Genocide on Trial : War Crimes Trials and the Formation of Holocaust History and Memory
When the Allies tried German war criminals at the end of World War II they were attempting not only to punish the guilty but also to set down a history of Nazism and of what had happened in Europe. Yet as Donald Bloxham shows in this incisive account, the reality was that these proceedings failed. Not only did the guilty often escape punishment but the final solution was largely written out of history in the post-war era.
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Oxford University Press, Incorporated
March 12, 2003
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