Nuremberg trials stenographer shares memories at military museum

At the age of 17, Hertha “Hedy” Sheridan served as a stenographer as some of the 20th century’s most infamous war criminals were put on trial in Nuremberg, Germany, after World War II. At 85 years old, Sheridan recently spoke to a packed house at the Michigan Military & Technical Museum about her experiences, according to an article posted Nov. 25 by candgnews.com, which serves Warren, Mich.

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