Soviet Judgment at Nuremberg
University of Wisconsin history professor Francine Hirsch argued that the Soviets were integral in the coordination of the Nuremberg trials, but were also considered to be duplicitous by the other Allied members as they attempted to hide their own war crimes. This was a virtual event hosted by Harvard Book Store. close
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Francine Hirsch Author
Joshua Rubenstein Associate Harvard University->Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies
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