The Nuremberg Trial: A History of Nazi Germany as Revealed Through the Testimony at Nuremberg
This book is an attempt to make the material of the Nuremberg Trial available to a wider public in a comprehensible form. The verbatim reports of the court proceedings alone run to forty-two volumes. The authors have attempted to recreate for the reader the atmosphere of the immediate postwar period and a picture of the general circumstances of the time, as well as to describe the developments leading up to the Trial.
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