The Nuremberg Legacy Toolkit consists of two elements:
The Nuremberg Film
The historic film, NUREMBERG: ITS LESSON FOR TODAY [The Schulberg/Waletzky Restoration], is essential viewing for those who want to understand the Nuremberg Principles and the legacy of the trial. The film shows how the international prosecutors at the first Nuremberg trial (1945-1946) built their case against the top WWII Nazi leaders using the Nazis’ own films as evidence. The images screened in the courtroom are still shocking today. Formally known as the International Military Tribunal (IMT), the trial established the “Nuremberg principles” — the foundation for all subsequent trials for crimes against peace, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. It also prosecuted the crime of aggression for the first time. The film concludes: “Let Nuremberg stand as a warning to all who plan and wage aggressive war.” These words leap the decades and make NUREMBERG startlingly contemporary.
Running time: 78 minutes
For more information about the film: www.nurembergfilm.org
The Nuremberg International Criminal Justice Timeline
Gregory S. Gordon and Sandra Schulberg, members of the Council of Advisors of the Global Institute for the Prevention of Aggression, have created a comprehensive Timeline that traces the history of international criminal justice from 1474 through 2012. To download the ICJ Timeline, click here.
Special offer for States Parties’ representatives and CICC Members
While supplies last, representatives of States Parties and members of the Coalition for the International Criminal Court may obtain a free copy of the NUREMBERG film and the ICJ Timeline in handy booklet form by writing to the restoration producer, Sandra Schulberg: SSchulberg@aol.com