We loved the opportunity to see the Court Room 600 at the Court House in Furth, just NW of Nuremberg where the war crimes trials after WWII were held. Instead of following Stalins joking suggestion of just shooting 50,000 German Officers (It turned out that the Russians had executed 30,000 Poles at the start of the war when they illegally split Poland in half with the Nazis) the US and UK insisted on trials. The exhibits were extremely fair but brutal. Few countries have the courage to put up such as thorough exhibit for its peoples prior black history. It was thorough and though I am a student of history, I learned some facts that are little publicized and were unknown prior to my visit. We visited on a weekend (to see the actual court room) and also on two weekdays to take in every bit of detail. I was a prosecutor in State and Federal courts in the USA but was astounded the court room was no bigger than my county courtroom, despite prior pictures and assumption of this huge courtroom. Excellent exhibit.
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