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This heading covers a variety of war crimes, many of which are still being investigated today.

Probably the most significant works in this category are the series of nine volumes published in the War Crimes Trials Series published by William Hodge of Edinburgh between 1948 and 1951,  which complement the Notable British Trials series in the same bindings of red cloth with gilt titles.  Many of these have retained their original dust-wrappers and are now highly collectible.

The titles issued in this series are The Belsen Trial, ‘Double Tenth’Trial, Dulag Luft Trial, Von Falkenhorst Trial, Gozawa Trial, Hadamar Trial, Natzweiler Trial, ‘Peleus” Trial and the Velpke Trial.  The hardest to find edition is the Dulag Luft Trial, but we do carry most of the others in stock.  Prices range from £35 - £55 per volume.

We also carry a small stock of such items as:

An example of the cover of one of our War Crimes CollectionRussell: THE SCOURGE OF THE SWASTIKA. 
A Short History of Nazi War Crimes. 260pp+illus.  VG in slightly torn d/w.  Cassell. 1954 4th edition.

Lord Russell of Liverpool’s classic work covering chapters on Ill Treatment and Murder of Prisoners of War; Ill Treatment and Murder of the Civilian Population in Occupied Territories; Slave Labour; Concentration Camps; The “Final” Solution” of the Jewish Question, etc. Includes Index.



An example of the cover of one of our War Crimes CollectionMalkin/Stein: EICHMANN in my Hands.
272pp+illus.  Fine in d/w.  Muller. 1990.

A compelling first-person account by the Israeli agent who captured Hitler’s chief executioner.  Thirty years on he finally recounts the breathtaking operation to apprehend Eichmann and reveals what he learned from covert conversations with him.




An example of the cover of one of our War Crimes CollectionWechsburg editor: THE MURDERERS AMONG US.
 The Simon Wiesenthal Memoirs. 340pp+illus.  Fine in d/w.  McGraw-Hill, New York. 1967. 2nd printing.

The story of the extraordinary man who lost his family in the gas chambers and determined to spend his life bringing Nazi war criminals to justice, in spite of obstruction from Nazi supporters, unsympathetic governments and fading memories. He brought almost 1,000 notorious war criminals to trial.  He spent 16 years tracking Adolf Eichmann; found the SS officer who arrested Anne Frank who turned out to be a serving Austrian policeman; unravelled the Martin Bormann mystery and much more.

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