It'd be like reading a book first, and then having a chance to meet the actors.
This book was written by the first American Psychiatrist to have access to the Nazi 'elite' in their cells as they were on trial at Nuremberg.
This is an interesting and absorbing book, and a fascinating and entertaining book to read.
This psychiatrist's observations add great insight into these diverse defendents. Everything from IQ to mental stability is examined in this book. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Fredericka Flynt
The book is absolutely great, everybody should read it. (Not really gruesome, just a riveting insight into the minds of the top-ranking Nazis.) BUT... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Roslyn Reid
This is a stunner of a book. Here we have a Jewish American who speaks German and is a PHD psychologist, and he has direct access to ALL of the criminals at this trial, the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Tad
This was a gift to a friend, a pathologist. He responded, "excellent book, including medical reports.... very interesting.... they knew what they were doing..."Published 15 months ago by Diane Schexnayder
This book was written by the first American Psychiatrist to have access to the Nazi 'elite' in their cells as they were on trial at Nuremberg. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Samantha Morse
This book is excellent. I usually take notes as I read my World War 2 books, but this had so many interesting facts, that I didn’t even bother.Published 18 months ago by email@example.com
I already received and this product is very good. I suggest for all people interest in anti-nazi and politics actionPublished 20 months ago by Geraldo
Gilbert was a prison psychologist before and during the Nuermberg war crimes trial. In this role, he had nearly unfettered access to Nazi defendants facing charges from waging... Read morePublished on June 2, 2012 by Orwell Morgan
this book provides a fascinating look into the lives, pyches, and views of the surviving nazi elite during their imprisonment at nuremberg. the author, G. Read morePublished on March 27, 2012 by a cup of tea