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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Continuation of K. Chester article in December 1946 Popular Photography, "Photographing the Nuremberg Trials, Again the Camera Makes History."
Continuation of K. Chester article in December 1946 Popular Photography, "Photographing the Nuremberg Trials, Again the Camera Makes History."
Continued description of activities taking place at Bad Nauheim during the ARC (American Red Cross) Continental Club program, covering July 3 to July 5, 1947, including German language classes, a floorshow by the Esquires and dance music by Stein's Orches
Continued description of activities taking place at Bad Nauheim during the ARC (American Red Cross) Continental Club program, covering July 3 to July 5, 1947, including German language classes, a floorshow by the Esquires and dance music by Stein's Orches
Count Four, Membership in Criminal Organization, against defendants Karl Brandt, Genzken, Gebhardt, Rudolf Brandt, Mrugowsky, Poppendick, Sievers, Brack, Hoven and Fischer
Count Four, Membership in Criminal Organization, against defendants Karl Brandt, Genzken, Gebhardt, Rudolf Brandt, Mrugowsky, Poppendick, Sievers, Brack, Hoven and Fischer
Count One continued: illegal conscription of labor from civilian populations and prisoners of war, forced labor under inhumane conditions
Count One continued: illegal conscription of labor from civilian populations and prisoners of war, forced labor under inhumane conditions
Count One, the Common Design or Conspiracy, against all defendants; Count Two, War Crimes, against all defendants
Count One, the Common Design or Conspiracy, against all defendants; Count Two, War Crimes, against all defendants
Count Three continued: crimes against humanity in connection with slave labor and medical experiments
Count Three continued: crimes against humanity in connection with slave labor and medical experiments
Count Three, Crimes Against Humanity, against all defendants
Count Three, Crimes Against Humanity, against all defendants
Count Two continued, specific war crimes alleged: bone, muscle and nerve regeneration and bone transplantation experiments; seawater experiments; epidemic jaundice experiments; sterilization experiments
Count Two continued, specific war crimes alleged: bone, muscle and nerve regeneration and bone transplantation experiments; seawater experiments; epidemic jaundice experiments; sterilization experiments
Count Two continued, specific war crimes alleged: high altitude experiments; freezing experiments; malaria experiments; lost (mustard) gas experiments; sulfanilamide experiments
Count Two continued, specific war crimes alleged: high altitude experiments; freezing experiments; malaria experiments; lost (mustard) gas experiments; sulfanilamide experiments
Count Two continued, specific war crimes alleged: spotted fever experiments; experiments with poison; incendiary bomb experiments
Count Two continued, specific war crimes alleged: spotted fever experiments; experiments with poison; incendiary bomb experiments
Count Two: war crimes involving medical experiments, including high altitude experiments and freezing experiments. Count Three: crimes against humanity
Count Two: war crimes involving medical experiments, including high altitude experiments and freezing experiments. Count Three: crimes against humanity
Courtroom Chart
Courtroom Chart

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