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  1. When did the Nuremberg trials begin?
  2. What was Mr. Cronkite’s role during the trials?
  3. What does Mr. Cronkite say might have been most shocking in the trials?
  4. What did Hermann Goering claim in his testimony?
  5. What was the problem with trying to figure out how to try these criminals?
  6. By 1944, what were the two issues that had developed a broad consensus when it came to trying these criminals?
  7. What mistake did people want to avoid repeating from the aftermath of World War I and the Treaty of Versailles?
  8. Mr. Cronkite brings the debate of the Nuremberg trials full circle by comparing them to what modern trial? How is this modern trial similar to a previous trial?