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US intelligence, the Holocaust and the Nuremberg trials : seeking accountability for genocide and cultural plunder

Author: Michael Salter
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Martinus Nijhoff Pub., 2009.
Series: History of international relations, diplomacy, and intelligence, v. 7/1-2.
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"The relationship between evidence of the Holocaust presented at the Nuremberg trials and the wartime and immediate postwar role of Western intelligence agencies has become controversial. In particular, such agencies stand accused of virtually turning a blind eye to this genocide, preferring to concentrate their efforts on securing military objectives related to the defeat of the Nazis and thwarting Soviet  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Salter
ISBN: 9789004172777 9004172777 9789004173194 9004173196 9789004173200 900417320X
OCLC Number: 262430542
Description: 2 v. (xii, 769 p.) ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introducing this book's rationale, sources and methodology --
The OSS' monitoring of the Holocaust and practical humanitarian interventions --
Postwar investigations and preparations for war crimes trials --
The Safehaven Programme and the OSS' investigation of looted Jewish assets --
OSS' investigation of looted Jewish art --
Preparing evidence of the Holocaust : OSS' support for the Nuremberg process.
Series Title: History of international relations, diplomacy, and intelligence, v. 7/1-2.
Responsibility: by Michael Salter.

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Drawing on declassified intelligence records, this book discusses the positive contributions intelligence officials made to monitoring, evidence-gathering and trial preparation activities related to  Read more...
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