Offered is this unique pair of polaroid glasses from the 1948 Nuremberg War Tribunal. Because the court room had been equipped with neon lighting to film the trials, these American made polaroid glasses were given to the defendants to protect their eyes from the flood lights, after they were complaining that the bright light would hurt their eyes. In the trial documentary Göring, Dönitz & Co. can be seen wearing these exact glasses. The pair that is offered for sale is a spare in its original, stamped imitation leather case. A true piece of history!
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