Nuremberg Trials

Discussion in 'The Third Reich' started by James2019, Aug 22, 2019.

  1. James2019

    James2019 Member

    i've seen several docs on utube about the nuremberg trials, they're quite detailed but im just wandering if there might be some bits and peices that i might missed.

    if it helps, i already know about what countreis were involved in the trials, what nazis were also on trial, the outcome of the trial.

    any tips would be useful
  2. Buteman

    Buteman 336/102 LAA Regiment (7 Lincolns), RA

    One of my favourite books was written by G.M. Gilbert called Nuremburg Diary.
  3. James2019

    James2019 Member

    what info does that contain that i have not stated above???
  4. Buteman

    Buteman 336/102 LAA Regiment (7 Lincolns), RA

    Google it.
  5. James2019

    James2019 Member

    ive googled it, seems to be a very interesting boo kindeed! thanks for suggesting it. Hopefully it will fill a few gaps that i have
  6. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

  7. Dave55

    Dave55 Atlanta, USA Patron

  8. Lindele

    Lindele formerly HA96

    the Nuremberg Trials were going on for days and weeks. And I am sure they could have continued even longer, because not all relevant folks were sentenced.
    Have you done any research on German books and films? This might answer your open questions.
    I am assuming, you read and understand German. After all, it is the slightly more complicated version of Dutch and English.:D
    Last edited: Aug 23, 2019
  9. Tolbooth

    Tolbooth Patron Patron

    'Interrogations: Inside the Minds of the Nazi Elite' by Richard Overy is also a very good book.

    There are also a series of books published by William Hodge, publisher, just after the war (1949) about the subsequent war crime trials - I've read 'The Belsen trial' by Raymond Phillips
  10. Harry Ree

    Harry Ree Very Senior Member

    Interrogations.The Nazi Elite in Allied Hands 1945 by Richard Overy is a very good reference publication on the subject for it records the individual accused's interrogations.Is it the same publication as referenced by John above?

    A search for "Ashcan" reports gives some insight to the behaviour of the accused while held in detention prior to the trial ....Ashcan....military code for the detention centre at the requisitioned Grand Hotel at Mondorf les Bains in Luxemburg. Interesting to see the focus on the bare bones of these personalities and how they reacted with other accused while in captivity.

    Probably the standard work covering the Nuremberg Trial is that by Ann Tusa and John Tusa with their publication, The Nuremberg Trial.
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  11. James2019

    James2019 Member

    thanks, some very useful info here

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