Judgment at Nuremberg Act 1): Analyze the exchange between Capt. Byers and Judge Heywood on pp. 21-23. Consider carefully the implications of this exchange from the perspective of Heywood’s assumption that the Americans and their judges are in a significantly superior moral position compared to the Germans and their judges. What problem becomes apparent with Heywood’s assumption during his conversation with Capt. Byers?
Judgment at Nuremberg Act 2): Consider carefully the exchange between Gen. Merrin & Col. Parker on pp 72-73. Contrast this exchange with the one between Rolfe and Janning on pp 67-68. What is the significance of these conversations when we consider whether this particular trial is fair and impartial?