Nazi crimes in Ukraine, 1941–1944 : documents and materials
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Nazi crimes in Ukraine, 1941–1944 : documents and materials

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Nazi crimes in Ukraine, 1941–1944 : documents and materials
Call No: 947.708 N335 1987

Call Number947.708 N335 1987
Dates1987; ©1987
Statement of Responsibilitycompiled by A. F. Vysotsky, A. L. Kopylenko, F. A. Lopushansky, V. V. Sokolov, G. I. Changuli ; editors-in-chief, V. N. Denisov, G. I. Changuli ; translated from Russian by V. I. Biley, S. I. Kaznady, A. E. Sologubenko.
Summary"Present collection contains the documents of the People's Commissariat of Foreign Affairs of the USSR, the Extraordinary State Commission on establishment and investigation of crimes committed by Nazi aggressors and their accessories, the materials of International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg and various judicial bodies of the Ukrainian SSR. All these documents reveal the feral essence of fascism and racism, incontrovertibly testify to the evil deeds of Nazi and their accomplices in the occupied territory of the Ukrainian SSR during the World War II." —Title page verso
ContentsI. The Crimes
  • Notes of the USSR People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs Materials of the Extraordinary State Commission on Establishing and Investigating the Crimes of the German-Fascist Invaders
  • Materials of the Nuremberg Trial Over the Chief War Criminals
II. Responsibility (The Inevitable Punishment)
  • Legal Foundations of Responsibility of Nazi Criminals, Their Accomplices and Abettors
  • Trial of Nazi Criminals, Their Accomplices and Abettors
Physical Description 374 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 21 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish, Translated from Russian by V. I. Biley, S. I. Kaznady, A. E. Sologubenko.
PublisherKiev : Naukova Dumka Publishers
Notes
  • At head of title: Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR, Institute of State and Law
  • Title in colophon: Zlodeianiia natsistov na Ukraine, 1941–1944
  • Includes bibliographical references
RecognitionGifted in 2015 by Stuart Michelson