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But once he’d admitted malingering, they never raised the norymberekie of com Quite interesting. Gilbert had provided a psychological blot test to all the defendants norymberskkie the Indictment Norymbfrskie of this court proceeding. This book is a fascinating inside look at the highest stratum of the indicted Nazi regime. Two out of 21 express some remorse at what they have done.
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. Hoess provided the information that roughly 2. I have read the parts of Gilbert’s book having to do with Schacht. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D. I will of course read more of Gilbert’s excellent report later. Guilty on counts 3 and 4; Death by Hanging If anything, after awhile, I began to skip over Dr.
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Gilbert begins the first chapter by introducing each of the defendants though not in chronological order — this is based more on IQ tests that were administered to each and with each, Dr.
There were four counts provided against the defendants within the indictment: There are hints in the comments of other defendants who disparaged Schacht’s testimony that he needed the job. Hoess went on to explain that there were 6 chambers total; 2 large ones and 4 smaller ones. Gilbert, the author, was a psychiatrist in the Army and had access to the prisoners at any time. The account of the psychological state of all pri This book is extremely interesting and was written by American psychologist GM Gilbert who was assigned as prison psychologist for the first Nuremberg trials – the Nazi leaders.
Gilbert — he hid his feelings well; however, the few words that follow within this passage made me feel as though I was sitting next to him, looking at Hoess. Jul 20, Marc rated it liked it Shelves: It is a fascinating record, based on Gilbert’s unique access to all of the Nuremberg defendants.
Guilty on all 4 counts; 15 years in Prison It was very interesting to see how little the defendants most of them felt responsible for the war, the atrocities and what not.
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The IQ tests and discussions began before the trial began but directly after the indictments had been handed to each of dziebniki defendants. He reminds us through his book these men were human.
Herein lay the facts, the terms, the reality of the truth to the demented henchmen that ran a machine for purposes that today I still cannot fully comprehend — I am not alone. Fascinating primary resource that delves into the psyche of the most notorious Nazi perpetrators at the first of many post-WWII trials. Gilbert proceeded to discuss the Auschwitz Camp. Jul 13, Chelly rated it really liked it. Took time to finish this book as it is an intense read.
Mar 21, Philip rated it it was amazing. Guilty on counts 2 and 3; 20 years in Prison Gustave Mark Gilbert -the New York-born, German-speaking intelligence officer and psychologist who was granted free access by the Allies to all the prisoners held in the Nuremberg jail.
In Absentia — Guilty on counts 3 and 4; Death by Hanging — long story as to whether he survived the war or not. Guilty on all 4 counts; Death by Hanging Speaking for architecture and armaments, the two things that I know something about, he thought that he was an expert in these fields because he accepted everything he read as authoritative.
While the prisoners’ comments themselves were interesting, Dr. Nuremberg Diary by Gustave Mark Gilbert. Lo fanno in modo meschino, patetico, grottesco, teatrale. A few of them owned up to their guilt and accepted their death sentences. Apr 21, Julie rated it liked it Shelves: Mar 13, Nupur Harshita rated it it was amazing. Lists with This Book. This was an extremely interesting read, and a fascinating insight into how key players in the third reich tried washing their hands of all atrocities.
While it’s obvious why Dr. 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 American, I am equally reminded that it was 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 around.
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.
Feb 17, Lewis Weinstein rated it really liked it Shelves: He brings the reader as clos This book is a fascinating inside look at the highest stratum of the indicted Nazi regime.
Gilbert, the prison psychologist, had an unrivaled firsthand noeymberskie to watch and question the Nazi war criminals. Sandra rated it it was amazing Feb 08, He got to see their strengths and weaknesses as human beings, how they reacted to stress and peer pressure Goering’s pompous attitude and desire to be the center of attention was described really welland gave insight into how each man felt about their role in the Nazi Party and WWII.
Nothing in this diary work hit me harder than the details of words that Dr. 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 r This book consists of a series of psycho-biographies of the major Nazi leaders tried in Nuremberg after WWII conducted by Norymbberskie G.