Cross of Iron
John Mosier talked about his book Cross of Iron: The Rise and Fall of the German War Machine, 1918-1945, published by Henry Holt and Company. He talked about the complexities of Hitler’s regime and his rise to power, saying that the Geneva Convention might have given Germany a loophole to torture and execute Jews. Germany was not one of the nations included in the Geneva Convention, which was formulated to set international law. After his presentation Professor Mosier responded to audience members' questions. close
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