Soviet Justice and the Trial of Radek and Others
By Dudley Collard
Gollancz, 1937, 208 pp.
An English barrister who attended Radek's trial explains why he believes both it and that of Kamenev, Zinoviev and others in August 1936 were conducted fairly and arrived at just decisions. The completeness of the confessions in the first trial is laid to the conspirators' desire to shield their accomplices.