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Nuremberg, the Last Battle

 
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Thomas Tidswell
An expectedly-thorough analysis of an area of War history that benefits from repeating the premise that whatever the standpoint, "War Crimes" as such were "Victors' Justice" created and imposed after the event and, rather closer than bore scrutiny, all the Allied Nations were, themselves, equally guilty of the offences.
A worthy addition to the author's canon of work.
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