In This Review

War Criminals and Punishment
War Criminals and Punishment
By George Creel
McBride, 1944, 303 pp

The Chairman of the Office of Public Information in the First World War strikes out vigorously against letting the punishment of "war criminals" go by default as was done after Versailles. After reviewing Germany's systematic use of atrocities as a weapon for exterminating enemies -- present and future -- Mr. Creel lines up with those who refuse to differentiate between "good" and "bad" Germans.