Memorium Nuremberg Trials

World history was written in the courtroom of the Nuremberg Palace of Justice. This is where leaders of the Nazi regime had to answer for their crimes before an International Military Tribunal between November 20, 1945 and October 1, 1946. The trials had an enormous influence on the development of international criminal law right up to the present. Courtroom 600 remains a working courtroom to this day. An information and documentation center, the Nuremberg Trials Memorial ("Memorium Nürnberger Prozesse"), is located on the top floor of the Courthouse. It provides insights about the defendants and their crimes, the Subsequent Nuremberg Trials of 1946-49, and the impact of the Nuremberg Trials up to the present.

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War and Peace – Photographs by Yevgeny Khaldei

Exhibition
The exhibition is extended until Sunday, October 3, 2021!

Courtroom 600: a virtual tour

Explore Courtroom 600 digitally with original photo and film footage

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