Crimes Against Humanity - Henry V. Cumoletti

Crimes Against Humanity
  • Subtitle: Reflections on the Nurnburg Trial (International Military Tribunal) By a U.S. Court Shorthand Reporter
  • Publisher: Self published (1989)
  • Type: Book
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Edition: 1st Edition
  • Pages: 122
  • Category: History / History
  • Marco's Rating: Good
  • Language: English
Marco's Comments:
The title of the book says it all: it's the reminiscence of a shorthand reporter at the Nuremberg trial against the Nazi hierarchy. The book deals only marginally with magic, mentioning Houdini (in the context to slipping cyanide to Goering) but dedicates a page to Chefalo and his performances for the judges and the staff at Nuremberg, and it's a very interesting recollection of Chefalo.

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