Justice Jackson at the Time of the Nuremberg Trials Jackson, Robert H. [1892-1954]. [6" x 8" Black-and-White Press Photograph of Justice Jackson]. [Washington, DC: Acme Newspictures, June 2, 1945]. Light crinkling, light rubbing to edges, tipped-in caption, stamps and annotations to verso. $100. * The caption reads: "Justice Jackson Reports on London Trip.... Associate Justice Robert H. Jackson, head of the U.S. section of the court for the trial and punishment of war criminals, leaves the White House after reporting to President Truman on his preliminary trip to London. The justice said that later he would give the president a formal report of his visit to London, where he conferred on the procedure of bringing the criminals to trial."
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