whereas we regularly are inclined to contemplate the 3rd Reich as a sector of lawlessness, the Nazi dictatorship and its guidelines of persecution rested on a felony beginning set in position and maintained by way of judges, legal professionals, and civil servants proficient within the legislation. This quantity bargains a concise and compelling account of ways those clever and welleducated attorneys lent their talents and information to a process of oppression and domination. The chapters deal with why German attorneys and jurists have been drawn to Nazism; how their aid of the regime resulted from a mix of ideological conviction, careerist opportunism, and legalistic selfdelusion; and whether or not they have been held answerable for their Nazi-era activities after 1945. This e-book additionally examines the reports of Jewish legal professionals who fell sufferer to anti-Semitic measures. the amount will attract students, scholars, and different readers with an curiosity in Nazi Germany, the Holocaust, and the historical past of jurisprudence.
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