The Charles D. Gould, Jr. Collection

Charles D. Gould, Jr. served as a photographer in the U.S. Army Signal Corps in the latter years of World War II, and was stationed in Nuremberg while the Nazi War Crimes Tribunal was in session. This collection of photographs and other items was discovered by Mr. Gould’s family after his death. It includes images of post-war Nuremberg, of the War Crimes Tribunal and Nazi defendants (including Ernst von Leyser, Oswald Pohl, Lothar Rendulic, Gerhard Rose and Siegfried Ruff), and many other scenes that captured Mr. Gould’s interest at the time. We encourage you to browse these images, and to learn more about the young photographer who made them available to us.


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Advertisement for Heiland Model "K" Flash Synchronizer included in continuation of K. Chester article in December 1946 Popular Photography entitled "Photographing the Nuremberg Trials, Again the Camera Makes History."
Advertisement for Heiland Model "K" Flash Synchronizer included in continuation of K. Chester article in December 1946 Popular Photography entitled "Photographing the Nuremberg Trials, Again the Camera Makes History."
Advertisement for the Grover Universal View Camera, included in continuation of K. Chester article in December 1946 Popular Photography entitled "Photographing the Nuremberg Trials, Again the Camera Makes History."
Advertisement for the Grover Universal View Camera, included in continuation of K. Chester article in December 1946 Popular Photography entitled "Photographing the Nuremberg Trials, Again the Camera Makes History."
Autographed photo of General George Patton
Autographed photo of General George Patton
Back cover of document, states that it was prepared by the Public Relations Division of the OCC-WC (Office of Chief Counsel-War Crimes)
Back cover of document, states that it was prepared by the Public Relations Division of the OCC-WC (Office of Chief Counsel-War Crimes)
Back cover of document, states that it was prepared by the Public Relations Division of the OCC-WC (Office of Chief Counsel-War Crimes)
Back cover of document, states that it was prepared by the Public Relations Division of the OCC-WC (Office of Chief Counsel-War Crimes)
Back of German WWII Black, Silver, and Red Banner Shield that was worn on the tropical Pith Helmet, Insignia-Army Africa Korps, Unidentified mark in center of back of shield. 3 prongs intact.
Back of German WWII Black, Silver, and Red Banner Shield that was worn on the tropical Pith Helmet, Insignia-Army Africa Korps, Unidentified mark in center of back of shield. 3 prongs intact.
Back of German WWII Eagle Shield that was worn on the tropical Pith Helmet, Insignia - Army Africa Korps. Unidentified mark on back of shield, 3 prongs intact.
Back of German WWII Eagle Shield that was worn on the tropical Pith Helmet, Insignia - Army Africa Korps. Unidentified mark on back of shield, 3 prongs intact.
Caption of Case No. 1: The United States of America against Karl Brandt, Siegfried Handloser, Paul Rostock, Oskar Schroeder, Karl Genzken, Karl Gebhardt, Kurt Blome, Rudolf Brandt, Joachim Mrugowsky, Helmut Poppendick, Wolfram Sievers, Gerhard Rose, Siegf
Caption of Case No. 1: The United States of America against Karl Brandt, Siegfried Handloser, Paul Rostock, Oskar Schroeder, Karl Genzken, Karl Gebhardt, Kurt Blome, Rudolf Brandt, Joachim Mrugowsky, Helmut Poppendick, Wolfram Sievers, Gerhard Rose, Siegf
Caption of Case No. 2: The United States of America against Erhard Milch
Caption of Case No. 2: The United States of America against Erhard Milch
Collage of photos including photographer, Nazi flag, military vehicle and personnel
Collage of photos including photographer, Nazi flag, military vehicle and personnel
Conclusion of Indictment and official presentation of the charges to Military Tribunal No. 1
Conclusion of Indictment and official presentation of the charges to Military Tribunal No. 1
Conclusion of K. Chester December 1946 article in Popular Photography, "Photographing the Nuremberg Trials, Again the Camera Makes History"
Conclusion of K. Chester December 1946 article in Popular Photography, "Photographing the Nuremberg Trials, Again the Camera Makes History"

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