It seems a trifle distasteful to say this book is good, what with the subject matter and, the end results. However, this is written first hand by someone who presented the various indictments personally to the Nazi criminals, he sat at the table below the judges, and was there at the final show. He writes it in a reasonably deep manner, observing each participant for what he stood for, the analysis is splendid in each case. I found it very difficult to put down. His thoughts and, the realisation that, as the weeks slipped by prior to the court cases, the feelings of hatred and revenge by most people had begun to wane, the German people hating the victors etc, is all painted in words eloquently by Airy Neave. I enjoyed in very much, although a paperback and used, it was a decent buy and read.