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Trials of War Criminals Before the Nuernberg Military Tribunals Under Control Council Law No. 10, Nuremberg, October 1946 - April 1949

Nuernberg Military Tribunals

Published by U.S. Government Printing Office (U.S. G.P.O), Washington D.C., 1953
Condition: vg Hardcover

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Complete in 15 volumes. 8vo. Original gold-stamped green cloth with gold lettering on spine. Important historical documentation, containing the proceedings of the last Nuremberg War trials. In April 1949, judgment was rendered in the last of the series of 12 Nuremberg war crimes trials which had begun in October 1946 and were held pursuant to Allied Control Council Law No. 10. The defendants, charged with war crimes and other offenses against international penal law, were prominent figures in the Third Reich and included von Weizsäcker, von Krosig, Lammers, Field Marshals von Leeb, List, von Küchler; SS leaders such as Ohlendorf, Pohl, Hildebrandt; industrialists Frick and Krupp; directors of I.G. Farben, as well as leading professional men such as physician Gerhard Rose, and the jurist and Acting Minister of Justice, Schlegelberger. The records of these trials constitute a major source of historical material covering many events from 1933 (some earlier) to 1945, in Germany and elsewhere in Europe. This work contains the indictments, judgments, and other important portions of the record of these last 12 cases. Most volumes illustrated with b/w reproductions of photographs.Minor shelf wear and staining on bindings. Slight soiling to page edges of few volumes, small areas on some page edges in few volumes bumped and creased. Minor glue remnants from previously present bookplate on inside of front boards. Hinges tight. Complete set in overall good to very good condition. Requires extra shipping cost. Vol. I) xxviii, 1004pp. Case 1: The Medical Case, U.S. v. BrandtVol. II) v, 898pp. Case 1: The Medical Case, U.S. v. Brandt. Case 2: The Milch Case, U.S. v. MilchVol. III) xxxi, 1236pp. Case 3: The Justice Case, U.S. v. AltstoetterVol. IV) xxx, 1185pp. Case 8: The Einsatztruppen Case, U.S. v. Ohlendorf. The Rusha Case, U.S. v. GreifeltVol. V) vi, 1273pp. Case 8: The Rusha Case, U.S. v. Greifelt. Case 4: The Pohl Case, U.S. v. Pohl. Ex-libris of Rutgers University of Law Library on inside of front board.Vol VI) xxx, 1268pp. Case 5: The Flick Case, U.S. v. FlickVol. VII) xiii, 1601pp. Case 6: The I.G. Farben Case, U.S. v. KrauchVol. VIII) vii, 1454pp. Case 6: The I.G. Farben Case, U.S. v. KrauchVol. IX) viii, 1539pp. Case 10: The Krupp Case, U.S. v. KruppVol. X) xxxi, 1308pp. Case 12: The High Command Case, U.S. v. von LeebVol. XI) iv, 1332pp. Case 12: The High Command Case, U.S. v. von Leeb. Case 7: The Hostage Case, U.S. v. ListVol. XII) xxxi, 1330pp. Case 11: The Ministries Case, U.S. v. von WeizaeckerVol. XIII) iv, 1205pp. Case 11: The Ministries Case, U.S. v. von WeizaeckerVol. IV) iv, 1270pp. Case 11: The Ministries Case, U.S. v. von WeizaeckerVol. XV) xxiv, 1238pp. Procedure, Practice and Administration. Bookseller Inventory # 31373

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Title: Trials of War Criminals Before the Nuernberg...

Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office (U.S. G.P.O), Washington D.C.

Publication Date: 1953

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:vg

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