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Russian judges at Nuremberg

At the Nuremberg trials, it was specifically and rigorously prohibited to contest what really happened when mounting a defense against charges made

Major General I.T. Nikitchenko (center) and Lieutenant Colonel A. F. Volchkov (left), the Russian judges on the International Military Tribunal. British Justice Norman Birkett is on the right. Photo: October, 1945.
By Charles Alexander,[1] Office of the United States Chief of Counsel[2] [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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(Publish Date: 2014-06-15 Time: 11:10 )

By Richard A. Widmann- Harry Elmer Barnes was born on this day in 1889. Earlier in the year Benjamin Harrison was sworn in as the 23rd President of the United States. John Philip Sousa’s Marine Corps Band played at the Inaugural Ball with a large crowd in attendance. North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Washington […]

The Importance of Anne Frank
(Publish Date: 2014-06-11 Time: 23:58 )

By Richard A. Widmann and David Merlin - The story of Anne Frank and her family is well-known through the diary bearing her name. This tragic tale is frequently used to counter Holocaust revisionists. The details of the story are often forgotten or replaced with assumptions regarding the fates of Anne Frank and her family. […]