Judgment at Nuremberg

- We will make it for you.
- No.

- We will make anything you want.
- No. It's nothing.

I always used to do it for myself back home.
What would you like? I have some ham
and cheese and liverwurst.

Cheese will be fine.
That's very kind of you.
What was it like,
living under National Socialism?

What was it like?
Yes. I mean, day to day?
You know, I know many people at home
like you.

You're good people. I believe that.
What was it like for you, living under Hitler?
We were not political.
Mr. Halbestadt and I are not political.

No, but...
you must have been aware of some
of the events that were going on.

Many things were going on.
There were parades.
Hitler and Goebbels came here every year.
What was it like?
We never attended meetings. Never.
I'm not trying to put you on trial.
I'm just curious. I'd like to know.
- Here's your sandwich, Your Honor.
- Thank you.

You're welcome.
Thank you.
For instance,
there was a place called Dachau...

which was not too many miles from here.
Did you ever know
what was going on there?

We knew nothing about it.
How can you ask
if we knew anything about that?

I'm sorry.
Your Honor, we are only little people.