As a postscript to the 75th anniversary of the beginning of the Nuremberg trial, Peter Less should be mentioned here. Born in Koenigsberg, who fled to Switzerland in 1938 at the age of 17, he never  saw his relatives again, all perished in the Holocaust. He trained as an interpreter in Geneva was one of the simultaneous interpreters at the Nuremberg main trial. His life story is published in the Visual History Archive Online ( USC Shoah Foundation):
Link to the interview of the USC Shoah Foundation (English)

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