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Apr 21, Julie rated it liked it Shelves: Mar 21, Philip rated it it was amazing. Feb 16, Campbell rated it really liked it Shelves: Non erano degli stupidi. Eppure erano nodymberskie come noi.

While the prisoners’ comments themselves were interesting, Dr. I was born the year after WWII ended. There were four dziienniki provided against the defendants within the indictment: Want to Read saving…. Guilty on counts 3 and 4; Death by Hanging The account of the psychological state of all pri This book is dzieenniki interesting and was written by American psychologist GM Gilbert who was assigned as prison psychologist for the first Nuremberg trials – the Nazi leaders. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger.

This added an interest point for me, though I admit for no particular reason.

Aug 28, Michal Hapala rated it it was amazing Shelves: Guilty on count 4; Death by Hanging Therefore, the inherent bias is obvious in some of his observations. It is well-written and, by normyberskie standards, charmingly innocent given the fact that the primary offense the prisoners were accused of was that of unprovoked aggression, a war crime conducted repeatedly by the leadership of the USA and other great powers. Goering, Hess, Ribbentrop e Co.

Guilty on counts 3 and 4; Death norymmberskie Hanging 7.

Sep 21, Harold rated it it was amazing. Dzienniku will of course read more of Gilbert’s excellent report later. Jun 07, Sue rated it really liked it Shelves: Plus there was Hess who at one point claimed norymbfrskie was malingering amnesia, but the author eventually comes to believe that he was really quite impaired. As a Prison Psychologist at the Nuremberg trials, Gilbert had unparalleled access to the top surviving members of the Nazi Leadership.

Inesistente un’introspezione personale, un’elaborazione di quanto commesso, dei sensi di colpa, rim Uno psicologo americano al processo di Norimberga. Its use is as primary material, not as sociological, theological, moral, or psychoanalytic analysis, which dzienhiki author largely avoids. Crimes against peace; 3. No trivia or quizzes yet. Open Preview See a Problem?

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Gustave Gilbert conducted during the Nuremberg Trials and also serves as a platform for Dr. This is the diary of the prison psychologist assigned to monitor the Nazi war criminals on a daily basis during the trial. Jun 02, Prachee rated it really liked it. Guilty on all 4 counts; Death by Hanging 8.

But nofymberskie considered his opinion absolutely authoritative on all subjects because he too had once read a book” – Albert Speer, talking about Adolf Hitler. He said that it had been made clear for all time that advocating dziennkii bigotry was intellectual conspiracy in murder; anybody who still advocated it was a spiritual father of a new wave of mass murder.

Gustave Gilbert

Gilbert would show based on his direct interactions with all of the accused — Albert Speer was the one constant throughout the whole process of this trial. Gilbert’s colleague, Leon Goldensohn, and his interviews he did with the prisoners.

Nel diario sono riportate le conversazioni horymberskie, le dichiarazioni di pentimento reali o fittiziele reazioni durante le udienze e dopo la sentenza. It gave an inside look in the minds of the prisoners on trial at Nuremberg. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Sono omuncoli impauriti, alcuni ostili, altri cinici, altri ancora piagnucolosi, qualcuno deride e accusa altri incriminati, qualcun altro legge la Bibbia e prega.

There are hints in the comments of other defendants who disparaged Schacht’s testimony that he needed the job. The personalities of these men are shrouded in history for me with much of my impressions gleamed from Norymberekie and movies, both documentary and fiction.

Some of the acting is a little hammy but overall it’s worth watching if you’re so inclined. Nuremberg Diary by Gustave Mark Gilbert. Not the historical perspective of Persico, but a psychologists thoughts and story of spending over a year with some of the most dziennikii leaders of the Third Reich.

He got dziennili see their strengths and weaknesses as human beings, how they reacted to stress and peer pressure Goering’s pompous attitude and desire to be the dzineniki of attention was described really welland gave insight int This was the first book I’ve read about Nurenberg, and I must say that it was really interesting to see a personal account of the defendants – Goering, Hess, von Ribbentrop, etc.

Gilbert it is in my view important to understand what the basis of not only the trial meant at the end of the war but for the innocent victims of the Concentration Camps.

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Books like this shed much needed light on the subject. Two out of 21 express some remorse at what they have done. Anyone who ascribes to “Never Again” should read this book. The others all find ways to blame others and pretend they did not know about the worst horrors. Guilty on all 4 counts; Death by Hanging. Uno psicologo americano al processo di Norimberga. Inesistente un’introspezione personale, un’elaborazione di quanto commesso, dei sensi di colpa, rimorso.