The Nuremberg Trial

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McGraw-Hill, 1985 - History - 519 pages
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Drawing on an extensive range of sources, including the minutes of the British prosecution team and the minutes of the tribunal's closed deliberations, this study traces the trial's legal, political, and logistical problems and vividly recreates the court

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The trials at Nuremberg of the major Nazi war criminals post World War II provided the final punctuation to a grizzly period in human history. This book is not a rehashing of the horrors inflicted by ... Read full review

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This is a fairly comprehensive look at the Nuremberg Trials which starts with the initial discussions about what to do after the War. Interesting to see the wrangling and the differences of opinions ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter One
11
Chapter Three
33
Chapter Four
50
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About the author (1985)

Ann Tusa met John Tusa at Cambridge University and are now married. Now writing partners, they are the authors of The Berlin Airlift and The Nuremberg Trial. They live in London, England.

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