Project: The Nuremberg Project

Where can I find The Nuremberg Project?

What does The Nuremberg Project do?

The Nuremberg Project is digitizing our collection of materials from the Nuremberg trials.

Why does The Nuremberg Project exist?

The Harvard Law School Library has roughly one million pages of documents relating to the trials of military and political leaders and other war criminals from Nazi Germany. The documents include trial transcripts, court filings, evidence files and other papers, all of which are of profound historical and scholarly value. To preserve these materials and expand access to them, LIL is leading the effort to digitize the paper files and to organize and enrich them with metadata to facilitate online access.

Project Contributors

Past and current

Stephen Chapman Manager, Digital Strategies for Collections Paul Deschner Developer Kim Dulin Library Innovation Lab Director Andy Silva Developer Lindsay Dumas Digital Projects Archivist