This book is basically the full transcript of the trials, as was taken down in court. As such, it has a few mistakes, such as spelling, but I think that it only adds to its authenticity. Although a difficult read at places either because of the dry legal language or because of the distressing content, it really brings history to life. I believe that it is very important that we should remember what happened and this is a great book to let us do that.
It's great to be able to access historical documents in this way. No spin, no cutting back just the raw material as it should be. It seems the plan is to release all 22 volumes so everyone with a kindle will have access to the complete trial transcripts. mammoth task but it will be worth it they are fascinating reading. Once you know your way round the Kindle it's great to be able to make notes etc . I didn't realise before that you can access acontents page through the menu so this is a neat addition to anyone's library on 20th Century history. Really recommended .
A thoroughly engrossing document. The crimes to which Bormann and Hess were responsible for are horrendous and evil. This document serves as a window to the crimes and the perpetrators finally facing Justice.