The Nuremberg Project, a Web site presented by the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, has begun to offer online access to the Donovan Collection, the personal documents and papers of General William J. "Wild Bill" Donovan. After World War II, during the International Military Tribunal (IMT) in Nuremberg, Donovan served as special assistant to the U.S. Chief Prosecutor. Selecting from his papers every six months, the Nuremberg Project has recently issued its first installment -- a document from July 6, 1945, titled "The Nazi Master Plan: The Persecution of the Christian Churches." The site provides users with not only digital copies of original source documents but also insightful commentary from Holocaust and Nuremberg scholars. Researchers, academics, and World War II enthusiasts should find the site valuable. Users with low bandwidth should be wary though; the first installment is nearly 40 MB.