State Department Nuremberg Trial & Pearl Harbor Documents
Documents gathered by the State Department in preparation for two separate investigations following WW II, the Nuremberg Trials and the Pearl Harbor Attack Inquiry, make up this collection. The Nuremberg records include photostatic copies of telegrams and consular reports prepared for the Secretary of State between 1932 and 1941. Also included are copies of correspondence between Franklin D. Roosevelt and his advisers.
Pearl Harbor papers include copies of decoded Japanese telegrams, memoranda sent to the Chief of Staff, telegrams and consular reports from 1939 to 1942, as well as the Army Pearl Harbor Board Reports and statements by Henry Stimson and Harry Truman in 1945-1946.