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History speaks loudly, forcefully in rescued ‘Nuremberg’

Marine Corps Sgt. Stuart Schulberg, youngest member of the OSS Field Photo-War Crimes unit, later wrote and directed ‘Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today.’ (Courtesy Shulberg family archive­

Stuart Schulberg, a Jew working for the Hollywood director John Ford in the OSS film unit at the end of World War II, was given the mission of finding German-shot footage to be presented at the Nuremberg trial of the top surviving Nazi brass. Speed was essential, as Germans… Read more »