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Products for grant PW-253721-17

Nuremberg Tribunals Project: Trial 9
Jonathan Zittrain, President and Fellows of Harvard College

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Scanning Nuremberg (series) (Blog Post)
Title: Scanning Nuremberg (series)
Author: Matthew Seccombe
Abstract: The Scanning Nuremberg series shares the observations and insights of Matt Seccombe, Nuremberg Trials Project Metadata Manager/Document Analyst, as he analyzes documents for digitization as part of the HLS Library’s Nuremberg Trials Project website.
Date: 01/23/2018
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Primary URL Description: This is the URL to one of the blog postings in this series. There is no single URL for the series itself. The user needs to search on "scanning nuremberg" (for example) to bring up the postings belonging to this series.
Blog Title: Scanning Nuremberg: jokes and consequences, illness and honor, and more
Website: Et Seq. -- the Blog of the Harvard University Library

Nuremberg Case Analysis Database (Database/Archive/Digital Edition)
Title: Nuremberg Case Analysis Database
Author: Matthew Seccombe
Abstract: The Case 9 project added 1,129 new records comprising 6,700 document pages to the project database, which stores the metadata for the project's website. The metadata supports fielded search for website users.
Year: 2017
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Primary URL Description: This is the user interface to the Nuremberg Trials project's document collection (an estimated 130,000 documents plus 13 trial transcripts by project completion in 2020).
Access Model: The data in the database is accessed via an open-access website.