The Third Reich from Original Sources: The Nuremberg Trials - The Complete Proceedings Vol 11: The Case Against Kaltenbrunnerby Bob Carruthers
Taken from the original court transcript this volume covers the proceedings from 5th April to 15th April, 1946 and represents an essential primary source for scholars
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This is the eleventh volume in the complete proceedings of the Nuremberg trial of the German major war criminals before the International Military Tribunal sitting at Nuremberg, Germany.
Taken from the original court transcript this volume covers the proceedings from 5th April to 15th April, 1946 and represents an essential primary source for scholars and general readers alike. The transcripts are complete and contain the whole of the proceedings as taken from the original court documents.
This volume covers the trial of Alfred Rosenberg. It also includes the case against Ernst Kaltenbrunner, the most senior figure of the SS and SD to face trial, and the cross-examination of Wilhelm Keitel, head of the Armed Forces.
The infamous Rudolf Hoess, the camp commandant at Auschwitz, notorious for the sheer amount of people whose deaths he ordered. He was charged with the deaths of 3,500,000 people, which he denied, replying "No. Only two and one half million...” In this volume Hoess acted as a witness.
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