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On trial at Nuremberg

Author: Airey Neave
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, 1979, ©1978.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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An accessible account of the Nuremberg trials written by one of the officials involved. Neave gives a first-hand account of the defendants' behavior and character during the trial, and describes the background of how the trial came about and why these particular people were tried. - Amazon.
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Named Person: Airey Neave; Airey Neave
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Airey Neave
ISBN: 0316599301 9780316599306
OCLC Number: 4496829
Notes: Originally published in 1978 under title: Nuremberg.
Description: 348 pages, [8] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Part 1: My Path to Nuremberg. Out of Step in Unter den Linden --
At the Villa Huegel --
Slave Labour at Essen --
The Palace of Justice. Part 2: The Day of Indictment. The Iron Doors --
The reichsmarschall --
Rudolf Hess and the Second Bismarck --
The Beat of Nuremberg --
Baldur and the Unloved Philosopehr --
Frank, Funk and Frick: The Three Fs --
Two Alcoholics: KIaltenbrunner and Ley --
The Slave Merchants --
A Tale of Two Gentlemen --
The Gentle Judas --
Hitler's Banker--
A compettent Officer --
Lakaitel --
A Question of Naval Honour. Part 3: To the Day of Judgment. 'A Fair Trial for the Defendants' --
The Judges --
'The Greatest Trial in History' --
Jackson v. Goering --
The Art of Cross-Examination --
Criminal Organisations --
The General Staff and High Command --
Closing Speeches --
The Day of Judgment --
Time to Reflect. Appendix: Table of Verdicts and Sentences.
Other Titles: Nuremberg
Responsibility: by Airey Neave ; with a foreword by Rebecca West.

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An accessible account of the Nuremberg trials written by one of the officials involved. Neave gives a first-hand account of the defendants' behavior and character during the trial, and describes the background of how the trial came about and why these particular people were tried. - Amazon.

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