|MICHAEL R. MARRUS||ix|
|War Crimes Trials and the Historian||xiii|
|Part I. Precedents in Punishment|
|The Lessons of Leipzig|
|Punishing German War Criminals after the First World War||3|
|Early Postwar Justice in the American Zone The “Hadamar Murder Factory” Trial||25|
|U.S. Army War Crimes Trials in Germany, 1945–1947||49|
|Part II. Allied Courts and German Crimes in the Context of Nuremberg|
|Law and Politics in the Subsequent Nuremberg Trials, 1946–1949||75|
|The Nuremberg Doctors' Trial and the Limitations of Context||103|
|MICHAEL R. MARRUS|
|“The Scars of Ravensbrück” Medical Experiments and British War Crimes Policy, 1945–1950||123|
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Publication information: Book title: Atrocities on Trial: Historical Perspectives on the Politics of Prosecuting War Crimes. Contributors: Patricia Heberer - Editor, Jürgen Matthäus - Editor. Publisher: University of Nebraska Press. Place of publication: Lincoln, NE. Publication year: 2008. Page number: v.
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