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The Nuremberg Trials: The Nazis and Their Crimes Against Humanity by [Roland, Paul]
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About the Author

Paul Roland is the author of more than thirty books, including "Reincarnation, Hauntings, Crime Scenes, The Nuremberg Trials," and "The Dark History of the Occult."


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 10787 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Arcturus (26 Jun. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GO6TKKU
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 101 customer reviews
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I write this with a sad heart, not two weeks ago I read a dated copy of the book 'The Nuremberg Trials' by the late Airey Neave. He was there, he issued the Indictments to the respective criminals in the prison, he sat at the table below the judges, so, he could be classed as a bit of an expert. This book however, is a direct steal of that same book. It seems a lot of the text is lifted straight from the Neave pages, almost like an update, but it isn't. It is supposedly, a new book from 2012, with startling revelations by someone who wasn't there in any way or form. I therefore now stand, a few bob out of pocket, for a book which is of no use to me whatsoever.... a great shame !!
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There are far better books on this subject. The author seems to be uncertain as to what he seeks to achieve by his efforts. The book appears to be a random collection of anecdotal information culled from various sources and simply dumped on the page. It really lacks any sense of direction or reaches a conclusion. Much of the detailed is rehashed material from other sources. As an introduction to this subject, it is barely passable but if you just want to skim the surface, it may serve a purpose. Not for the serious student.
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A disappointing book about a subject which could have been fascinating. There's plenty of evidence that the writer's views have been shaped by the writers of earlier and better accounts, and little genuine insight.
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Far too short to tell the proper story of the Nuremberg trials.
The information is not as extensive as I would like.
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Before purchase I read that this offers 'more insight' and not just another Nuremburg Trials book.Well all I can say is that it offers NOTHING new and it is not as good/informative as some others.Same stories that we have read many,many times before-----although I am unsure EXACTLY what could be different.I am tempted to say'if you have read one book then you have read them all'------OOPS!!!! there we go!!! I;ve said it Not sure what I expected ---but this is not recommended.
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I have mixed feelings about this book, and appreciate from other reviewers that there is much information taken from a book by Airey Neave. However I found it fairly well laid out, with chapters headed Why a trial, The Accused, Getting the evidence, Nazism on trial, The verdicts, and The Forgotten Trials. I suppose I knew a lot of the information already but the book did add lots of little bits of which I wasn't too aware. The one section which I didn't really know much about was 'The Forgotten Trials'. This section covered subsequent trials of lesser known men and in a way I would have liked this relatively short chapter to have been more expansive.
Without being able to comment on how much has been plagiarised I would say I found it interesting and am glad I bought it.
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This book gives a brief but concise precise of the Nuremburg trials of the major Nazi leaders. The book gives a lead up to the setting up of the International Commission, the decision as to who would be on the wanted list and the charges. The choosing of the judiciary and prosecutors is outlined. The book gives then a quick pen picture of each defendant, followed by a summary of the trial, and finally the verdict and sentences.
This book is a must for those new to the subject, and hopefully will lead to further in depth reading.
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Disappointing. No more than a very lightweight introduction. Easy reading but superficial, and underplays the involvement of the Allies other than the US. Perhaps OK for those who no nothing about the topic.
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