Category: War Crimes


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The Nuremberg Trial (History Firsthand)

By: Bard, Mitchell (Edited by)

Price: $8.00

Publisher: San Diego, California, Greenhaven Press, Inc.: 2002

Book ID: EC12797BB

ISBN: 0737710756

Condition: Very Good

AJ4 - Book has taped label on the spine and couple on the back, chipping on some cover edges, sides, and corners, library stamping on the top and half-title page, label on the copyright page, cardholder adhered on the back of the last page, and light shelf wear otherwise very good. History Firsthand Series. View more info

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The State of Israel vs. John Ivan Demjanjuk: The Demjanjuk Trial

By: Ben Natan, Nomi (writter and director)

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Teaneck, New Jersey, USA, Ergo Media Inc.: 1988

Book ID: AV0014

Condition: Good

B4 - An NTSC VHS color 50 minute ex-library video tape in good+ to very good- condition in a clamshell plastic case in very good condition with a paper sleeve in good condition. The tape is guaranteed to play without any problems. A documentary film about the war crimes trial of John Demjanjuk, a Ukrainian born Ivan Mykolaiovych Demianiuk. The accused was a retired Cleveland automechanic who was extradited from the United States to Israel to stand trial (criminal case 373/86) accused of being 'Ivan the Terrible', the supervisor of the Treblinka concentration camp. This trial is notable for bec... View more info

Srebrenica: Record of a War Crime

By: Honig, Jan Willem and Norbert Both

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, New York, USA, Penguin Books: 1997

Book ID: SCW12657

Condition: Very Good

BF6 - A first edition advance reading copy (ARC)/unrevised proofs/unpublished proofs book in very good+ condition with no dust jacket as issued (trade paperback). An unread, tight, clean, sound copy in green wraps with only very, veyr minor overall shelf wear. A book about the Bosnian Serb forces perpetration of a major international war crime in Srebrenica in July 1995. It was the deportation of about 20,000 Bosnian Muslim women and children and the murder of thousands of unarmed Bosnian Muslim men. The authors provide an analysis of the background to and consequences of this event. 186p. View more info