POST Photo Gallery: Production and Archival Images February 16, 2017 Take a look at production and archival images from the films: Nuremberg trial of Dr. Karl Brandt, Hitler's doctor and director of Nazi experiments on humans. Credit: PD / U.S. Signal CorpsMissing person investigators at a suspected mass grave site in Bugjono, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Credit: Jonathan SilversDr. Clyde Snow (l) with director of Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation Fredy Peccerelli (r). Credit: Robert CaccamiseFormer Nuremberg Tribunal Prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz at home. Credit: Robert CaccamiseFormer US Army Photographer Ronald Haeberle chronicled My Lai massacre. Credit: Jonathan SilversFormer US Justice Dept. war crime prosecutor Allan Ryan with Fernando Vasquez-Prada, survivor of Imperial Japanese Army massacre in Manila, Philippines. Credit: Jonathan Silvers.Marcel Stourdze, French Resistance Member who survived torture by Gestapo Chief Klaus Barbie, Paris, France. Credit: Robert Caccamise.Mass grave exhumation in Bugjono, Bosnia-Herzegovina by forensic scientists of International Commission on Missing Persons. Credit: Jonathan SilversRemains of genocide victim examined at Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation. Credit: Robert CaccamiseWar crime forensic assessment, Bukavu, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Credit: Jonathan SilversMother of adolescent sexual violence victim testifies at Military Tribunal, Bukavu, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Credit: Jonathan SilversSexual violence ward, Panzi Hospital, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Credit: Jonathan SilversMass murderer Jean "Gasumari" Ngirumpotse in Taba, Rwanda. Credit: Jonathan SilversForensic anthropologist Dr. Clyde Snow identifies bullet fragments in an skull x-ray of a victim abducted and executed by the military in the 1990s. Credit: Eric Stover Dead Reckoning: War, Crime, and Justice from WW2 to the War on Terror Premieres Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 8-11 p.m. nationwide on PBS.