The Nuremberg Trial

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Atheneum, 1984 - 519 sidor
In 1946, twenty-two leaders of Nazi Germany stood trial for war crimes, including the deaths of millions of innocent Holocaust victims. The Nuremberg Trials draws on a multiplicity of sources (including the minutes of the tribunal's closed deliberations on verdicts) to recreate brilliantly the proceedings and to offer a reasoned, often profound examination of the processes that created international law.

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A classic book that describes how the major Nazi war criminals were apprehended, how the war tribunal was assembled, the testimony, and the verdict. Läs hela recensionen

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I could not urge anyone enough to buy this book - an engrossing tale of the trials and the participants. I found the political and legal arguments concerning the moral authority of the court very ... Läs hela recensionen

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