Inside Nurnberg: Military Justice for Nazi War Criminals by Roy A. Martin

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Inside Nurnberg: Military Justice for Nazi War Criminals
Title:
Inside Nurnberg: Military Justice for Nazi War Criminals
Author:
Roy A. Martin
ISBN:
1572492279
ISBN13:
978-1572492271
Size PDF:
1601 kb
Size epub:
1547 kb
Publisher:
White Mane Pub; First Edition edition (October 16, 2000)
Language:
English
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4.5
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Martin served in the U.S. army as the physician for 21 Nazi leaders awaiting trial for war crimes. Among his patients were G÷ring, Hess, Sopeer, and Keitel. He pronounced many of his patients dead after their executions; others continued to receive his care in Spandau prison. Here Martin offers his account of the trials at Nnrnberg. He describes the defendants and their attitudes. He also discusses conditions in the prisons, criticisms of the executions, errors reported elsewhere as fact, and the implications of Nnrnberg for the future prosecution of war crimes. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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