Crimes and Criminals of the Holocaustby Linda Jacobs Jacobs Altman
Adolf Hitler and the other leaders of Nazi Germany were responsible for the Holocaust -- the murder of 11 million people, including 6 million Jews. As the tide of World War II turned against Germany, the Nazi leaders tried to cover their tracks. Meanwhile, the Americans, British, and Soviets were laying the foundation for an international tribunal of justice. The crimes and criminals of the Holocaust had taught the world one thing: Something had to be done to prevent such horrors from happening again. In Crimes and Criminals of the Holocaust, author Linda Jacobs Altman examines the search for justice after the Holocaust. From the end of World War II to the Nuremberg Trials to the hunt for Nazi fugitives, Altman gives gripping accounts of criminals being caught and punished.
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