The Harvard Law School Library holds over one million pages of documents of the Nuremberg trials, one of the most complete sets in the world. The first trials of war criminals were prosecuted before the International Military Tribunal (IMT). Each of the four Allies (the United States, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, and France) supplied two judges and a prosecution team. The Nuremberg Military Tribunals (NMT) are the follow-up trials of war criminals held by the United States. Harvard's collection of IMT and NMT trials includes:
Digitization of all the documents and transcripts is complete. We are analyzing and creating metadata for the remaining trials and will post them online as the work proceeds.
Our goal is to complete this work as soon as possible, dependent upon available funding