Nuremberg trials

March 1984
Yankee;Mar84, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p126
Dramatic photos recall Nazis on trial. Photos by Ray D'Addario, taken when he was assigned to the military photo unit sent to Nuremberg, Germany to photograph the International Military Tribunal. D'Addario describes each of the 9 photos.


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