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Filename convention:

The volume number of the British TGMWC series appears in the second
field - i.e. "tgmwc-01-01-something" indicates material from the
first volume. The third field indicates the trial day. The fourth field 
indicates the part number of the file, as there will usually be 
numerous files required to contain the full transcripts for each day, 
for convenience.

Each "something" suggests the title of the chapter transcribed.

Thus the file "tgmwc-01-01.01" is from Volume 01 of the series, and 
contains transcripts of the first day of the Tribunal. The *.01 
indicates Part One of a series of files containing that day's 

                 |   |  |  |
                 |   |  |  +----> Part One
                 |   |  +-------> Day 1 of the Tribunal
                 |   +----------> Volume 1 of the series
                 +--------------> (See below)
           The Trial of German Major War Criminals
                       Proceedings of
             The International Military Tribunal
                    Sitting At Nuremberg
                           Part 1
           20th November, 1945 to December 1, 1945  
             Taken From The Official Transcript
         Under The Authority of the Attorney-General
             By His Majesty's Stationery Office
                        London: 1946

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