Henry F. McKenney and the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials

Henry McKenney’s Palace of Justice Identification Card
Nuremberg Courtroom, 1946
Private McKenney and defendants
Face of the currency autographed by defendants
Verso of currency autographed by defendants
Henry McKenney in 1988

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