by Joshua M. Greene
Hardcover, 385 pages, Random House Inc, List Price: $26 |
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A look inside the Nuremberg trials profiles William Denson, a U.S. Army attorney assigned to prosecute Nazi war criminals, who risked his Army career to prevent the clandestine reversal of Nazi sentences due to the Soviet threat.
March 30, 2008 Seventy-five years ago, Nazi police chief Heinrich Himmler announced the opening of Dachau concentration camp, 10 miles outside of Munich. Dachau, which became a model for other Nazi camps, was the site of more than 28,000 deaths before liberators arrived in April 1945.
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