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Justice at Nuremburg
Justice at Nuremburg
By Robert Conot
Harper, 1983, 593 pp

A summary of the trial and of the Nazi record which was exhumed and judged. One of its avowed purposes, to prove that the Holocaust did in fact occur, received greater corroboration at subsequent trials. This is a popular retelling, without much depth or analysis, but inevitably gripping, with good sketches of the defendants and the inter-Allied, behind-the-scenes wrangling.