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The Nuremberg Trials were held by the four victorious Allied forces of Great Britain, the USA, France and the USSR in the Palace of Justice, Nuremberg from November 1945 to October 1946. Famous for prosecuting the major German war criminals, they also tried the various groups and organisations that were at the heart of Nazi Germany.
This fascinating volume is concerned with the trial of Albert Speer, Hitler's architect and the Minister of Armaments and War Production. It includes all the testimony regarding his trial, including his cross-examination by the Court, the concluding speeches from the defence and prosecution, and the final judgment on his case. Because of his close links with the Nazi system of forced labour, the book also includes evidence regarding this policy.
Speer, almost uniquely in this trial, accepted responsibility for his actions. However, he denied any knowledge of the Holocaust, or of the appalling conditions of the enslaved workers at the Krupp factories and other armaments works. What he did or did not know about the about the brutalities of the Nazi régime is still a matter of speculation today.