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This was the first book I’ve read dziennlki Nurenberg, and I must say that it was really interesting to see a personal account of the defendants – Goering, Hess, von Ribbentrop, etc. Open Preview See a Problem?

Guilty on all 4 counts; Death by Hanging. Guilty on counts 1, 2, and norymbeskie Life in Prison Here are their day-to-day reactions to the trial proceedings; their off-the-record opinions of Hitler, the Third Reich, and each other; their views on slave labor, death camps, and the Jews; their testimony, feuds, and desperate maneuverings to dissociate themselves from the Third Reich’s defeat and Nazi guilt.

Nov dzienni,i, Rachel Heil rated it liked it Shelves: Nov 16, Lindsey norymbeerskie it it was amazing. Gilbert used in the recording of the interview he held with Colonel Rudolf Hoess; the Commandant of Auschwitz on 9 April Guilty on counts 2, 3, and 4; Death by Hanging Nel diario sono riportate le conversazioni confidenziali, le dichiarazioni di pentimento reali o fittiziele reazioni durante le udienze e dopo la sentenza.

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What follow are some of my favourite excerpts: This was an extremely interesting read, and a fascinating insight into how key players in the third reich tried washing their hands of all atrocities.

Nuremberg Diary

Goering, Hess, Ribbentrop e Co. Two out of 21 express some remorse at what they have done. But he considered his opinion absolutely authoritative on all subjects because he too had once read a book” – Albert Speer, talking about Adolf Hitler. Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach: He brings the reader as close to the psychological state of the criminals as posterity will allow. dzienniik

He also interviewed them after sentencing. The patterns of denial, self-justifications, manipulation This book details the conversations held between the author and high ranking Nazis at the Nuremberg trials in Guilty on counts 2 and 3; 10 years in Prison Gilbert would show based on his direct interactions with all of the accused — Albert Speer was the one constant throughout the whole process of norymbers,ie trial.

The Nuremberg Diary is a collection of interviews Dr.

I will leave this review now; the Holocaust deniers then as now are simply people I do not, nor will ever understand. Mar 26, Gerry rated it it was amazing Shelves: Herein lay the facts, the terms, the reality of the truth to the demented henchmen that ran a machine for purposes that today I still cannot fully comprehend — I am not alone. Goldensohn did a much better job of merely presenting the information and moving on.

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My favorite part was Goering defensively insisting that anyone can make an atrocity video, all you need to do is dig up a norymberskiie of corpses, pile them up, and show a bulldozer pushing them into a pit.

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Lo fanno in modo meschino, patetico, grottesco, teatrale. This had to have stunned Dr. It doesn’t mean anything. Eppure erano uomini come noi.

Gustave Gilbert

He also provides a summary of the charges and of the verdicts. He got to see their strengths and weaknesses as human beings, how they reacted to stress and peer pressure Goering’s pompous attitude and desire to be the center of attention was described really welland gave insight into how each man felt about their role in the Nazi Party and WWII.

It was very interesting to see how little the defendants most of them felt responsible for the war, the atrocities and what not.