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Hitler or Judah?
A Second Nuremberg Tribunal, Chapter 6, Part 1

Albrecht Dürer, "Portrait of Oswald Krell," 1499

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Chapter 6

Fourth Session

Part 1 of 3

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Hitler or Judah?
A Second Nuremberg Tribunal, Chapter 5

Albrecht Dürer, "Christ Among the Doctors," circa 1506

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Chapter 5

Third Session

I made my way to the auditorium, accompanied by some English and German journalists who were following the debate discreetly. Read more …

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Hitler or Judah?
A Second Nuremberg Tribunal, Chapter 4

Albrecht Dürer, "Wing of a Blue Roller," 1512, watercolor and gouache on vellum

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Chapter 4

Second Session

The following day, the snow had stopped falling over Nuremberg, Read more …

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Hitler or Judah?
A Second Nuremberg Tribunal, Chapter 3

Albrecht Dürer, Rhinoceros, ink on paper

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Chapter 3

First Session

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Hitler or Judah?
A Second Nuremberg Tribunal, Chapter 2

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Chapter 2

The Tribunal

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Hitler or Judah?
A Second Nuremberg Tribunal, Chapter 1

3,722 words

Editor’s Note:

Hitler or Judah? A Second Nuremberg Tribunal is a novel by French author and adventurer Marc Augier, better known as Saint-Loup (1908–1990). After completing the novel in 1975 or 1976, Saint-Loup decided that it was too controversial to publish under his own name. Read more …

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