Sunday, August 31, 2003

Friday, August 22, 2003

Everything you ever wanted to know about England and its history, from the collections of the British Museum.


Collect Britain > Putting History in Place
An excellent site on the volcanos and vulcanology of Canada.

Volcanoes of Canada
The Harvard Law School Library has about 1 million documents relating to the Nuremberg Trials (1945-1949) and is in the process of digitizing them to be accessed on this site.


This web site contains:
6755 digital photographs of pages of Case 1 trial documents and related evidence file documents (including all of the prosecution trial documents in the collection, two-thirds of the defendants' trial documents, and some of the NO evidence file documents).
Analytical data on all trial documents and related evidence file documents for NMT 1 (U.S.A. v. Karl Brandt et al.) and NMT 2 (U.S.A. v. Erhard Milch), and most of these documents for NMT 4 (U.S.A. v. Oswald Pohl et al.).
The keyed text of the first seven days of court proceedings in the Case 1 trial transcript (through December 13, 1946: approximately 500 pages).
A complete introduction to the project, the documents, and the trials worked on so far.
A search engine for all the documents that have been analyzed so far (5842 in all).
A search engine (including full-text queries) for that portion of the Case 1 transcript currently available.
Links between these various elements.



Nuremberg Trials Project