The Nuremberg Trial

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 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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User Review  - Roger L. - Goodreads

In deference to the other comments placed here, I did not know that the authors were British. I find prior knowledge like that tends to bias one from the true, inherent qualities of the book. My copy ... Read full review

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User Review  - David Abbott - Goodreads

I thought this was a great book and it covered everything I wanted to know about these trials. The general opinion of 4 stars is correct. Read full review


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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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