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The anatomy of the Nuremberg trials : a personal memoir

Author: Telford Taylor
Publisher: New York : Knopf, 1992.
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History of the Nuremberg war crimes trials by Telford Taylor, who became the American chief counsel.
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Taylor, Telford.
Anatomy of the Nuremberg trials.
New York : Knopf, 1992
(OCoLC)645847213
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Telford Taylor
ISBN: 0394583558 9780394583556
OCLC Number: 24912128
Description: xii, 703 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Nuremberg and the laws of war --
The Nuremberg ideas --
Justice Jackson takes over --
Establishing the court: the London Charter --
The defendants and the charges: Krupp and the German General Staff --
Berlin to Nuremberg --
Nuremberg: pretrial pains and problems --
On trial --
The Nuremberg War Crimes Community --
The SS and the general staff-high command --
Individual defendants, future trials, and criminal organizations --
The French and Soviet prosecutions --
The defendants: Goering and Hess --
The defendants: "Murderers' row" --
The defendants: bankers and admirals --
The defendants: the last nine --
The closing arguments --
The indicted organizations --
The defendants' last words --
The judgments of Solomons --
Judgement: law, crime, and punishment --
Epilogue and assessment.
Responsibility: Telford Taylor.
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History of the Nuremberg war crimes trials by Telford Taylor, who became the American chief counsel.

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