Das Recht in Siegerhand: Die 13 Nürnberger Prozesse 1945-1949 Gebundenes Buch
Has not everything already been said about Nuremberg? Not at all! With a surprising density of new details, Prof. Seidler devotes himself above all to the inhuman treatment of the defendants and the hair-raising witness and document manipulation as well as the legal references by court and plaintiff. In view of their own atrocities during the war, the author denies the Allies the right to judge Germans. For the first time a historian has systematically analyzed the 12 consecutive trials against generals, doctors, industrialists, etc., which were already under the impression of the beginning of the East-West conflict and therefore led to much lower judgments than the so-called main war crimes trial. The Germans were needed again. A historical treasure trove!
Hardcover: 368 pages
Size and / or weight: 17.8 x 3.3 x 24.8 cm
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