Soviet Judgment at Nuremberg | Wisconsin Public Radio

The Allies set up the Nuremberg Trials to bring the Nazis to justice after the devastation of World War II. But the trials also became a turning point in the burgeoning Cold War. How did the aims of the Soviets conflict with what the other three allies wanted from the trials, and what was the result? We’ll find out from Francine Hirsch, author of Soviet Judgment at Nuremberg.