Judgment at Nuremberg

was expressed by a great American patriot.
It is no less true for a German patriot.
Should Ernst Janning have carried out
the laws of his country?

Or should he have refused to carry them out
and become a traitor?

This is the crux of the issue
at the bottom of this trial.

The defense is as dedicated
to finding responsibility...

as is the prosecution.
For it is not only Ernst Janning
who is on trial here...

it is the German people.
The tribunal will recess
until further notification.

If it's all right with you,
Byers can file these briefs later.

That was quite a damning speech
by Col. Lawson, wasn't it?

I wonder if those men in the dock
can really be responsible...

for the things he listed in the indictment.
I've been here for two years,
and after that long...

you find that responsibility
is not a cut-and-dried thing.

What are you fellows up to
over the weekend?

My wife and I are going to Liège.
There's nothing in Liège. I've been there.
My son was in the 101st.
He's buried in the American cemetery
outside Liège.