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Documents on Adolf Eichmann's Trial and Arrest in Argentina at the Israel State Archives

On the fiftieth anniversary to the Eichmann trial, the state archives present various documents regarding the Eichmann affair in its numerous aspects from the point of his arrival in Israel and up to the responses to the verdict. Excluding one document, all documents in this publication originate from the Israel state archives.


Eichmann Trial Records - Israeli Ministry of Justice


German war crime trials

An online index to: "Nazi Crimes on Trial: German Trials Concerning Nazi Capital Crimes, 1945-1999".


Harvard Law School Library Project

This website provides full text access to the Nuremberg Trial proceedings, transcripts published by the International Military Tribunal as well as links to other important Holocaust related documents.


Holocaust Research Project


Justiz und ns-verbrechen / nazi crimes on trial - Glossary and Abbreviation


National Archives (U.S.A.)

Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group (IWG).


Simon Wiesenthal Archiv

The Simon Wiesenthal Archive comprehensive archive collections serve as a valuable resource for research about the prosecution of  Nazi crimes since the end of the war, about National Socialism, the Holocaust, and related topics.

The Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies


The CIA and Nazi War Criminals - National Security Archives

The CIA's secret documentary history of the U.S government's relationship with General Reinhard Gehlen, the head of West Germany's intelligence network (it ultimately became the West German BND) even though he employed numerous former Nazis and known war criminals.


The National Archives (U.K.) War crimes 1939-1945


Web Genocide Documentation Centre, Resources on Genocide, War Crimes and Mass Killings

The guide provides access to resources "that focus on some of the most important twentieth-century genocidal and mass man-made killing occurrences".

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