I’m looking for a good book about the Nuremberg Trials, preferably the definitive one, a thick volume that all the professional historians or attorneys would recommend; and preferably one that includes the medical trials. I’m more concerned with the extent of what actually happened and what the alleged perpetrators of the Nazi atrocities did than with any sort of psychological profiles or moral editorializing.
So far a search of Amazon has turned up these promising tomes:
All are highly rated and seem to have what I’m looking for. Has anyone read them? Is there another book that I should consider?
Also, on an unrelated note, has anyone read Vladimir Bartol’s Alamut?