- NMT 1 (U.S.A. v. Karl Brandt et al.),
- NMT 2 (U.S.A. v. Erhard Milch),
- NMT3 (U.S.A. v. Josef Altstoetter et al.),
- NMT 4 (U.S.A. v. Pohl et al.), and
- NMT7 (U.S.A. v. Wilhelm List et al.)
Thursday, October 27, 2016
The Harvard Law School has made available online digitized images or full-text versions of the Library's Nuremberg documents, descriptions of each document, and general information about the trials.The Project currently provides access to most of the following materials for five of the United States Nuremberg Military Tribunals:
Monday, October 24, 2016
Part of the National Parks Service's initiatives is the preservation of historic places connected with Civil Rights. In the past they have supported "such notable sites as Women’s Rights National Historic Park at Seneca Falls, New York (1980); Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, Atlanta, Georgia (1980); Brown vs, Board of Education National Historic Site in Topeka Kansas (1992); Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site in Little Rock, Arkansas (1998); the Votes for Women History Trail (2009); Manzanar National Historic Site, Independence, California (1992); and the Caesar E. Chavez National Monument, Keane, California (2012). Now the Parks Service has undertaken a theme study to identify places and events associated with the story of LGBTQ Americans. The study's goals are:
- engaging scholars, preservationists and community members to identify, research, and tell the stories of LGBTQ associated properties;
- encouraging national parks, national heritage areas, and other affiliated areas to interpret LGBTQ stories associated with them;
- identifying, documenting, and nominating LGBTQ-associated sites as national historic landmarks;
- increasing the number of listings of LGBTQ-associated properties in the National Register of Historic Places.
Thursday, October 13, 2016
On Oct. 6, 2016 the Congressional Research Service (CRS) published a brief report addressing what would happen if a candidate for President or Vice President were to die or leave the ticket before the Nov. 8th election or between the election and the Electoral College Meeting or between the Electoral College Meeting and the Inauguration. Read about the different procedures for each of those scenarios in Thomas H. Neale's Presidential Elections: Vacancies in Major-Party Candidacies and the Position of President-Elect.