THAT JUSTICE BE DONE

Compares the Nazi sense of justice, as exemplified in aggressive war and atrocities, with that of the war crimes tribunals at Nuremberg. Excerpt from a speech by Adolf Hitler in which he proclaims his right to rid the world of inferior races; scenes of German atrocity victims and torture devices at the Buchenwald concentration camp. Foreign ministers of the three major powers sign the Moscow declaration in London. Robert H. Jackson, Chief U.S. Prosecutor, gives his speech accepting appointment. Length 11:00.