The Real Eichmann Trial or The Incorrigible Victors by Paul Rassinier

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The Real Eichmann Trial or The Incorrigible Victors by Paul Rassinier
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The Real Eichmann Trial or The Incorrigible Victors by Paul Rassinier

A courageous French writer who was a prisoner in German concentration camps during World War II takes a skeptical look at “rights and wrongs” of the contending sides in that global conflict. He examines the much-publicized trials of Germans conducted after the war by the victorious powers, including the 1961 trial in Israel of SS officer Adolf Eichmann, which received worldwide
attention.

This book includes a foreword, an introduction, and photos, as well as eight chapters: One: From Stalingrad to Nuremberg. Two: The Principles of Nuremberg. Three: Conspiracy and Crimes against Peace. Four: War Crimes. Five: Crimes against Humanity. Six: Conclusion on Nuremberg. Seven: The Eichmann Trial, or The New Master Singers of Nuremberg. Eight: The Auschwitz Trial.

This 1979 edition was published jointly by Historical Review Press (UK) and Steppingstones (USA).

Paul Rassinier (1906-1967) was a French educator and author. In the years before the Second World War, he was active in the Communist Party, and then the Socialist Party (SFIO). He became a pacifist, and was both anti-Nazi and anti-Communist. During the war he was active in the “Libération Nord” Resistance organization. After his arrest in 1943, he was deported to Germany where he was held as a prisoner in the Buchenwald and Dora concentration camps. Upon his return to France after the end of the war, he was honored for his wartime resistance work. For a time he served as a deputy in the French National Assembly. He was
the author of a several books, and contributed to the anti-war periodical La Voie de la Paix.

Paperback, 176 pp

Note: Books are new but may show wear.

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