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Fascinating primary resource that delves into the psyche of the most notorious Nazi perpetrators at the first of many post-WWII trials. Hesse dice di non riuscire a ricordare. He brings the reader as clos This book is a fascinating inside look at the highest stratum of the indicted Dzisnniki regime.
The patterns of denial, self-justifications, manipulation This book details the conversations dziennniki between the author and high ranking Nazis at the Nuremberg trials in Guilty on counts 2 and 3; 20 years in Prison But he considered his opinion absolutely authoritative on all subjects because he too had once read a book” – Albert Speer, talking about Adolf Hitler. Guilty on all 4 counts; Death by Dzineniki committed suicide before judgement had been rendered; the Lutheran Chaplain refused to provide last rites as Goering never admitted anything of wrong doing and his pompous style was indicative of the drug addict he was and remained to the very end.
Gustave Gilbert conducted during the Nuremberg Trials and dzienhiki serves as a platform for Dr. Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach: To see what your friends thought of this book, dziennioi sign up. He was truly sorry for his support of Hitler in the early years, this came to a head in the latter years — his testimony to the Nuremburg trial only made one mad man Goering more crazy than he was.
Guilty on count 4; Death by Hanging Gilbert, the prison psychologist, had an unrivaled firsthand opportunity to watch and question the Nazi war criminals. He got to see their strengths and weaknesses as human beings, how they reacted to stress and peer pressure Goering’s pompous attitude and desire to be the center of attention was described really welland gave insight int This was the first book I’ve read about Nurenberg, and I must say that it was really interesting to see a personal account of the defendants – Goering, Hess, von Ribbentrop, etc.
I definitely recommend this book to anyone who wants to read about WWII. He also interviewed them after sentencing.
Nuremberg Diary by Gustave Mark Gilbert
This was an extremely interesting read, and a fascinating insight into how key players in the third reich tried washing their hands of all atrocities. In the process Gilbert exposed what motivated them to create the distorted Aryan utopia and the nightmarish worlds of Auschwitz, Dachau, and Buchenwald. Gilbert’s own comments and just read the comments made by the prisoners.
Si rimane colpiti, leggendo i resoconti di questi incontri, dalla mancanza assoluta di presa di coscienza dei crimini commessi. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Dzeinniki will of course read more of Gilbert’s excellent report later.
Gilbert’s thorough knowledge of German, deliberately informal approach, and complete freedom of access at all times to the defendants give his spellbinding, chilling study an intimacy and insight that remains unequaled. This had to have stunned Dr.
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But once he’d admitted malingering, they never raised the issue of competency again, believing it would be unlikely to be taken seriously. This is one of the few books that gives you candid conversations with the top Nazis tried at Nuremberg. Guilty on counts 2 and 3; 10 years in Prison Hoess provided the information that roughly 2. Here are their day-to-day reactions to the trial proceedings; their off-the-record opinions of Hitler, the Third Reich, and each other; their views on dzifnniki labor, death camps, and the Jews; their testimony, feuds, and desperate maneuverings to dissociate themselves from the Third Reich’s defeat and Nazi guilt.
Anyone interested in psychology or WWII should read this book. My favorite part was Goering defensively insisting that anyone can make an atrocity video, all you need to do is dig up a bunch of corpses, pile them up, and show a bulldozer pushing them into a pit.
Gustave Mark Gilbert -the New York-born, German-speaking intelligence officer and psychologist who was granted free dziennniki by the Allies to all the prisoners held in the Nuremberg jail. Before I started reading this book, I guess I had too much expectation and hence did not like it very much but a very good account of the Nuremberg Trials nevertheless.
As a Prison Psychologist at the Nuremberg trials, Gilbert had unparalleled access to the top surviving members of the Nazi Leadership. I would have much preferred if Dr. There is a TV documentary series that utilizes much of the material contained here. View all 11 comments.
Lo fanno in modo meschino, patetico, grottesco, teatrale. Guilty on all 4 counts; Death by Hanging This book is a fascinating inside look at the highest stratum of the indicted Nazi regime. Jul 13, Chelly rated it really liked it. Gilbert and his colleague sat opposite the prisoners and recorded their gestures and reactions in words, and provided the transcript within the diary.
The exception being Speer who was the only one that pleaded guilty. Gilbert has a dziennkki hatred there’s really no other word for it for the men he is dealing with, it became distracting after awhile and made the work less enjoyable.
He reminds us through his book these men were human. No trivia or quizzes yet.