The Eichmann trial
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The Eichmann trial

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The Eichmann trial
Call No: 341.69 P21e

Call Number341.69 P21e
Dates1964; ©1964
Statement of Responsibilityby Peter Papadatos.
Creators & ContributorsPapadatos, Petros A. (author)
Eichmann, Adolf (subject)
Summary"The legal premises of the Eichmann Trial, a prosecution by one nation for crimes against its people and humanity, differed markedly from previous prosecutions for war crimes. The purpose of this work, written by the official observer at the Trial for the International Commission of Jurists, is to explore further the legal and political bases and consequences of the proceedings." —Book jacket
  1. The Eichmann Case
    1. The Facts
    2. The Perpetrators
    3. The Law which was Applied
  2. The Main Problems of the Eichmann Trial
    1. The Impartiality of the Israeli Judges
    2. The Right of Israel to Punish Nazi Crimes
    3. The Abduction of the Defendant
    4. The Retroactivity of the Israeli Law
    5. The "Act of State"
    6. Superior Orders
  3. Other Questions Concerning the Judgment and the Sentence of Eichmann
    1. Admission of Evidence
    2. The Prescription of the Crimes with which Eichmann was charged
    3. The Death Penalty
  4. The Eichmann Trial and the International Punishment of Genocide—Final Conclusions
    1. Certain Objections to the Eichmann Judgment
    2. The Eichmann Trial and the struggle against genocide
The Indictment
Physical Description 129 pages ; 22 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherLondon : Stevens & Sons
NotesBibliography: pages 125–129
RecognitionGifted in 1997 by Jeffrey D. Narver