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The surprising story of how a British Conservative politician played a key role in creating the

European Convention on Human Rights

was made by the Met Film School and RightsInfo

to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Nuremberg Nazi war crime trials.


It was inspired by the life and words of

David  Maxwell Fyfe (1900-1967).

A live historic reading of extracts from the Nuremberg Trials staged on the 70th anniversary of  the start of  the trials. Read by descendants of

Judge Sir Geoffrey Lawrence (presiding judge at Nuremberg), prosecutor Sir David Maxwell Fyfe and defendant, Hans Frank. Recorded at The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law by Altitude Films