Readership: Scholars and students of the history of Nazi Germany, the Holocaust, war crime trials, and post-war Germany; scholars and students of political and cultural studies; legal historians.
Donald Bloxham, Lecturer in History, University of Edinburgh
"Bloxham's book is a serious, well-researched, and wide-ranging study, as well as being well-argued." - The Jewish Journal of Sociology
"Fine study ... astute analysis ... a most impressive contribution to the literature on Nazism." - History
Part I: The Legal Prism
1: Shaping the Trials: The Politics of Trial Policy 1945-1949
2: Race-specific Crimes in Punishment and Re-educative Policy: The Jewish Factor
Part II: Postwar Representations and Perceptions
3: Plumbing the Depths of Nazi Criminality: The Limits of Legal Imagination
4: Charting the Breadth of Nazi Criminality: The Failure of the Trial Medium
Part III: The Trials and Posterity
5: A Nuremberg Historiography of the Holocaust?
Appendix A: Charter of the International Military Tribunal, Article 6
Appendix B: The Defendants and Organizations before the IMT
Appendix C: The Subsequent Nuremberg Proceedings