Judgment at Nuremberg

has presented in the case of Ernst Janning
only one tangible piece of evidence.

The Feldenstein case.
A notorious case, as the defense has said.

A case which never
should have been reopened.

A case which the defense is obliged...
to review now.
The defense calls Mrs. Elsa Lindnow.
Will you raise your right hand?
I swear by God,
the Almighty and Omniscient...

that I will speak the pure truth
and will withhold and add nothing.

I do.
Mrs. Lindnow...
what is your occupation?
I am a cleaning woman.
Where are you employed?
400... 345, Grosse Platz.
- Did you know Lehman Feldenstein?
- Yes. I knew him.

In what capacity?
He was my employer in 1935.
Do you know the witness,
Mrs. Irene Hoffman Wallner?

- Yes.
- In what capacity?

She was a tenant in the building.
Did you ever see Miss Hoffman
and Mr. Feldenstein together?

How did this happen?
Mr. Feldenstein came to see Miss Hoffman
at her apartment.

Quite often.
Were there any occasions
in which you noticed anything unusual?

I saw Miss Hoffman...
kissing Mr. Feldenstein
at the door of her apartment.

Was there any other occasion?
Yes, there was one.
What was it?