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Author Priemel, Kim Christian, 1977-
Title The Betrayal : the Nuremberg Trials and German Divergence.
Imprint Oxford : OUP Oxford, 2016.

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Author Priemel, Kim Christian, 1977-
Subject Political culture -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
National socialism -- Social aspects.
Sociological jurisprudence -- Germany -- History.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities.
Nuremberg War Crime Trials, Nuremberg, Germany, 1946-1949.
War crimes (International law)
Germany -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Historiography.
Germany -- History -- 1918-1933 -- Historiography.
Description 1 online resource (496 pages)
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Contents Cover; The Betrayal: The Nuremberg Trials and German Divergence; Copyright; Preface; Contents; List of Illustrations; List of Abbreviations; 1: Introduction: Drawing Lines; Prologue: Franconia, March 1946; 1.1. Transitional Trials; 1.2. Law and History; 1.3. 'Everybody who comes back is writing a book'; 1.4. A Note on Sources; 2: Mapping the West: Nuremberg's Sources; 2.1. The Origin of Species; 2.2. Germans and Nazis; 2.3. Fateful Divergence; 3: Constructing Nuremberg; 3.1. CHANNELS OF JUSTICE: THE WARTIME DEBATE; The Academics Forge Ahead; Ideas into Policies.
3.2. GIVING MEANING TO THE WAR: THE LONDON CONFERENCEEnter Jackson; Drafting the Charter; Picking Defendants; 3.3. ORGANIZATION AND COMMUNITY BUILDING; American Squabbles; Recruitment; 3.4. FINDING MEANING: NUREMBERG'S LIBRARY; 4: The Lunatic Fringe, Mostly; 4.1. The International Trial and Its Tribulations; 4.2. The Prosecution Case; Theories of the Trial; Making Cases; The Saturation Point of Horror; 4.3. Otherness Made Easy: The Defendants and Their Cases; Physiognomy and Psychologies of Evil; Defending the Indefensible; In the Mirror: Albert Speer; 4.4. Judgement Day.
5: Paving the Sonderweg5.1. FROM IMT TO NMT; A Second IMT?; Rebuilding the Nuremberg Organization; 5.2. THE NMT DESIGN; An Institutional Approach; Scheduling Trials; 5.3. A STUDY IN GERMAN IMPERIALISM; Krupp Again; Reclaiming Corporate History; 5.4. PRUSSIAN STORIES: MILITARISM ON TRIAL; 6: Saving Capitalism; 6.1. Cartels, Corporatism, State Capitalism; Dubious Cartels; Applying the Institutional Approach; 6.2. The West vs Messrs. Murder and Conquest, Ltd.; Thieves, Slavers, and Murderers; The German Variant of Capitalism; 6.3. The Totalitarianism Defence.
Confronting Prosecution and TribunalsTotalitarianism Theories; 6.4. Conservative Judges or Legal Conservatism?; 7: Trying Modernity or La Trahison des Clercs; 7.1. TRUE AND PSEUDO-SCIENCE; Reclaiming Geopolitics; Macabre Medicine; Scientific Racism and Racist Science; 7.2. 'UN ETAT D'ANTI-DROIT': NAZI LAW; About Schmitt; Lawyers on Lawyers; 7.3. BUREAUCRACY: THE BEAMTENSTAAT IN THE DOCK; Major Case, Messy Affair; Uncivil Service; Resistance Through Cooperation; 7.4. ODD MEN OUT: SS ON TRIAL; SS State, Genocide, and Psychopathology; More Clerks?; 8: East by South-East: The Military Cases.
8.1. The Rules of WarModern Warfare and Just Wars; The Forces; 8.2. Chains of Command; 8.3. War Without Rules; Eastern Warfare; Tribesmen; 8.4. Judging in a Changing World; Cold War Sorrows; Probing the Old Rules; Discord; 9: Reintegrating the Other; 9.1. LEAVING LANDSBERG: REVISIONS AND RELEASES; With God on Their Side; And Capital, Too; The McCloy Report; 9.2. A REALIST LOOK AT GERMANY; Still a German Question; Inviting the Germans; 9.3. THE ECONOMICS OF INTEGRATION; Reasserting Liberalism; Rehab on Mont Pelerin; 9.4. THE OCCIDENT TURNS WEST; Old and New Conservatism; Afterlives.
Note 10: Conclusion.
Summary Examines how the Allies came to terms with how a 'civilised' nation like Germany could perpetrate the crimes of WWII and sought to bring them back to the Western fold. Priemel shows that while many German institutions, which were ostensibly similar to their Allied counterparts, had been corrupted even before Hitler's rise to power.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 425-468) and index.
ISBN 9780191648526
0191648523
9780191801020
019180102X
9780199669752
0199669759
OCLC # 960166284
Additional Format Print version: Priemel, Kim Christian. Betrayal : The Nuremberg Trials and German Divergence. Oxford : OUP Oxford, 2016



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