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Twayne's Oral History #27: Witnesses to Nurembergby Bruce M. Stave
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Series Editor: Donald A. Ritchie, Associate Historian, U.S. Senate The spoken word is an invaluable asset which strengthens human experience of the past and adds vigor to the documentation of historical accounts. This series presents major events in American history through the rich personal testimonies of those who were there. Each volume includes: A preface illuminating historical background and research details A collection of oral testimonies selected from a range of rare and hard-to-find sources A concluding analytical chapter Notes, bibliography and an index Illustrations
Book News Annotation:
The oral testimonies of 11 individuals who took part in the Nuremberg trials in less prominent roles than are usually subjected to historical examination. Among those interviewed are the nighttime security guard assigned to watch Goring and others, the architect who renovated the Palace of Justice for the trials, and the radio correspondent who wrote the scripts that were broadcast to the American public after the end of each day's proceedings. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-232) and index.
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