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Nuremberg, 1945–6

  • John W. Wheeler-Bennett

Abstract

Much has already been written by lawyers, historians and politicians on the Nuremberg Trials of the major war criminals; much more will doubtless be written in the future. It is improbable that agreement will ever be reached, but at least the subject has provided a happy hunting ground for many. I have made my own small contribution as a historian in The Semblance of Peace and I shall therefore repeat little of it here except as personal reminiscence. But I feel disposed to reiterate certain fundamentals in which I believe implicitly.

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International Criminal Military Tribunal Defence Counsel Official History Civilise World 
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© The Estate of the late Sir John W. Wheeler-Bennett 1976

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  • John W. Wheeler-Bennett

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