Indirect Perpetrators: The Prosecution of Informers in Germany, 1945-1965
By: Andrew Szanajda (author)Hardback
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This work is an examination of the very first systematic attempt to bring before the courts and prosecute those who had directly or indirectly contributed to a crime against humanity by informing upon others during the National Socialist era in Germany. Szanajda looks at the theoretical and practical problems associated with this process and examines of how this process actually worked in practice in the immediate postwar era in the Western Occupation Zones and the Federal Republic of Germany.
Andrew Szanajda is an associate professor at Overseas Chinese University.
Chapter 1. Theoretical Considerations Chapter 2. The American Occupation Zone: Theory and Compromise Chapter 3. The French Occupation Zone. Legislation and Practice Chapter 4. The British Occupation Zone: Legislation and Practice Chapter 5. Prosecution of Denunciation Cases in the Federal Republic of Germany
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