, 1917-1946. NARA T83
    • Records of private German individuals. NARA T253 [Catalog Record]

    Records received from the Berlin Documentation Center

    • Captured German records filmed at Berlin. [American Historical Association] NARA T580
    • Captured German documents filmed at Berlin. [University of Nebraska Microfilming Program] NARA T611
    • Documents concerning Jews in the Berlin Document Center. NARA T457
    http://www.archives.gov/research/captured-german-records/foreign-records-seized.html
    Catalog Record · Guide
    O.S.S./State Department Intelligence and Research Reports [microform]
    Kesaris, Paul
    University Publications of America
    1939-1961

    GUIDE: B-39749   These reports were produced by the Office of the Coordinator of Information, then by the Office of Strategic Services, and, after disbanding of the latter, by various branches of the State Department, during and following World War II.  Includes:

    Pt. I      Japan and its occupied territories during World War II

    Pt. II     Postwar Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia

    Pt. III    China and India

    Pt. IV   Germany and its occupied territories during World War II

    Pt. V    Postwar Europe

    Pt. VI   The Soviet Union

    Pt. VII  The Middle East

    Pt. VIII  Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia and the Fare East Generally, 1950-1961 supplement

    Pt. IX    China and India, 1950-1961 supplement

    Pt. X     Europe, 1950-1961 supplement

    Pt. XI    The Soviet Union, 1950-1961 supplement

    Pt. XII   The Middle East, 1950-1961 supplement

    Pt. XIII   Africa, 1941-1961

    Pt. XIV  Latin America, 1941-1961

    Catalog Record
    State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee (SWNCC) and State-Army-Navy-Air Force Coordinating Committee (SANACC) 1944-1949, decimal subject files.
    United States. State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee.
    U.S. National Archives
    1944-1949
    Catalog Record
    State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee policy files, 1944-1947.
    United States. State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee.
    Scholarly Resources
    1944-1947

    GUIDE: Claussen, Martin Paul. Numerical catalog and alphabetical index for State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee and State-Army-Navy-Air Force Coordinating Committee case files, 1944-1949. D-13425 SWNCC, and its successor SANACC, coordinated the policy-making efforts of the State Department and the Pentagon. There were 402 case studies covering postwar policy problems during the period of 1944 to 1949 before SANACC's absorbtion into the National Security Council.

    Catalog Record

    War Crimes Trials, Asia

    Court Papers, Journal, Exhibits, and Judgments of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East.
    International Military Tribunal for the Far East
    U.S. National Archives
    1900-1948

    This set covers the period 1900-1948. Reel contents and introductory note at beginning of each reel.

    Catalog Record
    International Military Tribunal For the Far East. Record of Proceedings.
    International Military Tribunal for the Far East
    Library of Congress
    April 24, 1946-April 16, 1948

    This is microfilm of the 136 volumes that comprise the record of proceedings of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, April 24, 1946-April 16, 1948.

    Catalog Record
    International Military Tribunal For the Far East. The Tokyo War Crimes Trial : Index and Guide.
    International Military Tribunal for the Far East
    Garland

    This is an annotated guide and index to the Tokyo war crimes trials, comprised of the following volumes: 1. Brief guide to trial phases and divisions, Name and subject index. 2. Name and subject index. 3. Brief guide to trial phases and divisions, Narrative summary of proceedings, Document key. 4. Editor's notes and consolidated list of corrections to transcripts; Index to court docket; Court docket and chronology of pleadings and proceedings; Index to the rulings of the tribunal. 5. List of rejected exhibits; Index to prosecution documents, listed by defendant; Index to defense documents, listed by phase and by defendant; List of IPS case files; Functional charts on the structure of the Japanese government; Table of Japanese Cabinet ministers, 1927-1945; Table of key military and naval personnel in Japan, 1927-1945; Cabinet personnel records of the individual defendants (exhibits 103-129); List of prosecution counsel; List of defense counsel; Select bibliography.

    Catalog Record
    International Military Tribunal For the Far East. [Proceedings]
    April 24,1946-April 16, 1948

    GUIDE: Dull, Paul S. Tokyo trials : a functional index to the proceedings of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East. D804.J32I53 International Military Tribunal for the Far East. List of finding aids available in War Crimes Unit to assist in servicing records of the Japanese War Crimes. D804.J32I578 [International Military Tribunal for the Far East] [Tokyo war crimes trials] Index of documents not specifically linked to one or more of the defendants. D804.J32I577 [International Military Tribunal for the Far East] [Tokyo war crimes trials] Index of documents by (phase and subject) Documents 1 to 2969 and 4000 to 4095. D804.J32I576 [International Military Tribunal for the Far East] [Tokyo war crimes trials] Revised index of documents by defendants. D804.J32I575 This set is mimeograph copies of the proceedings, documents and exhibits, covering April 24,1946-April 16, 1948. The Center's holdings are incomplete. The documents are arranged on the shelf in boxes with the following labels:

    • Corrections: Box 1-3.
    • Proceedings in chambers: Box 1-5.
    • Index of prosecution exhibits and exhibits #1-11529. (34 boxes)
    • Prosecution documents (Japanese) #1-11528. (29 boxes)
    • Defense documents (English) #1-6251. (28 boxes + 1 box of unnumbered documents)
    • Defense documents (Japanese) #1-3101. (22 boxes)
    • Opening statements of Prosecution. Prosecution summary. (1 box)
    • Individual summations. (3 boxes)
    • Box 1: Summation for defense. Summation for Matsui.
    • Box 2: Summation of evidence. POW summation.
    • Box 3: Prosecution response to defense summation. Mis-statements. General reply to summation of prosecution.
    • Box 4-5: Evidentiary documents.
    • Box 6: Judgment.
    • Box 7: Rulings of the tribunal.
    • Box 8-10: PAL opinion.
    • USA vs. Homma, v. V-XV. (3 boxes)
    • USA vs. Homma, v. XVI-XXVII. (2 boxes)
    • USA vs. Yamashita. (1 box)
    • Narrative summary, p.1-6261. (8 boxes)
    • Conspiracy. Aggression against Russia. Crimes against peace. (1 box)
    • Opinions: Kido and Roling. (1 box)
    • Documentary evidences #1-4097. (1 box)
    • Box 1: Proceedings in chambers.
    • Box 2: Chronological summary docket.
    • Box 3: Analysis of documents #1-511, Set 5, Book 1

    Speeches of Japanese government leaders. Netherlands phase. Top military aggression in Manchuria. American-British phase. Computation between US and other powers.

    • Box 4: Miscellaneous.
    • Box 5: POW summation (Japanese).

    General reply (Japanese). Defense summation (Japanese). Opening statement of prosecution (Japanese).

    • Box 6-7: Summation (Japanese).
    • Box 8: Summation A-K.

    Summary of proof. Miscellaneous (Japanese).

    For assistance in accessing this uncataloged material, please contact CRL's mwilke [at] crl [dot] edu (Member Liaison and Outreach Services Director.)

    International Military Tribunal For the Far East. [Tokyo War Crimes Trials] Index of Exhibits.
    International Military Tribunal for the Far East
    CRL

    The Center holds microfilm of defense exhibits only, Exhibits 1-3915.

    Catalog Record
    Transcripts of the Shanghai war crimes trials.
    U.S. National Archives.
    U.S. National Archives.
    1946

    Material in this set is from the Records of the Judge Advocate General's Office (RG 153) and is a complete review of the trials. These trials are also cited as the China war crimes trials. This set was filmed by the U.S. National Archives for CRL and CRL holds the negative.

    Catalog Record

    War Crimes Trials, Europe

    Germany (Territory Under Allied Occupation, 1945- U.S. Zone) Military Tribunals. [Trial of the War Criminals Before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals Under Control Council Law No.10. October 1946-April 1949] "Subsequent Proceedings."
    U.S. National Archives
    1946-1949

    This set is the mimeograph documents of the war crimes trials of 185 defendants tried by the American Military Tribunals (AMT). These proceedings are commonly referred to as the Nuremberg trials subsequent proceedings. The AMT series consists of proceedings and supporting documents of all twelve cases tried by the American Military Tribunals, 1946-1949. Proceedings are in German and English, with some supporting documents in German only. These papers are a major source of historical materials documenting Nazi activities in Germany and other Axis countries in 1933 to 1945. The Center's holdings of this material is incomplete. The trial records and documents are arranged on the shelf in boxes in order by case, then by transcripts (German and English), prosecution documents, and defense documents. The twelve cases and their popular titles are as follows:

    Catalog Record · Electronic Version
    Germany (Territory under Allied Occupation, 1945- U.S. Zone) Military Tribunals. [Trial of the war criminals before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals under Control Council law no.10. October 1946-April 1949] "Subsequent proceedings." (#18654935)
    1946-1949

    Documents of the war crimes trials of 185 defendants tried by the American Military Tribunals (AMT). These proceedings are commonly referred to as the Nuremberg trials subsequent proceedings.

    The AMT series consists of proceedings and supporting documents of all twelve cases tried by the American Military Tribunals, 1946-1949. Proceedings are in German and English, with some supporting documents in German only. These papers are a major source of historical materials documenting Nazi activities in Germany and other Axis countries in 1933 to 1945.

    The Center's holdings of this material is incomplete. Trial records and documents in mimeograph format are arranged on the shelf in boxes in order by case, then by transcripts (German and English), prosecution documents, and defense documents.  For assistance in accessing uncataloged material, please contact CRL's mwilke [at] crl [dot] edu (Member Liaison and Outreach Services Director.)   For some trials the Center has acquired microfilm copies of the documents, for which catalog records are noted. 

    The twelve cases and their popular titles are: 

    • Milch, Erhard, 1892-1972. Milch case: records, 1946-1947. (#18665148) (17 boxes)
    • Altstoetter, Josef. Justice case: records, 1947. #18669968) (85 boxes)
    • Pohl, Oswald, 1892-1951. Pohl case: records, 1947-1948. (#18958169) (56 boxes)
    • Flick, Friedrich, 1883-1972. Flick case: records, 1947. (#18966072) (65 boxes)
    • Krauch, Carl. I.G. Farben case: records, 1947-1948. (#18674708) (69 boxes)
    • List, Wilhelm, 1880-1971. Hostage case: records, 1947-1948. () (66 boxes)
    • Krupp von Bohlen und Halback, Alfried Felix Alwyn, 1907-1967. Krupp case: records, 1947-1948. (#18973861) (88 boxes)
    • Weizsacker, Ernst von, Freiherr von, 1882-1951. Ministries case: records, 1947-1949. (#18997394) (212 boxes)
    • Leeb, Wilhelm von, 1876-1956. High Command case: records, 1946-1947. (#18677267) (71 boxes)
    Goring, Hermann, 1893-1946, Defendant. Trial of the Major War Criminals Before the International Military Tribunal, Nuremberg, 14 November 1945 - 1 October 1946.
    Goring, Hermann, 1893-1946, defendant
    14 November 1945 - 1 October 1946

    Commonly cited as the Blue series, this is the published version of the proceedings and documents.  For assistance in accessing uncataloged material, please contact CRL's mwilke [at] crl [dot] edu (Member Liaison and Outreach Services Director.)

    International Military Tribunal (Nuremberg, 1945–49). [Trial of the Major War Criminals Before the International Military Tribunal, Nuremberg, 14 November 1945–1 October 1946]
    1945–49

    On August 8, 1945, representatives of the USSR, France, the United States, and Great Britain signed the London Agreement that authorized the International Military Tribunal (IMT) to conduct a war crimes trial of Axis leaders. The IMT trial began on October 18, 1945, with 24 defendants all tried together. The defendants (and their sentences on one or more counts) were: Hermann Wilhelm Goring (death); Rudolf Hess (life imprisonment); Joachim von Ribbentrop (death); Robert Ley (suicide before sentencing); Wilhelm Keitel (death); Ernst Kaltenbrunner (death); Alfred Rosenberg (death); Hans Frank (death); Wilhelm Frick (death); Julius Streicher (death); Walter Funck (life imprisonment); Hjalmar Schacht (not guilty); Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halback (too ill to stand trial); Karl Donitz (10 years); Erich Raeder (life imprisonment); Baldur von Schirach (20 years); Fritz Sauckel (death); Alfred Jodl (death); Martin Bormann (tried in absentia; death); Franz von Papen (not guilty); Arthur Seyss-Inquart (guilty); Albert Speer (20 years); Constantin von Neurath (15 years); and Hans Fritzsche (not guilty).

    CRL’s set of mimeograph copies of records from the Nuremberg trial is nearly complete and includes documents in English and German (with a few in French or Russian). The documents are arranged on the shelf in boxes in order of presentation of evidence. For assistance in accessing uncataloged material, please contact CRL’s mwilke [at] crl [dot] edu (Member Liaison and Outreach Services Director.)

    Justiz und NS-Verbrechen; Sammlung Deutscher Strafurteile Wegen Nationalsozialistischer Totungsverbrechen 1945-1966.
    Bauer, Fritz, 1903-1968, ed
    University Press Amsterdam
    1945-1966

    GUIDE: Ruter-Erlermann, Adelheid L. Justiz und NS-Verbrechen; Sammlung deutscher Strafurteile wegen nationalsozialistischer Totungsverbrechen 1945-1966 : Registerheft zum 1. Band mit Hilfsmittelteil und Errataliste. C-22650 This is a reprint set of the judgments issued in war crimes cases prosecuted in West German courts between 1945 and 1966. The documents are arranged by date.

    Catalog Record
    Records of the Department of State Special Interrogation Mission to Germany.
    National Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration
    1939-1945

    Contains records of interrogations of German officials of the Third Reich regarding German foreign relations, propaganda, the Nazi Party and other subjects for the period 1939-45.

    Catalog Record
    The Attorney-General of the Government of Israel vs. Adolph, the Son of Adolph Karl Eichmann.
    Eichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962, defendant
    CRL
    1961
    • Microfilm set including the minutes of session no. 1-82, 86-121. It is based on the files held in the New York Public Library, originally secured through the Jewish National and University Library.  http://catalog.crl.edu/record=b1144564~S1
    • Unedited and unrevised transcript of the simultaneous translation of the District Court of Jerusalem, Criminal case no. 40/61.  For assistance in accessing this uncataloged material, please contact CRL's mwilke [at] crl [dot] edu (Member Liaison and Outreach Services Director.)

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