"Harvard Law School's Nuremberg Trials Project" by Judith A. Haran

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Summary:

Abstract:  This article is primarily a case study of the Nuremberg Trials Project at the Harvard Law School Library in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It begins with an historical note about the war crimes trials and their documentary record, including the fate of the several tons of trial documents that were distributed in 1949. The second part of the article is a description of the Harvard Law School Nuremberg project, including its history, goals, logistical considerations, digitization process and challenges, and resulting impact. The structure and function of the project website is described, followed by a description of a typical user experience, the project's current status, comparison to related projects, and plans for the future. Appendices provide information on the current distribution of Nuremberg trial documents within the United States, a bibliography on this topic, and a list of U.S. repositories holding related collections (primarily collections of personal papers of participants).

Link:

https://elischolar.library.yale.edu/jcas/vol5/iss1/9/

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oa.new oa.harvard.u hu.oa oa.digitization oa.law oa.germany oa.history oa.ssh oa.case

Date tagged:

06/30/2018, 16:23

Date published:

06/30/2018, 12:23