2 edition of Inside the Nuremberg Trial found in the catalog.
Inside the Nuremberg Trial
Drexel A. Sprecher
|Statement||Drexel A. Sprecher. Vol.1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 712p. :|
|Number of Pages||712|
Whitney R. Harris, a prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trial, authored one to the first books on the subject. His book "Tyranny on Trial" was published in The Introduction of the book was authored by Justice Robert H. Jackson, the chief American Prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trial ().Author: Jared Wellman. Nuremberg trials were carried out in Nuremberg, Germany with the intention of bringing Nazi war criminals to Justice. The trials took place between and , where the defendants included German industrialists, high-ranking military officers, lawyers and Nazi party officials were indicted on various charges. The charges included crimes against humanity and crimes against peace.
Inside Nuremberg prison: a biography of Howard Triest. [Helen Fry] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Helen Fry. Find more information about: ISBN: # Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, \/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. In an extraordinary re-creation of the Third Reich's day of reckoning, Persico recaptures the trial in bold strokes and minute detail. He enters the minds of all the key actors via groundbreaking research that includes the private papers of the Nuremburg prison psychiatrist and commandant, the letters and journals of the prisoners, and the accounts of the day-to-day struggles, compromises, and 4/5(4).
The Nuremberg Trials were a series of trials that occurred in post-World War II Germany to provide a platform for justice against accused Nazi war criminals. The first attempt to punish the perpetrators was conducted by the International Military Tribunal (IMT) in the German city of Nuremberg, beginning on Novem Nuremberg is steeped in history, so exploring it without a guide risks missing important landmarks and background. Gain a comprehensive picture of its past, including its place as the site of Nazi rallies and World War II Nuremberg Trials, with this tour/5().
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Inside the Nuremberg Trial is a two volume set that provides the most comprehensive and accessible representation of the trial of the major German war criminals before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, Germany following World War II.
The author discusses the evidence, the arguments of counsel for both the Prosecution and the Defense, and the judgment of the International Military Tribunal/5(4). By (author) Drexel A. Sprecher. Share. Inside the Nuremberg Trial is a two volume set that provides the most comprehensive and accessible representation of the trial of the major German war criminals before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, Germany following World War II/5(3).
Interesting and detailed account of the Nuremberg Trials. The book opens with a short, but very intense description of the liberation of a death camp in Belsen and it's written in the point of view of Clara Greenbaum, a woman kept in the camp with her children/5. Inside the Nuremberg Trial: A Prosecutor's Comprehensive Account by Drexel A, Sprecher (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, ); pp,; two volumes, $95 cloth, While much has been written about the war crimes trials after World War II, there is little as comprehensive, comprehensible, and succinct as this book by one of the U.S.
His book is the only one of its kind about the most important trial in history; it is a descriptive Inside the Nuremberg Trial book of -- Henry T. King, Jr., Prosecuting attorney at Nuremberg a very lucid summary of the IMT that portrays the vital outlines of the trial without requiring the reader to wade through the enormous mass of official trial.
The initial trials were held in the city of Nuremberg, in Bavaria, Germany, from November to October The most well-known of these trials was the first to take place.
The trial consisted of 24 high-ranking officials in Nazi Germany. Several of the German leaders had committed suicide before the trials could begin. These were also the questions that a team of American psychologists and psychiatrists were directed to answer during the Nuremberg Trials that opened on Novemsix months after the war.
The Nuremberg Trials: The Nazis and Their Crimes Against Humanity The Nuremberg War Crimes Trials began on 20 November and ended on 13 April At the first trial, twenty-four leading Nazis were indicted. This book will include extracts fr. Inside the Nuremberg Trial: A Prosecutor's Comprehensive Account by Drexel A.
Sprecher. Trial Issues. Uncover the topics related to the Nuremberg trials. Trial issues are criminal activities or subjects at issue in a trial that are addressed by a document.
Usually these are prosecution charges—like crimes against humanity—or a defense response. Examine some of the collection's most-accessed trial topics.
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Coordinates The Nuremberg trials (German: Nürnberger Prozesse) were a series of military tribunals held after World War II by the Allied forces under international law and the laws oThe trials were most notable for the prosecution of prominent members of the political, military, judicial, and economic leadership of Nazi Germany, who planned, carried out, or otherwise participated in the.
This book provides a very compelling narrative of the Nuremberg Nazi War Criminal Trial. We see the development of trial from the creation of the ex post facto creation of laws by the international community, through the politics and positioning evident amongst both the lawyers and the prisoners themselves and on to the sentencing of the prisoners/5.
Inside the Nuremberg Trial: a prosecutor’s comprehensive account. by Drexel A. Sprecher ISBN: Publication Date: Hathi Trust e-books on the Nuremberg Trials 18 e-books related to The Nuremberg trials.
Bibliography Author: Jared Wellman. Early years and personal life. Speer was born in Mannheim, into an upper-middle-class was the second of three sons of Luise Máthilde Wilhelmine (Hommel) and Albert Friedrich Speer. Inthe family leased their Mannheim residence and moved to a home they had in Heidelberg.
Henry T. King, deputy prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials who later wrote a book about Speer said, "Love and Children: 6, including Albert, Hilde, Margarete.
Joseph Persico, Nuremberg: Infamy on Trial, Viking Press () Bradley F. Smith, Reaching Judgment at Nuremberg, Basic Books () Bradley F. Smith, The Road to Nuremberg, Basic Books () Telford Taylor, The Anatomy of the Nuremberg Trials, Little Brown () G. Gilbert, Nuremberg Diaries, DeCapo Press ().
The Nuremberg trials were a series of 13 trials carried out in Nuremberg, Germany, between and to try those accused of Nazi war. One of his five best books about the Nuremberg trials and the prosecution of Nazi war criminals, as told to the Wall Street Journal: The Nuremberg Interviews by Leon Goldensohn () In earlya psychiatrist in the U.S.
Army named Leon Goldensohn was assigned as the prison psychiatrist at Nuremberg. Throughout the trial, Gilbert made no secret of his desire to turn his experiences into a book.
After returning to the United States in he published "Nuremberg Diary," which gave an account of his interactions with the prisoners. Nurnberg trials, a series of trials held in Nurnberg, Germany, in –46, in which former Nazi leaders were indicted and tried as war criminals by the International Military Tribunal.
The court rejected the defense that only countries could perpetrate war crimes and found most of. This is a magisterial and important book, and presently probably the most useful survey of the famous trial in Nuremberg (Nuernberg to the Germans), written by one of its junior prosecutors. It usually treats only of the events of the courtroom trial itself, with some reference, but not much anecdote or detail about matters behind the scenes/5.William Shawcross on "Nuremberg: The Facts, the Law and the Consequences" by Peter Calvocoressi, "The Anatomy of the Nuremberg Trials" by Telford Taylor, "The Nuremberg Interviews" by Leon.
How the Nuremberg trials found names for the Nazis' crimes In this extract from his book East West Street, human rights lawyer Philippe Sands tells Author: Philippe Sands.