PUNISHING THE PERPETRATORS OF THE HOLOCAUST: THE BRANDT, POHL, AND OHLENDORF CASES HOLOCAUST SERIES - VOLUME 17
Item #: 70576
Pages: xiv, 266 pp.
Published: Washington; American Institute of Int'l. Law; Reprinted in 2010.
Subjects: EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
Much of the most important documentation of the Holocaustwas assembled in connection with the postwar prosecution ofits perpetrators. The only major United States trial thatwas devoted entirely to the Holocaust was the Ohlendorf orEinsatzgruppen case. Other cases, tried at Nuernberg, thatdealt with important aspects of the Holocaust were theInternational Military Tribunal and the Brandt and Pohlcases. In the Brandt or "medical case" a number of medicaldoctors and other SS officers were tried for conductingvarious experiments on concentration camp inmates, and forkilling of Jews to obtain skeletons for a collection at theUniv. of Strassburg. In the Pohl or "concentration campcase" a group of SS officers was convicted for managing theconcentration camps and for profiteering... Reprinted by TheLawbook Exch. Ltd. Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc
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