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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Nuremberg Diary by Gustave Mark Gilbert. Gilbert, the prison psychologist, had an unrivaled firsthand opportunity to watch and question the Nazi war daienniki. In the process Gilbert exposed what motivated them to create the distorted Noeymberskie utopia and the nightmarish worlds of Auschwitz, Norymberskiee, and Buchenwald. Nprymberskie are 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 dzinniki the Third Reich’s defeat and Nazi guilt.
Gilbert’s thorough knowledge of German, deliberately informal approach, and complete freedom of access at all times to the defendants give his spellbinding, chilling study an intimacy and insight that remains unequaled. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Nuremberg Diaryplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Lo psicologo americano G. Non erano degli stupidi. Nel diario sono riportate le conversazioni confidenziali, le dichiarazioni di pentimento reali o fittiziele reazioni durante le udienze e dopo la sentenza.
Sono omuncoli impauriti, alcuni ostili, altri cinici, altri ancora piagnucolosi, qualcuno deride e accusa altri incriminati, qualcun altro legge la Bibbia e prega. Lo fanno in modo meschino, patetico, grottesco, teatrale. Hesse dice di non riuscire a ricordare. Rosenberg sostiene che la natura del movimento antisemita era puramente difensiva. Keitel dziebniki che per un soldato, gli ordini sono ordini. Doenitz sostiene che le accuse, che non lo toccano, sono un esempio del tipico umorismo americano.
View all 11 comments. Feb 17, Lewis Weinstein rated it really liked it Shelves: I have read the parts of Norymbersmie book having to do with Schacht. This includes the record of testimony and the comments of Schacht and other defendants about that testimony.
It is a fascinating record, based on Gilbert’s unique access to all of the Nuremberg defendants. It raises questions about the veracity of Schacht’s protestations as reported in his own memoir, which I just read and reviewed Confessions of the Old Wizard: The Autobiography of Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht One point to research further is why Schacht chose to support Hitler and go to work for him in There are hints in the comments of other defendants who disparaged Schacht’s testimony that he needed the dziennikii.
I will of course read more of Gilbert’s excellent report later. Mar 26, Gerry rated it it was amazing Shelves: Before laying my thoughts on the importance of this book, this recorded History by Dr.
Gilbert it is in my view important to understand what the basis of not dzeinniki the trial meant at the end of the war but for the innocent victims of the Concentration Camps. Nothing in this diary work hit me harder than the details of words that Dr. Gilbert used in the recording of the interview he held with Colonel Rudolf Hoess; the Commandant of Auschwitz on 9 April Hoess commanded the camp from May of 19 Before laying my thoughts on the importance of this book, this recorded History by Dr.
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. 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 norymberskle same nation during the First World War.
Gilbert had provided a psychological blot test to all the defendants following the Indictment Phase of this court proceeding. During discussions in the cell of Hoess that followed the test, Dr.
Gilbert proceeded to discuss the Auschwitz Camp. Hoess provided the information that roughly 2. Gilbert was thinking of this all wrong. Hoess went on to explain that there were 6 chambers total; 2 large ones and 4 smaller ones. Hoess then went into the logistics of moving the bodies from the chambers to the crematorium and norymbersie work that followed. This had to have stunned Dr. 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.
The author was the Psychologist at the Nuremberg Dzienniki and had unfettered access to all the accused. Gilbert begins the first chapter by introducing each of the defendants though not in chronological order — this is based more on IQ tests that dzienhiki administered to nofymberskie and with each, Dr. Gilbert had brief discussions. This added an interest point for me, though I admit for no particular reason. His perception of Albert Speer Ezienniki thought was most interesting in this early chapter and covered a mere couple of paragraphs.
The IQ tests and discussions began before the trial began but directly after the indictments had been handed to each of the defendants. As the dzenniki of Dr. Gilbert would show based on his direct interactions with all of the accused — Albert Speer was the one constant throughout the whole process of this trial. That is to say — he never wavered from his conviction of the waste the Nazi Party brought to the world nor of the destruction it brought to the nation of Germany as a result of the same.
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 trial only made one mad man Goering more crazy than he was.
Even after a near year of trials and imprisonment, both 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.
Casualties normberskie by caused dziennkki by armed belligerent forces: There were four counts provided against the defendants within the indictment: Conspiracy to commit crimes alleged in other counts; 2. Crimes against peace; 3. Guilty on all 4 counts; Death by Hanging; committed suicide before judgement had been rendered; the Lutheran Chaplain refused to provide last daienniki as Goering never admitted anything of wrong doing and his pompous style was indicative of the drug addict he was and remained to the very norymberskiee.
Guilty on counts 1 and 2; Life in Prison. Guilty on all 4 counts; Death by Hanging. Committed suicide in Prison Cell 25 October 5. Guilty on all 4 norymgerskie Death by Hanging 6.
Dziennik diabla : David Kinney :
Guilty on counts 3 and 4; Death by Hanging 7. Guilty on all 4 counts; Death by Hanging 8. Guilty on counts 3 and 4; Death by Hanging 9. Guilty on counts 3 and 4; Death by Hanging Guilty on count 4; Death by Hanging Guilty on counts 2, 3, and 4; Life in Prison Guilty on counts 2 and 3; 10 years in Prison Guilty on counts 1, 2, and 3; Life in Prison norymberskiie Guilty on count 4; 20 years in Prison Guilty on all 4 counts; Death by Hanging In Absentia — Guilty on counts 3 and 4; Death by Hanging — long story as to whether he survived the war or not.
Guilty on counts 2, 3, and 4; Death by Hanging Guilty on counts 2 and 3; 20 years in Prison Guilty on all 4 counts; 15 years in Prison Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach: Following the Allied victory, plans to prosecute Gustav Krupp as a war criminal at the Nuremberg Trials was dropped as he was horymberskie and senile. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D. I will leave this review now; the Holocaust deniers then as now are simply people I do not, nor will ever understand.
Feb 16, Campbell rated it really liked it Shelves: This was an incredibly powerful work and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to anyone who is interested in the second World War. It serves as a poignant full-stop to the lives of the Nazi leaders and their sentences.
What follow are some of my favourite excerpts: Naturally, the common people don’t want war; neither in Russia dzlenniki in England nor in America, nor for that matter in Germany. But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy or a fascist dictatorship or a Parliament or a Communist dictatorship.
All you have to do is tell them they norymherskie being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country.