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Witnesses to Nuremberg : an oral history of American participants at the war crimes trials

Autor: Bruce M Stave; Michele Palmer; Leslie Frank
Editorial: New York : Twayne Publishers, ©1998.
Serie: Twayne's oral history series, no. 27.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Biografía : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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"Witnesses to Nuremberg: An Oral History of American Participants at the War Crimes Trials brings this historic event into focus on a very personal level. Oral historians Bruce M. Stave and Michele Palmer, with the assistance of Leslie Frank, have conducted a series of interviews with Americans who were involved in the trials and, through eleven compelling oral histories, get behind the scenes to recreate the  Leer más
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Género/Forma: History
Interviews
Personal narratives
Sources
Personal narratives, American
Tipo de material: Biografía
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Bruce M Stave; Michele Palmer; Leslie Frank
ISBN: 0805716289 9780805716283
Número OCLC: 39695778
Descripción: xiv, 241 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contenido: The courtroom's architect. Dan Kiley: architect of Palace of Justice renovations --
Prison and security guards. William H. Glenny: cell and escort guard for major war criminals ; Burton Carlow: special services for prison and court facilities at Nuremberg ; George Krevit: court page --
Interrogators and translators. Harry Fiss: translator/documentation ; Joseph Maier: chief, analysis section, interrogation division --
Attorneys. Seymour Peyser: legal staff for International Military Tribunal ; Robert King: attorney, justice case ; Henry King Jr.: prosecution staff --
Journalists. Harold Burson: American Forces Network radio correspondent ; Andy Logan: correspondent for The New Yorker --
Conclusion: Talking about Witnesses to Nuremberg --
Appendixes : A. International Military Tribunal (IMT): charges, verdicts, and sentences, and statistical table of the 12 subsequent trials ; B. Transcript of American Forces Network broadcast, November 19, 1945.
Título de la serie: Twayne's oral history series, no. 27.
Responsabilidad: Bruce M. Stave and Michele Palmer, with Leslie Frank.

Resumen:

"Witnesses to Nuremberg: An Oral History of American Participants at the War Crimes Trials brings this historic event into focus on a very personal level. Oral historians Bruce M. Stave and Michele Palmer, with the assistance of Leslie Frank, have conducted a series of interviews with Americans who were involved in the trials and, through eleven compelling oral histories, get behind the scenes to recreate the American community at Nuremberg. These first person accounts humanize history as readers share the experiences of American prosecutors, security personnel, journalists, and even the architect who designed the courtroom. Since the interviewees represent average people and not the "stars" of Nuremberg, their voices speak directly to the reader in terms that a modern audience can understand." "This latest addition to Twayne's Oral History Series allows us to come face-to-face with the Nazi defendants, learn about interactions with ordinary German citizens, and reflect upon the meaning of justice in the post-World War II world. Suitable for the classroom as well as the general reader, this volume recreates a historic reckoning that the world can ill afford to forget."--Jacket.

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