After World War II, the Nuremberg trial was also held in this small city. The courtroom at that time has become the current memorial hall, with pictures, text, and multimedia describing the atrocities committed by the Nazis in World War II objectively.
This memorial is easier to find. It is located on the west side of the old town. Take Metro Line 1 to Barenschanze Street. On the upper floor of the Trial Court Memorial, there is an exhibition hall for historical materials introducing the history of World War II and the Nuremberg Trials. Specially set up an exhibition area to introduce "Tokyo Trial"
Today I went to Nuremberg, mainly to visit the original site of the Nuremberg Trial. After the victory of World War II, in order to settle the heinous crimes of Hitler and Nazis. The historic trial was held in the 600 Trial Hall of the Justice Building in Nuremberg, Germany. The current trial hall 600 is not dedicated to the trial memorial exhibition, but is still used for daily trials. The Judicial Building specially opened up the "Nuremberg Grand Trial Memorial Hall", using a large number of photos to fully expose the Nazi crimes and the whole process of the Nuremberg trial. It also includes "the trial of Japanese war criminals by the Far East Military Tribunal. I did not expect that there will be a Chinese listener, and the photos are numbered. As long as you enter the number yourself, it will tell you the content of the photo and the historical facts it reflects. Very convenient, The content is detailed and the amount of information is so great that you can't listen to it in two days. The flags of the four countries representing the judges, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and France are still hung in the court outside the building. They suffered the greatest loss in the anti-fascist war and made the greatest contribution The Soviet Union has long since vanished.
Very detailed and very impressive exhibition! A must see! Seeing the tears that kept me running! This exhibition is not only a great insight into WWII but also the light and darkness of humanity! A must see!!!