After the war ended, Brenner has accidentally taken on a new identity and becomes a janitor in the courthouse where the Nuremberg Trials are being heard. Trying to heal is conscious, Brenner writes a letter to his wife which set up each chapter of the book.
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A non-fiction book composed of articles the author wrote while he researched post-war Germany’s attitude through street level investigations after World War II
About: The Nazi Hunters by Andrew Nagorski is a non-fiction book which tells of the people who took it upon themselves to bring former to Nazis to justice. Mr. Nagorski was an editor for Newsweek and is an award wining journalist and author. 416 pages Publisher: Simon & Schuster Language: English ISBN-10: 1476771863 My rating for The Nazi Hunters — 5 Buy The Nazi Hunters from Amazon.com* More Books by Andrew Nagorski Check out this & more World War II books on Man of la BookStore Thoughts: The Nazi Hunters by Andrew Nagorski tells the story of the people who hunted Nazis to bring them to justice after World War II. Those of us who finished high-school probably know about Hitler committing suicide in the bunker, those of us who take the time to educate ourselves (or took some college history courses) we heard or read about the Nuremberg trials, but not much afterwards. After the Nuremberg trials the world moved on, but not the people the author writes about. The Nazi hunters were seeking justice against those in charge of killing millions of innocent people systematically, all this while their hunt fell out of headlines and out of people’s minds…
The conclusions Dr. Kelly made are frightening and still relevant to this day. In his writings, Dr. Kelley stated that there was nothing “special” about these top Nazis and their personalities, what happened during Germany’s Third Reich could happen in any country.
Former Distinguished University Teaching Professor of History and current author Douglas R. Skopp