Not Guilty at Nuremberg
The German Defense Case
Uninformed people consider the "Nuremberg War Crimes Trials" as the ultimate proof of the guilt of the German leadership before and during World War II. The transcripts of the proceedings, however, tell an entirely different story.
This volume contain the defense argument put forward by the main defendants at the trial. It shows that the trial broke every legal precedent and procedure of evidence in the book.
Defendant were refused the right to cross-examine "witnesses," blatantly forged documents were accepted a genuine without question, and evidence indicating torture of suspects was struck out by order of the judges.
In addition, the blatant contradictions in the prosecution argument (which saw the Germans charged with the exact same behavior as exhibited by the Allies during the war), combined with the persuasive counter arguments from the defendants themselves, provides a fascinating insight into the 1946 lynch-mob proceedings which masqueraded as "trials."
|Size:||6"×9" (229 mm x 152 mm)|
|Illustrations:||26 b/w ill.|
|Publisher:||Carlos Porter: self-published (Lulu)|