Mission at Nuremberg

Mission at Nuremberg

An American Army Chaplain and the Trial of the Nazis

eBook - 2014
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Relates how Lutheran minister Henry Gerecke, an Army chaplain during World War II, was recruited for the most difficult engagement of his life--ministering to the twenty-one Nazi leaders awaiting trial at Nuremberg.
Publisher: New York, NY :, William Morrow,, [2014]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780062300195
0062300199
Characteristics: 1 online resource (388 pages) : illustrations
Alternative Title: Axis 360 eBooks

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SEBoiko
Dec 02, 2014

They were attempting to give Hitler's henchmen new standing as human beings before their impending executions.

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SEBoiko
Dec 01, 2014

There's no question most, if not all, of the Nazis on trial at Nuremberg couched their own testimonies in varying levels of dishonesty, subterfuge, and fabrication,...

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SEBoiko
Dec 01, 2014

Thus, Allied leaders were still hashing out the best way to punish people whose criminal activities were so horrendous that laws barring those activities didn't technical exist.

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Dec 01, 2014

December is the busy season, for anyone in the Christianity business anyway,...

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szarnstorff
Sep 27, 2014

Excellent book that describes in detail the sacrifices men made at the end of WW11 to minister to the nazis at the Nuremberg trials. I had never read about this part of history before. He focused on them as children and how they were once innocent. Amazing faith story. How could you forgive? Yet they did.

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