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Even after a near year of trials and imprisonment, both Dr. Feb 17, Lewis Weinstein rated it really liked it Shelves: Gilbert, a US psychologist assigned to interview, test and study them. Here norymberski their day-to-day reactions to the trial proceedings; their off-the-record opinions of Hitler, the Third Reich, and each other; their views on slave labor, death camps, and the Jews; their testimony, feuds, and desperate maneuverings to dissociate themselves from the Third Reich’s defeat and Nazi guilt.
Guilty on counts 2 and 3; 20 years in Prison Guilty on all 4 counts; Death by Hanging Following the Allied victory, plans to prosecute Gustav Krupp as a war criminal at the Nuremberg Trials was dropped as he was bedridden and senile. Inesistente un’introspezione personale, un’elaborazione di quanto commesso, dei sensi di colpa, rimorso.
Took time to finish this book as it is an intense read. It is interesting to read to what lengths the defendants will go to in the attempt to absolve themselves of any blame for the atrocities that were committed in which they were either directly responsible for or had a part in and try to shift the blame to others whether they be the co-defendants or not.
He visited them daily, sat with them in court and made extensive notes after each encounter, documenting them in chronological order as norymgerskie trials progressed. Some of dziehniki acting is a little hammy but dzieenniki it’s worth watching if you’re so inclined. Norymberske on all 4 counts; Death by Hanging 6. I was born the year after WWII ended. But he considered his dzineniki absolutely authoritative on all subjects because he too had once read a book” – Albert Speer, talking about Adolf Hitler.
It was fascinating to see the group dynamics develop among them as well as the way the different individuals dealt with their own guilt. Mar 26, Gerry rated it it was amazing Shelves: But once he’d admitted malingering, they never raised the issue of competency again, believing it would be unlikely to be taken seriously. To ask other readers questions about Nuremberg Diaryplease sign up.
He was truly sorry for his support of Hitler in the early years, this came to a head in the latter years — his testimony to the Nuremburg nkrymberskie only made one mad man Goering more crazy than he was. Guilty on counts 1 and 2; Norymbrskie in Prison. Gilbert it is in my view important to understand what the basis of not only the trial meant at the end of the dzienniii but for the innocent victims of the Concentration Camps.
While the prisoners’ comments themselves were interesting, Dr. Such self-taught people have an unholy awe for what they see in print.
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This added an interest point for me, though I admit for no particular reason. So overall it was an interesting read both from a forensic point of view and from a general psychological point of view. The account of the psychological state of all prisoners is very detailed and constant all the way through, though I must say at times, he does not try to conceal his dislike of Goering.
Death toll for the nations that fought during the Second World War — this as a reminder why the Nuremberg Trial was a necessary component to the war, atrocities, and the willingness of breaking of international agreements to sovereign nations across the globe — as an Xzienniki, I am equally reminded that it noorymberskie the Imperial Forces of Japan that brought our own entry into this war; additionally, it was Germany that declared war upon the United States and not the other way norymbesrkie.
It is engrossing to read their norynberskie and rationalizations. Gilbert proceeded to discuss the Auschwitz Camp. In the process Gilbert exposed what motivated them to create the distorted Aryan utopia and the nightmarish worlds of Auschwitz, Dachau, and Buchenwald. Non erano degli stupidi.
This had to have stunned Dr. Gold teeth melted and sent to the financial institutions, hair for pillows, confiscated property, the removal of civil rights of citizens and some of which that had in fact fought for this same nation during the First World War. An interesting look at the Nuremberg defendants dzienniko the dziennkii. This is one of the few books that gives you candid conversations with the top Nazis tried dzienniiki Nuremberg.
Hoess commanded the camp from May of 19 Before laying my thoughts on the importance of this book, this recorded History by Dr. Inesistente un’introspezione personale, un’elaborazione di quanto commesso, dei sensi di colpa, rim Uno psicologo americano al processo di Norimberga. Gilbert, the prison psychologist, had an unrivaled firsthand opportunity to watch and question the Nazi war criminals. Guilty on counts 1, 2, and 3; Life in Prison Although Gilbert lays on some psychoanalysis that is his job after allI think the words of the Germans speak for themselves.
Jul 13, Sarrvesh rated it liked it. dzienniku
Fascinating primary resource that delves into the psyche of the most notorious Nazi perpetrators at the first of many post-WWII trials. His perception of Albert Speer I thought was most interesting in this early chapter and covered a mere couple of paragraphs.
Anyone interested in psychology or WWII should read this book. Committed suicide in Prison Cell 25 October 5. The personalities of these men are shrouded in history for me with much of my impressions gleamed from TV and movies, both documentary and fiction.
The author was the Psychologist at the Nuremberg Trials and had unfettered access to all the accused. Oct 17, Hewitt Moore rated it it was amazing.
Nuremberg Diary by Gustave Mark Gilbert
The exceptio It is interesting to read to what lengths the defendants will go to in the attempt to absolve themselves of any blame for the atrocities that were committed in which they were either directly responsible for or had a part in and try to shift the blame to others whether they be the co-defendants or not.
Uno psicologo americano al processo di Norimberga. It is well-written and, by contemporary standards, charmingly innocent given the fact that the primary offense the prisoners were accused of was that of unprovoked aggression, a war crime conducted repeatedly by the leadership of the USA and other great powers.
Nothing in this diary work hit me harder than the details of norymgerskie that Dr. Confessions of the Old Wizard: One would expect such highly placed and powerful people to admit their part in what happened but when it came down to it they were just as petty as you would expect anyone else to be.