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Nuremberg Trial Visual Impressions and Interpretations
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“By the judgment of the Nuremberg Tribunal, October 1, 1946, it was established that the highest officials of a government are answerable before the bar of international courts for committing war crimes, crimes against peace, and—in connection with either of these—crimes against humanity.” Harry S. Truman Address at the Laying of the Cornerstone of the New U.S. Courts Building for the District of Columbia June 27, 1950 #147 Truman Library
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Lesson Plan Jesse V. McClain Boardman Center Middle School 8 th Grade and up Composition 1 or 2 class Sessions This lesson was designed to provide the students who learn in the visual mode a means to successfully interpret and experience the Nuremberg Trials on a unique nonstandard plane and to express their thoughts through writing. This lesson’s objective is to provide students with authentic visuals in the field of photography and print and enable them to interpret and express their thoughts and feelings in writing and/or orally. National Standards Met: 4, 5, 8 Source Reference: www.trumanlibrary.org PowerPoint Capability Required Rubric …slide #27
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Defendants The photograph on the right is of many of the defendants or individuals who were on trial at Nuremberg. Take three minutes and write down all the words you can describing what you see. Write without stopping.
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Descriptive Words Now, categorize your words. i.e. nouns, adjectives, verbs Nouns: Adjectives Verbs
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Lunch for a Prisoner
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Comparison Now, make a comparison of what this lunch for Nuremberg prisoners consisted of and what your lunch consists of on a typical day.
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Nuremberg Bench This is a photo of the Nuremberg judges. In one sentence, tell me how you would feel if you had to face this group and in a second sentence, how you think the Nazi’s must have felt.
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Nuremberg Jail
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What is a Jail? What makes a jail a jail? What constitutes imprisonment? From this photo, what can you imagine imprisonment for the accused to be like?
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Field Marshall Kesselring, one of the accussed, at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials
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Take another look at this accused individual and
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2012 for the course INTERNATIO various taught by Professor Mariolondoño during the Spring '12 term at Universidad de Antioquia.

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