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The following are guidelines for the type of information you should include when citing from the Nuremberg Trials Project. Format may vary depending on style guide or style manual.
For the website:
Harvard Law School Library. Nuremberg Trials Project: A Digital Document Collection, https://nuremberg.law.harvard.edu. Accessed 25 July 2019.
A page on the website
“Page name.” Harvard Law School Library. Nuremberg Trials Project. URL of page cited. Date accessed.
“People.” Nuremberg Trials Project, https://nuremberg.law.harvard.edu/people Accessed 10 January 2020.
A document on the website:
Author (institutional). Document title, document date, page cited. Harvard Law School Library. Nuremberg Trials Project. URL of page cited. Date accessed.
NMT Prosecution (Nuremberg Military Tribunals). "Closing brief for the United States of America against Fritz Fischer and Herta Oberheuser,” 16 June 1947, page 1 of 11. Harvard Law School Library. Nuremberg Trials Project, https://nuremberg.law.harvard.edu/documents/16-brief-prosecution-closing-brief?q=Closing+brief+for+the+United+States+of+America+against+Fritz+Fischer+and+Herta+Oberheuser#p.1. Accessed 10 September 2019.
Permission to Publish
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Harvard Law School Library, Historical & Special Collections