NUREMBERG, Germany (AP) — A new exhibit is opening to mark the 65th anniversary of the Nuremberg war crimes trial — the landmark process that brought top Nazis to justice and established precedents that now underpin international law.The exhibit is being opened Sunday, the day after the anniversary of the opening of the trial in 1945, in the Palace of Justice building where it was held. It allows visitors to view original video and hear audio recordings from the trial, and peer inside the courtroom where men like Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess and Julius Streicher defended their crimes.It also takes visitors through the prosecutions of Nazis that followed the Nuremberg trial, then on to modern examples born out of the Nuremberg principles like the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal that began trials in 1993, and today’s International Criminal Court in The Hague.The Nuremberg proceedings broke new ground in holding government leaders individually responsible for their aggression and slaughter of millions of innocents.They also established new offenses: crimes against peace, waging a war of aggression, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.Over 218 trial days, the 21 high-ranking Nazis in the dock faced a panel of judges that represented the victorious Allies — the United States, the Soviet Union, Britain and France.