After establishing material on the court building, and especially on the security precautions around it, the film provides quite lengthy coverage of the final sessions of the trial. Day 1: entry of the tribunal members; Lawrence's new statement of the four types of crime of which the defendants are accused; judgements on the criminality of organisations. Day 2: judgements on individuals. Film of each of the defendants listening (or, in the case of Hess, not listening) to his own fate is intercut with film of judges, lawyers, press, other defendants etc. There are shots of the bench with the judges Lieutenant-Colonel A F Volchkov (alternate member for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics), Major General I T Nikitchenko (member for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics), The Honourable Sir William Norman Birkett (alternate member for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), the President, the Right Honourable Sir Geoffrey Lawrence (member for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), Mr. Francis Biddle (member for the United States of America), Judge John J. Parker (alternate member of the United States of America), M. le Professeur Henri Donnedieu de Vabres (member for the French Republic), M. le Conseiller Robert Falco (alternate member for the French Republic). There are Close Up Shots of the tables with the prosecution counsels. At the table for the British prosecution counsel there are deputy chief prosecutor the Right Honourable Sir David Maxwell Fyfe, chief prosecutor HM Attorney-General Sir Hartley Shawcross, leading counsel Mr. G D Roberts, junior counsel Lieutenant-Colonel J M G Griffith-Jones and Colonel H J Phillimore. At the table for the prosecution counsel of the USA there are chief of counsel Mr. Justice Robert H Jackson, executive trial counsel Mr. Thomas J. Dodd and associate trial counsel Colonel John H Amen to be seen. At the table for the prosecution counsel of the USSR there are chief prosecutor General R A Rudenko, deputy chief prosecutor Colonel Y V Pokrovsky, assistant prosecutors M Y Raginsky, N D Zorya, L N Smirnov and L R Shenin to be seen (all in uniform). The judgements are read by the Judges Nikitchenko, Lawrence, Biddle and de Vabres who appear in CU shots. There are CU shots of the defendants receiving their judgements: Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess, Joachim von Ribbentrop, Wilhelm Keitel, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Alfred Rosenberg, Hans Frank, Wilhelm Frick, Julius Streicher, Walter Funk, Hjalmar Schacht, Karl Doenitz, Erich Raeder, Baldur von Schirach, Fritz Sauckel, Alfred Jodl, Franz von Papen, Artur Seyss-Inquart, Albert Speer, Konstantin von Neurath and Hans Fritzsche. There are also Close Up shots of the prosecutors Rudenko (USSR), Shawcross and Roberts (GB), Jackson and Dodd (USA). CU of the French counsel for prosecution. There are chief prosecutor M Auguste Champetier de Ribes, deputy chief prosecutor M Charles Dubost and M Edgar Faure and assistant prosecutors M Charles Gerthoffer and M Henri Delpech to be seen. CU of the British counsel for prosecution showing Sir David Maxwell Fyfe, Sir Hartley Shawcross, Mr. G. D. Roberts. Among the members of the defence counsel are: Dr. Egon Kubuschok (for von Papen and the Reich Cabinet), Dr. Robert Servatius (for Sauckel and the Party Leadership Corps), Dr. Alfred Seidl (Hess and Funk), Dr. Hanns Marx (for Streicher), Professor Franz Exner (for Jodl), Dr. Fritz Sauter (for von Schirach), Dr. Martin Horn (for von Ribbentrop), Otto Kranzbuehler (for Doenitz), Dr. Otto Stahmer (for Goering), Dr. Hans Laternser (for the High Command of the army), Dr. Hans Flaechsner (for Speer), Dr. Heinz Fritz (for Fritzsche), Dr. Otto Pannenbecker (for Frick), Dr. Alfred Thoma (for Rosenberg), Dr. Kurt Kauffmann (for Kaltenbrunner) and Dr. Otto Nelte (for Keitel).