Davidson, Eugene. Rosenbaum asserts in his book, Prosecuting Nazi War Criminals: "In short, only a minority of planners and perpetrators were ever brought to trial During his testimony, he admitted several war crimes and atrocities and his own testimony was sufficient evidence to convict him.
Together they looked like an infectious disease that needed to be put to rest. Also includes historical footage of the Soviet Union before the German invasion. During the trials women were wrongly accused of being witches. So there wasn't even a difference of opinion when deciding the fate of these people's lives.
Includes his report to the President, in which he summarizes his actions in relation to the trial, the opening statement for the United States, the closing address, and several cross-examinations and arguments. The Nuremberg Trials lasted nearly a year since there were so many atrocities to be accounted for.
Recounts her experiences and impressions of those witnesses. The Nuremberg Charter "defined war crimes as violations of the laws or customs of war" Rosenbaum p, S68 [ Find in a library near you external link ] Detailed two-volume chronicle of the Nuremberg Trial written by one of the American prosecutors.
Includes biographical profiles of the interpreters, a list of the judges, prosecution teams, and defense attorneys, a summary of the verdicts, and a bibliography.
Includes an appendix listing the main documents cited in the text.