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  • Nuremberg:  the Last Battle Nuremberg: the Last Battle (Hard Cover) Online Price: $31.99
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    Condition: Like New in Like New jacket
    Notes: Like new hardback and jacket! Appears unread. Text is clean, unmarked. (Shelf location: BI4) All items carefully packed to avoid damage from moisture and rough handling. Tracking included.
    Seller: Crestview Books , Westerville , OH
  • Nuremberg:  the Last Battle (Signed) Nuremberg: the Last Battle (Signed) (Hardcover) Online Price: $92.00
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    Condition: Fine/Fine
    Notes: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 1872197167 Signed by Author The book is beautifully signed by the famous World War II historian in black pen on the title page. The book was signed in person. A photo of David Irving signing the books at the event will be included with the purchase.
    Seller: Oddball Books , Burbank , CA
  • Nuremberg:  the Last Battle Nuremberg: the Last Battle (Hard Back) Online Price: $37.00
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    Description: 6 1/4" X 9 1/2"
    Condition: Near Fine in As New jacket
    Notes: 377 Pages Indexed. Some hi-lighting and marginal notes. Otherwise the feel of an as new book. Teutonic sagas relate that after the great battle with the Mongols on the Lechfeld plain, where the armies of two different worlds clashed in violent and bloody massacre, the spirits of the fallen warriors went on fighting for three more days above the clouds. So it was in Nuremberg from 1945 to 1946. Where the city's face bore the terrible scars of the mortal struggle between Germany and her enemies which had ended in May 1945, the ghosts continued the struggle for sixteen more months. But there the parallel ends. The armies were unequal; one side was unarmed and had few friends. President Harry S. Truman had appointed Robert H. Jackson (cover picture) as Chief of Counsel for the United States, charged with mounting the prosecution of the major Axis war criminals at Nuremberg. His task seemed clearly defined. A number of German and Italian leaders was to be identified as war criminals, prosecuted, and duly punished. By the time that the trial began in November 1945 many of these ideals had already been betrayed. There would be few crimes listed in the indictment at Nuremberg of which one or other of the four prosecuting powers was not itself guilty. In the cause of defeating Adolf Hitler, civilian populations had been burned and blasted, murdered, brutalised, intimidated, deported, and enslaved; aggressive wars had been launched, neutral countries occupied by pretext and deceit, and the unalterable paragraphs of international conventions flagrantly violated. Bob Jackson knew this, and it hurt him. It damaged his name and career for ever. Using the unpublished diaries and papers of the principal actors-the judges, lawyers, and the war criminals themselves-David Irving has pieced together the remarkable history of how the Trial of the Century came about. This book is from the FOURTH REICH-GERMAN PRIVATE COLLECTION of books that in most cases the topics are Hitler, Germany, World War II, Zionism, Anti Semitism, Holocaust, Racism, and more. This large collection is unique in that the majority have underlining, hi-lighting, and marginal notes, (usually in red ink) by a previous owner. These notations are detailed, articulate, and carefully entered and in many cases are throughout the books. The notes as well as the text, could be of interest to researchers, authors, students, and general readers who have an interest in the study of racism, anti-semitism, or discrimination.
    Seller: Don's Book Store , Albuquerque , NM
  • Nuremberg:  the Last Battle Nuremberg: the Last Battle (Hardcover) Online Price: $39.40
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    Condition: Good
    Seller: Bonita , Newport Coast , CA
  • Nuremberg:  the Last Battle Nuremberg: the Last Battle (Hardcover) Online Price: $40.50
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    Condition: Fine in Fine jacket
    Notes: Very nice copy.
    Seller: Kisselburg Military Books , Potomac , MD
  • Nuremberg:  the Last Battle Nuremberg: the Last Battle (Hardcover) Online Price: $55.01
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    Condition: Very good
    Seller: Bonita , Newport Coast , CA
  • Nuremberg:  the Last Battle Nuremberg: the Last Battle (Hardcover) Online Price: $61.43
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    Seller: Bonita , Newport Coast , CA
  • Nuremberg:  the Last Battle Nuremberg: the Last Battle (Hardcover) Online Price: $54.39
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    Seller: More Books , MIAMI , FL
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