Nuremberg: Evil on Trial. James Owen

Nuremberg Evil on Trial James Owen In Nazi leaders took the stand in Nuremberg facing trial for atrocities that had stunned the world Through a carefully woven selection of words of prosecutors judges commentators and defen

  • Title: Nuremberg: Evil on Trial. James Owen
  • Author: James Owen
  • ISBN: 9780755315451
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 1946, 22 Nazi leaders took the stand in Nuremberg, facing trial for atrocities that had stunned the world Through a carefully woven selection of words of prosecutors, judges, commentators and defendants, this is an accessible but dramatic insider view of the greatest trial in history.

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    2 thoughts on “Nuremberg: Evil on Trial. James Owen

    1. James Owen Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Nuremberg: Evil on Trial. James Owen book, this is one of the most wanted James Owen author readers around the world.

    2. This is a reasonable introduction to the Nuremberg trials and what happened, though it is not a narrative. It's a selection of short extracts from the trial transcripts and the notes of some of those involved, with short commentaries from the author. If you like looking at the raw source like this, it'd suit you, but it's not for everyone as you keep stopping and starting and going to different topics. I was interested to learn that much of the trial was not taken up with the dreadful atrocities [...]

    3. The book is a good place to start for someone interested in the Nuremberg Trials. Aside from the trial, the author also handled the events happening behind the scenes giving the reader an idea as to how the trial affected both parties and vice versa. The book is composed of transcripts from the trial as well as journal entries of those involved so there are parts where the reader might fnd it difficult to continue if only because trial transcripts are not the easiest to read. Overall though, it [...]

    4. I learned from this book. It captures not just the trial but also the mood in both the allied camp and in Nuremberg at the time. If you are wishing to learn about the trials and the men involved in context of the time and politics then this is an excellent place to start. It includes actual transcripts along side character profiles for the most prominent players. The book is not easy to read in parts, but then that is a reflection on the war and trials not being a piece of history easily ignored [...]

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