LOCATION: Seton Hill Performing Arts Center 100 Harrison Avenue Greensburg PA
Made for the U.S. Department of War in 1948 by filmmaker Stuart Schulberg, this historic film about the first Nuremberg trial was widely shown in Germany but never released in the United States due to political concerns. Sixty-plus years later the viewing of this film is significant for all to see.
The original film has been restored by the filmmaker’s daughter, Sandra Schulberg. Sandra will be in attendance and will provide commentary about the use of the Nazis’ own movies and records to prosecute Nazi war criminals.
FREE Admission, Optional $20 for 2 Substantive CLE credits.
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January 9th, 2013 6:30 PM
2 Substantive CLE credits
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