National Archief

Archival Partners


In 2009, the Nationaal Archief of the Netherlands made a significant financial contribution to the Schulberg/Waletzky Restoration of Nuremberg: Its Lesson for TodayIn collaboration with the Erasmus Prize Foundation, it hosted the world premiere of the restored film in The Hague on November 13, 2009.

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For more information about the World Premiere at The Hague & the Amnesty International "Movies that Matter" Film Tour click HERE.




Schulberg Productions has worked closely with the Motion Picture Branch of NARA, especially Les Waffen, since embarking on the restoration and preservation of the films of the Marshall Plan in 2003, and subsequently on the restoration of Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today. 

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The Bundesarchiv is the German government's official archive, holding public and private records originating from the German Reich, the German Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany. The Bundesarchiv is a government agency under the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media within the Federal Chancellery. It constitutes the main executive body charged with safeguarding of the national film heritage.

The Bundesarchiv's motion picture department – the "Filmarchiv" — is staffed by about 100 people. It is associated with other German film archives and film institutions, and its mandate is to serve as the central German film archive responsible for collecting, cataloguing, preserving and providing access to the whole range of German or German co-produced films (except TV productions). For the restoration of Nuremberg, the Filmarchiv provided its best surviving 35m print to Schulberg Productions, on loan, which was arranged by restoration collaborator Karin Küehn.

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The Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive

Schulberg Productions is indebted to the staff of the Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive, especially its Director, Raye Farr, for their extraordinary level of research assistance and morale support on the Nuremberg film restoration. Sandra Schulberg began to work closely with Raye Farr and the Archive in 2005, and the Archive and its staff has played a vital role in achieving the project’s ambitious restoration objectives.

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Film and Video Archive
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, DC 20024-2126
Tel.: (202) 488-6104
Fax: (202) 314-7820


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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, DC 20024-2126
Main telephone: (202) 488-0400
TTY: (202) 488-0406



Nationall Archief

Elwin Hendrikse, coordinator of the Nuremberg restoration project
on behalf of the Nationaal Archief of the Netherlands.
(Photo by Sandra Schulberg, June 2009)