Nuremberg Poster

One of the original posters
from the 1948 German release of
NUREMBERG: Its Lesson For Today.

 

The Schulberg Family Documents

Nuremberg Documents Inventory (Partial Listing)

 

Note to Scholars from Sandra Schulberg:  This should be considered a preliminary inventory. It was prepared by Alex Niemczewski, and I have yet to verify certain dates and descriptions.  It does not include dates/descriptions for an additional 300 pages of letters and reports written by Stuart Schulberg while on OSS assignment in Germany from June through December, 1945.  Nor does it include letters, reports, files by Budd Schulberg during the same period.  These materials serve as the basis for the The Celluloid Noose, the MS for which is still in progress.

 

Click HERE for the Nuremberg Script Inventory

1945

Date: 17 AUG 1945
From: Lt. Max Loeb, S/Sgt. Schulberg; Office, Chief of Counsel for the prosecution of Axis Criminality
To: Chief of Film Control, ICD, USFET, APO 757
Description: procurement of impounded films needed for Nuremberg trial
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: NOV 1945
By: Stuart Schulberg
Description: “An Eyewitness Reports”, reaction of Nuremberg defendants watching films
Original: 0
Copy: 1

1946

Date: 22 FEB 1946, 10 APR 1946
By: Stuart Schulberg
Description: Notes on Nuremberg Trial script
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: JUN 1946
Description: Application for Federal Employment, Stuart Schulberg
Original: 1
Copy: 2

Date: AUG 1946
By: Budd Schulberg
Description: “The Celluloid Noose”, The Screen Writer
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 12 AUG 1946
From: Pare Lorentz
To: Col. McRae
Description: telecom, request for German SS film
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 16 AUG 1946
From: Eric Clarke
To: Pare Lorentz
Description: telecom, description of captured German films
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 16 AUG 1946
From: Pare Lorentz
To: Eric Clarke
Description: telecom, request for The Nazi Plan and film used in July 20 trials
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 16 AUG 1946
From: Eric Clarke
To: Pare Lorentz
Description: telecom, agreement to make documentary about Nuremberg trial, begin search for filmmaker
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 23 AUG 1946
From: Pare Lorentz
To: Eric Clarke
Description: telecom, request for SS film negative
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 23 AUG 1946
From: Eric Clarke?
To: Pare Lorentz?
Description: telecom, Nilson and Pommer in Munich
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 23 AUG 1946
From: Pare Lorentz
To: Eric Clarke
Description: telecom, suggestion of Budd Schulberg as Writer-Director
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 26 AUG 1946
From: Pare Lorentz
To: Col. McRae
Description: telecom, request for outline of plan for Nuremberg film
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 29 AUG 1946
From:  Eric Clarke
To: Pare Lorentz
Description: telecom, request for Budd Schulberg to come to Berlin A.S.A.P.
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 29 AUG 1946
From: Eric Clarke
To: Pare Lorentz
Description: telecom, requested German negative is in Washington
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 29 AUG 1946
From: Pare Lorentz
To: Eric Clarke
Description: telecom, request for outline of plan for Nuremberg film
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 6 SEP 1946
From: Eric Clarke
To: Pare Lorentz
Description: telecom, goal of Nuremberg trial film
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 6 SEP 1946
From: Pare Lorentz
To: Eric Clarke
Description: telecom, recommendation of Ian Hunter to replace Budd Schulberg
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 13 SEP 1946
From: McRae
To: Clarke
Description: telecom, need state review of film before approval, objective judgment important
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 13 SEP 1946
From: Eric Clarke
To: McRae
Description: telecom, Nuremberg trial documentary to be official film, quadripartite meeting
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 13 SEP 1946
From: Clarke
To: McRae
Description: telecom, will reply next week
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 17 SEP 1946
From: McClure
To: Clarke?
Description: telecom, request for other occupying powers to participate in film
Original:  0
Copy: 2

Date: 17 SEP 1946
From: McRae?
To: McClure
Description: telecom, approval of quadripartite assistance, need stateside approval
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 17 SEP 1946
From: Eric Clarke
To: McRae
Description: telecom, request for Pare Lorentz to come to Berlin
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 2 OCT 1946
From: O.P. Echols, Magor General, USA, Chief, Civil Affairs Division
To: Henry P. Leverich
Description: telecom, summary of plan for production of Nuremberg film
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 25 JAN 1946
From: Pare Lorentz
To: Adrian Fischer
Description: Letter, Stuart Schulberg to do Nuremberg film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 27 SEP 1946
From: Pare Lorentz
To: McRae
Description: Memo, recommendation for Carl Zuckmayer’s analysis of Nuremberg film
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 27 SEP 1946
By: Carl Zuckmayer
Description: Notes on Nuremberg trial film
Original: 1
Copy: 3

Date: 1 OCT 1946
From: Chief, War Crimes Branch; Chief, Reorientation Branch?
To: Pare Lorentz?
Description: Letter, plan for and themes of Nuremberg trial film
Original: 1
Copy: 2

Date: 2 OCT 1946
From: O.P. Echols
To: Director, Office of Information Control
Description: Letter, Carl Zuckmayer and Pare Lorentz’s comments attached
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 3 OCT 1946
By: The Washington Post
Description: “World Press Assails Sentences of Nazis,” verdicts criticized as mild
Original: 1
Copy: 2

Date: 4 OCT 1946
From: Clarke
To: Lorentz
Description: telecom, did not find SS film yet
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 4 OCT 1946
From: Kinard Reorientation Branch
To: McRae
Description: telecom, request for people working on film to stay longer
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 4 OCT 1946
From: McRae
To: Clarke
Description: telecom, will send people for longer,  will approve people here
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 4 OCT 1946
From: ?
To: ?
Description: telecom, people working on film permitted to stay longer, need approval from OMGUS
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 11 OCT 1946
From: McClure
To: McRae
Description: telecom, film to be produced in 5 reels, budgeting suggestion
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 11 OCT 1946
From: McRae, Lorentz
To: Clarke
Description: telecom, plan for organizing evidence for Nuremberg film
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 11 OCT 1946
From: Clarke
To: McRae
Description: telecom, agreement with Lorentz’s plan
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 11 OCT 1946
From: Clarke
To: McRae
Description: telecom, request for funds
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 14 OCT 1946
From: Henry P. Leverich, Acting Chief, Division of Occupied Areas, Office of International Information and Cultural Affairs
To: O.P. Echols
Description: Letter, objectives of Nuremberg trial film
Original: 0
Copy: 3

Date: 15 OCT 1946
From: Beguin Billecog, Henry Durban, Col. Ullman, Mrs. de Keyserlingk
To: Col. Ullman
Description: Report from the Documentary Film Working Party, 14 OCT 1946
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 16 OCT 1946
From: McRae
To: McClure
Description: Letter, $70,000 will be transferred for Nuremberg Trial film
Original: 1
Copy: 2

Date: 17 OCT 1946
From: O.P. Echols
To: Commanding General, Office of Military Governement for Germany (US)
Description: Letter, letter from Dept. of State, 14 OCT 1946, attached
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 17 OCT 1946
From: Pare Lorentz
To: Maj. Turner?
Description: telecom, letter from Mr. Leverich received, copy forwarded to OMGUS
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 18 OCT 1946
From: McRae
To: McClure
Description: telecom, hiring technicians for Nuremberg project
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 18 OCT 1946
From: Clarke
To: McRae
Description: telecom, Ulman is producer in charge, looking for cutter available A.S.A.P.
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 18 AUG 1946
From: McRae
To: McClure
Description: telecom, recommend Ian Hunter as substitute for Schulberg
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 18 OCT 1946
From: McRae
To: McClure
Description: telecom, $70,000 is being transferred for film
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 18 OCT 1946
From: Clarke
To: McRae
Description: telecom, “arrangements for Nuremberg film entirely satisfactory”
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 25 OCT 1946
From: Lorentz
To: Clarke
Description: telecom, request for name of Nuremberg film writer
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 25 OCT 1946
From: Clarke
To: Lorentz
Description: telecom, John Scott, confidential
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 25 OCT 1946
From: Lorentz
To: Clarke
Description: telecom, is there footage of sentencing?
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 25 OCT 1946
From: Clarke
To: Lorentz
Description: telecom, only soundtrack of  sentencing and stills of execution
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 27 OCT 1946
From: Budd Schulberg
To: B.P. Schulberg
Description: Letter, teaching at Columbia, Stuart is going back to Germany to work for Lorentz
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 30 OCT 1946
From: Hilton Railey, Chief, Reorientation Branch
To: Lorentz
Description: Letter, International Tribunal addresses
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 8 NOV 1946
From: Clarke
To: Lorentz
Description: telecom, Nuremberg Trial treatment will be airmailed 12 NOV 1946
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 8 NOV 1946
From: Clarke
To: Lorentz
Description: telecom, request for Budd Schulberg if available, or someone else
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 8 NOV 1946
From: Clarke
To: Lorentz?
Description:  telecom, writer for Nuremberg film satisfactory
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 15 NOV 1946
From: Clarke
To: Lorentz
Description: telecom, request for info on Budd Schulberg or someone else
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 15 NOV 1946
From: Lorentz
To: Clarke
Description: telecom, Budd Schulberg recommends Stuart Schulberg, Budd available for final rewrite
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 15 NOV 1946
From: Clarke
To: Lorentz
Description: telecom, ok Stuart Schulberg, needed now
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 15 NOV 1946
From: Clarke
To: Lorentz
Description: telecom, Nuremberg Trial treatment will be sent 16 NOV 1946, Michael Gordon will be film editor
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 16 NOV 1946
From: Edward T. Peeples, Major, GSC, Executive Officer
To: Pare Lorentz
Description: Letter, 5 copies of Nuremberg Trial treatment attached, film to be finished A.S.A.P. (not sent)
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 18 NOV 1946
From: Edward T. Peeples
To: Mr. Ryan
Description:  telecom, request for Stuart Schulberg to come to Germany A.S.A.P.
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 25 NOV 1946
From: Lorentz
To: Stuart Schulberg
Description: List of tasks for trip to Germany
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: NOV? 1946
By: Stuart Schulberg?
Description: List of tasks to do for film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 30 NOV 1946
From: Stuart Schulberg
To: Lorentz
Description: Letter, German newsreel material
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: NOV? 1946
By: Stuart Schulberg?
Description: Outline of film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 30 NOV 1946
Description: Defendants’ testimonies
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 30 NOV? 1946
By: Stuart Schulberg
Description: “Comments on Scott Treatment”
Original: 1
Copy: 5

Date: ? 1946
By: ?
Description: “Comment on first draft of Nuremberg Trial documentary”
Original: 1
Copy: 3

Date: NOV? 1946
By: Stuart Schulberg
Description: proposed new structure for Nuremberg Trial film
Original: 2
Copy: 2

Date: 5 DEC 1946
By: Lorentz
Description: Comments on Scott treatment
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 10 DEC 1946
From: J.H. Hilldring
To: Echols
Description: Letter, comments on Scott treatment
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 12 DEC 1946
From: Civil Affairs Section, Purchase Div., SCPD
To: Stuart Schulberg
Description: “General’s Order and Contractor’s Acceptance” form, request for script
Original: 1
Copy: 4

Date: 18 DEC 1946
From: Echols
To: McRae
Description: Letter, comments on Scott treatment
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 30 DEC 1946
From: ?
To: Adrian Fisher
Description: Comments on 2nd treatment
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 5 OCT 1943
From: H. Himmler
To: Rosenberg
Description: Letter, [in German]
Original: 0
Copy: 1

1947

Date: 5 OCT 1947
From:
To:
Description:
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 11 JAN 1947
From: Howard C. Peterson, Assistant Secretary of War
To: General Lucius D. Clay, Deputy Military Governor, Office of Military Government for Germany (U.S.)
Description:  Letter, suggested outline and treatment of Nuremberg film
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 13 JAN 1947
From: Daniel Noce, Major General, GSC, Chief, Civil Affairs Division; Robert L. Duncan, Captain, GSC, Assistant Executive
To: Director, Information Control Division (ODIC), Office of Military Government for Germany (U.S.)
Description: Letter, attached is copy of third draft of Nuremberg Trial
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 17 JAN 1947
Description: form, “Public Voucher for Purchases and Services Other than Personal”, Invoice, Stuart Schulberg
Original: 1
Copy: 2

Date: 25 JAN 1947
From: Edward T. Peeples
To: Propaganda Division, Soviet Military Administration for Germany
Description: Letter, request for German footage to use in Nuremberg Trial
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 25 JAN 1947
From: Ulman
To: Clarke
Description: telecom, comments on Schulberg script
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 25 JAN 1947
From: Michael Gordon
To: Clarke
Description: Letter, comments on Schulberg script
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 29 JAN 1947
From: Lorentz
To: Justice Jackson
Description: Letter, request for comments on Nuremberg Trial
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 29 JAN 1947
From: Lucius D. Clay
To: Howard C. Peterson
Description: Letter, current version of Nuremberg Trial emphasizes American input, may only want to show in U.S.
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 7 FEB 1947
From: Robert H. Jackson
To: Lorentz
Description: Letter, comments on Nuremberg Trial  
Original: 1
Copy: 3

Date: 3 FEB 1947
From: J.D. Beam
To: Ulman
Description: the Gordon script is not politically objectionable, Schulberg script departs from trial
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 17 FEB 1947
From: V. Beguin Billecocq
To: Clarke
Description: Letter, [in French]  
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 19 FEB 1947
From: Alvin J. Rockwell
To: Ulman
Description: Letter, comments on Nuremberg Trial
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 21 FEB 1947
From: Clark
To: Lorentz
Description: telecom, Schulberg script emphasizes U.S. and Hitler’s role too much
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 25 FEB 1947
From: Staurt Schulberg
To: Contracting Officer, Civil Affairs Section
Description: Letter, quote for adding footage to film
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Description: “The Press in the United States”, plan for exhibit
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 26 FEB 1947
Description: form, “Public Voucher for Purchases and Services Other than Personal”, Invoice, Stuart Schulberg
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 26 FEB 1947
From: ?
To: ?
Description: telecom, Gordon script approved by OMGUS, to be completed 5 MAR
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 26 FEB 1947
From: Stuart Schulberg
To: Lorentz
Description: memo, request for German footage
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 26 FEB 1947
From: Schulberg
To: Lorentz
Description: memo, comments on Gordon script
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 26 FEB 1947
From: Schulberg
To: Lorentz
Description: memo, similarities between Schulberg and Gordon scripts
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 27 FEB 1947
From: Lorentz
To: Clarke
Description: telecom, comments on Gordon script
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 28 FEB 1947
From: AGWAR from WDSCA RO
To: OMGUS for McClure ODIC
Description: ?, comments on Gordon script
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 27 FEB 1947
By: ?
Description: “Chronological Sequence of Nuremberg Trial Documentary”
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 28 FEB 1947
Description: “Excerpt of Sixteenth Meeting Report of the Allied Control Authority”
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 3 MAR 1947
From: Lorentz
To: McRae
Description: memo, criticism of Gordon script
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  3 MAR 1947
From: Doris de Keyserlingk, Secretariat
To: Clarke; Ulman
Description: memo, transcript of quadripartite meeting
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  3 MAR 1947
From: S. Tulpanov
To: McClure
Description: Letter, comments on Nuremberg Trial script
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  4 MAR 1947
From: Clay
To: WDSCA-RO
Description: Cable, may have to withdraw from quadripartite approval
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  6 MAR 1947
From: Lorentz
To: Clarke
Description: telecom, [same as cable 4 MAR 1947]
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  7 MAR 1947
Description: form, “Public Voucher for Purchases and Services Other than Personal”, Invoice, Stuart Schulberg
Original: 1
Copy: 2

Date:  6 MAR 1947
From: McClure
To: Tulpanov
Description: Letter, reply to comments on Nuremberg Trial
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 8 MAR 1947
From: Clay
To: WDSCA-RO
Description: draft of script will be submitted to Film Working Party
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  13 MAR 1947
From: AGWAR from WDSCA RO
To: Clarke
Description: cable, question about Nuremberg Trial wire
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  14 MAR 1947
From: Clarke
To: Mertz, Cunningham, Carlton, Schulberg
Description: telecom, wire and recordings of Nuremberg trial were prepared
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  4 MAR 1947
From: Alfred V. Boerner, Chief, Plans and Directives
To: Chase
Description: telecom, film withdrawn from quadripartite approval
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  15 MAR 1947
From: Sg. Keating, OMGUS Berlin
To: War Dept. or WDSCA RO
Description: telecom, request for personnel
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date:  31 MAR 1947
From: Schulberg; Joseph Zigman
To: Lorentz
Description: Letter, purpose of Nuremberg Trial film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 8 APR 1947
From: AGWAR from WDSCA RO
To: OMGUS
Description: cable, Jackson approves Schulberg script, that script to be used
Original: 1
Copy: 2

Date:  10 APR 1947
From: Ulman
To: Nilson
Description:  telecom, request for funding for film and travel for Schulberg and Zigman
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date: 10 APR 1947
From: McClure
To: McRae
Description: telecom, USSR has completed film about trial
Original: 1
Copy: 2

Date:  17 APR 1947
From: B.J. Tourville
To: Commanding General, Air Transport Command
Description: telecom?, amendment of travel orders
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 17 APR 1947
From: Robert Schmid, Chief, Research Branch
To: Ullman
Description: ?, report on reactions to Soviet film on Nuremberg trial
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  17 APR 1947
From: AGWAR from WDSCA RO
To: OMGUS
Description: cable, Gordon script should no longer be considered
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date:  18 APR 1947
From: Clarke
To: ?
Description: telecom, decision to use Schulberg script based on legal and political grounds
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  18 APR 1947
From: OMGUS
To: AGWAR for WDSCA/RO
Description: cable, when can we expect Schulberg?
Original: 0
Copy: 2

Date: 18 APR 1947
From: Ulman
To: McClure
Description: memo, update on Nuremberg film process
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  18 APR 1947
From: Peterson
To: General Clay
Description: Letter, update on Nuremberg film process, choice of Schulberg
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  19 FEB 1947
From: Lorentz
To: Jackson
Description: Letter, thank you for comments on film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  29 JAN 1947
From: Lorentz
To: Adrian Fischer
Description: Letter, request for comments on script
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  18 APR 1947
From: Noce
To: McRae
Description: ASW has chosen Schulberg script, summary of letter from Peterson to Clay
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  23 APR 1947
From: AGWAR from WDSCA RO
To: OMGUS
Description: Cable, ETD Schuberg, Zigman, and film 28 APR 1947
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  25 APR 1947
From: ICD OMGUS
To: WDSCA/RO
Description: Cable, request Schulberg, Zigman ETA
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  28 APR 1947
From: Lorentz
To: Lt. Col. W.C. Rogers, Chief, Film, Theater, and Music Control Branch, Information Control Division, Office of Military Government for Bavaria
Description: Letter, Schulberg will clarify direction of film to you
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  ? 1947
From: H. Durban
To: ICD OMGUS, Chief of Film Section
Description: Letter, request for status of Nuremberg film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  28 APR 1947
From: Lorentz
To: Schulberg, Zigman
Description: Letter, instructions for overseas trip
Original: 1
Copy: 2

Date:  28 APR 1947
From: Charles T. Mertz
To: Schulberg
Description: Memo, documentary round-up for Germany
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  15 MAY 1947
From: OMGUS ICD
To: WDSCA/RO
Description: Cable, request for 24 copies of Schulberg script
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  16 MAY 1947
From: Clarke
To: Lt. Col. Rogers
Description: Cable, request for film, film materials
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  ? 1947
From: ?
To: NYPO
Description: draft of letter, Justice Jackson’s endorsement of Nuremberg
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 16 MAY 1947
From: Ulman
To: Pommer, Zigman, Schulberg, Heck, Harris
Description: Memo, screening of Nuremberg Trial material Saturday morning
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  17 MAY 1947
From: Schulberg
To: Lorentz
Description: Cable, resignation
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  9 JUL 1947
From: Lorentz
To: Schulberg
Description: Cable, imperative you return with rough cut
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  19 MAY 1947
From: Clarke
To: Rogers
Description: Cable, request for materials for preparation of Nuremberg film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  30 MAY 1947
From: Clarke
To: Central Office Budget Branch
Description: Cable, request for funds for Nuremberg film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  21 MAY 1947
By: Leonard Lyons 
Description: article, ”The Lyons Den,” New York Post, notification of New York screening of Russian film about Nuremberg
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  21 MAY 1947
Description: “Schulberg Son Readies Nurnberg Trial Pic,” Variety
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  22 MAY 1947
From: Schulberg
To: Mizer
Description: Cable, request for assistant film editor, Edith Nicolaison
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  24 MAY 1947
By: Ulman
Description: Report, for the period 10 to 24 MAY, Nuremberg film process
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  3 JUN 1947
From: Keating
To: WDSCA/RO
Description: cable, urgent request for film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  5 JUN 1947
From: Carl Heck
To: Dreyer, Public Relations Officer
Description: Letter, will be in Nuremberg to photograph documents for film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  11 JUN 1947
Description: article, “Army Snarl,” Weekly Variety, report on status of Nuremberg film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  12 JUN 1947
From: Donald T. Jones, Lt. Col. GSC, Executive Officer
To: Durban
Description: Cable, explanation of decision of Schulberg
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  18 JUN 1947
From: Schulberg
To: Dr. Goldschmidt, Film-Verleih, Kleiststrasse
Description: Memo, footage found in your house depicts gas chamber, vital evidence
Original: 1
Copy: 2

Date:  19 JUN 1947
From: Schulberg
To: Carl Winston, ICB
Description: Cable ?, request for shots of Russian and French Senties
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  23 JUN 1947
From: Schulberg
To: Col. John B. Ray
Description: Letter, request for German 8 mm pogrom
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  29 JUL 1947
From: Schulberg
To: Pommer
Description: Letter, request for comments on German script by Guenther Stuhlmann 
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  20 AUG 1947
From: Stuart Schulberg
To: Barbara Schulberg
Description: Letter, film is finishing up, you may be able to come in November
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  22 AUG 1947
From: Stuart Schulberg
To: Barbara Schulberg
Description: Telegram,  sailing 17 SEP 1947
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  31 AUG 1947
From: Stuart Schulberg
To: Barbara Schulberg
Description: Letter, may be able to come in September
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  2 SEP 1947
From: Schulberg
To: Pommer
Description: Carrier sheet, request for comments on Grindel’s comments (attached)
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  6 SEP 1947
From: Schulberg
To: Van Eyck
Description: Letter, no longer using Gerhard Fieber and his animation unit
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  7 SEP 1947
From: Stuart Schulberg
To: Barbara Schulberg
Description: Letter, discussion of Barbara coming to Germany
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  8 SEP 1947
From: Stuart Schulberg
To: Barbara Schulberg
Description: Letter, discussion of Barbara coming to Germany
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  17 SEP 1947
From: Stuart Schulberg
To: Barbara Schulberg
Description: Telegram, sailing 18 SEP 1947
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  29 SEP 1947
From: Pommer
To: Schulberg
Description: Letter, comments from screening for Ambassador Murphy
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  12 NOV 1947
From: Lorentz
To: Jackson
Description: Letter, revisions for final cut of Nuremberg film
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date: 18 NOV 1947
From: Schulberg
To: Clarke
Description: Letter, comments on comments made by CAD
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  ?
Description: article, “U.S. Army Wants Majors to Distribute 5-Reeler of the Nuremberg Trial”
Original: 1
Copy: 1

1948

Date:  31 MAR 1948
From: Innis D. Harris
To: IC, Director of Intelligence
Description: Carrier sheet, Hunger received unfavorably
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date:  22 JUL 1948
From: Charles A. Horsky, Counsel for Pare Lorentz Associates, Inc.
To: Major General Bryant E. Moore, Chief Public Information Division
Description: Letter, request for right to distribute commercially The Nuremberg Trial
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  2 DEC 1948
Description: article, “Kultur-Dokumentarfilm Nurnberg uraufgefuhrt”
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  ?
By: ?
Description: Music score
Original: 1
Copy: 1

1949

Date:  15 JAN 1949
From: Stuart Schulberg
To: his mother
Description: Letter, Berlin blockade, opening of Nuremberg film
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date:  6 MAR 1949
By: Walter Winchell
Description: article, “In New York,” The Mirror, Nuremberg film verboten by state dept.
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date:  21 MAR 1949
From: William Gordon
To: Major John E. Horton, Chief Pictorial Section, Public Information Division
Description: Letter, film should not be distributed to general public
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date:  21 MAR 1949
From: Schulberg
To: his mother
Description: Letter, title for film, plans for upcoming films
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date:  19 SEP 1949
From: Department of Defense, Office of Public Information
Description: Press release, film will be made available in Dept. of the Army’s Signal Corps libraries
Original: 0
Copy: 1

Date:  19 SEP 1949
By: John G. Norris
Description: article, “Army Reluctant to Clarify Inaction on Nuernberg Film,” The Washington Post
Original: 1
Copy: 1

Date:  15 DEC 1949
From: ?
To: Sec. of Defense Louis Johnson
Description: Telegram, 52 people watched Nuremberg film, request for general release
Original: 0
Copy: 1

1950

Date:  26 JAN 1950
From: Edward H. Young, Chief War Crimes Division
To: Col. George S. Eyster
Description: Memo, report on Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today
Original: 0
Copy: 1

1960

Date:  25 JAN 1960
From: Schulberg
To: The editor, The New York Times
Description: Letter, description of Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today
Original: 1
Copy: 1

1961

Date:  21 MAR 1961
From: Schulberg
To: Edward R. Murrow, Director, United States Information Agency
Description: Letter, CV and references
Original: 1
Copy: 1