WAR CRIMES: Day of Judgment

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The men in Nürnberg's dock smiled more than they had for years. They were generally more relaxed and in better health. But most of them knew they would not live to see another spring in Germany.

Some faced it with bravado—like ex-Fighter Pilot Hermann Göring, who gestured and postured and smiled his dimpled smile. Others tried to ignore it—like Colonel General Alfred Jodl who, contrary to rules, hid his head at night under the blankets in his cell. Still others fought it alternately with cool logic and indignant tantrums—like Banker...

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