Soviet judgment at Nuremberg : a new history of the international military tribunal after World War II
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2020
XVI, 536 p. : photograph. carte ; 24 cm
Organized in the immediate aftermath of World War Two by the victorious Allies, the Nuremberg Trials were intended to hold the Nazis to account for their crimes — and to restore a sense of justice to a world devastated by violence. As Francine Hirsch reveals in this immersive, gripping, and ground-breaking book, a major piece of the Nuremberg story has routinely been omitted from standard accounts: the part the Soviet Union played in making the trials happen in the first place.
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