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Reaching judgment at Nuremberg / Bradley F. Smith.

; Mazal Holocaust Collection
New York : Basic Books, [1977] .
ISBN 0465068391

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Other Authors Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Subjects Germany.
Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946.
Nuremberg, Procès de, 1945-1946.
Nürnberger Prozesse.
Processen van Neurenberg.
Description xviii, 349 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1977]
©1977
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 335-338) and index.
Summary Thirty years after the event, the historic judgment of the Nuremberg Tribunal that tried Nazi Germany's major war criminals continues to haunt us. Was "justice" done or are the critics right when they point to the continuing persistence of crimes against the peace and against humanity - in Russia, Viet Nam, South Africa, and elsewhere - as proof that the whole enterprise was doomed from the beginning to be nothing more than the judgment of the victors over the vanquished?
Contents chapter 1. The setting -- chapter 2. The road to Nuremberg -- chapter 3. The London Conference and the Nuremberg Indictment -- chapter 4. The trial -- chapter 5. Judgement I : conspiracy -- chapter 6. Judgement II : general provisions and criminal organizations -- chapter 7. Individual verdicts : Hermann Goering to Seyss-Inquart -- chapter 8. The difficult verdicts : Albert Speer to karl Doenitz -- chapter 9. The acquittals : Schacht, Papen, Fritzsche -- chapter 10. Conclusion.
Geographic Area Germany
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2372867
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WorldCat Identities Smith, Bradley F.
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