Innocent at Dachau: Court Reporter at the Dachau War Criminal Trial

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In this moving memoir and carefully researched historical study, an insider tears apart the popular image of the postwar American-run "war crimes" trials of Germans. As a young court reporter at the US war crimes trials held at Dachau, the author returned to the transcripts -- and his memories of those proceedings for a fresh look at how injustice was done to the defendants. A major contribution to the study of the postwar trials.
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In this moving memoir and carefully researched historical study, an insider tears apart the popular image of the postwar American-run "war crimes" trials of Germans. As a young court reporter at the US war crimes trials held at Dachau, the author returned to the transcripts -- and his memories of those proceedings for a fresh look at how injustice was done to the defendants. A major contribution to the study of the postwar trials.*Creases and small tears on dustjacket*
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AuthorJoseph Halow
PublisherInstitute fot Historical Review
Year1992
ISBN9780939482405
BindingHardcover
ConditionGood
Dustjacket ConditionFair
CommentsCreases and small tears on dustjacket
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