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May 1, 1945 was the beginning of the end for the Third Reich in Germany. It was the day that the Soviet Army invaded the Reichstag and took down the Nazi flag forever. Many of the top Nazi officials committed suicide in the final days of the Reich, but those who survived had to stand trial at Nuremberg. The Allies decided to have the Nazi war crimes trials in Nuremberg because that was considered the first home of the Nazi party. As the crimes for each of the Nazis were laid out in court, it seemed like Allies had an open and shut case. But the Nazis were devious and it would take talented lawyers to bring these people to justice.

2000 | | 7.3/10
Alec Baldwin, Brian Cox, Christopher Plummer
Yves Simoneau
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