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Nuremberg didn't try the case, as you know, because everyone knew the Soviets were responsible, but somehow in the French record got mixed up, and while technically the Loi Gayssot didn't cover the Leningrad trials, a French law maker was actually the subject of prosecution because of the mix up, and was only let off the hook when Gorbie admitted in 1989 that they'd done it all along. I had a long email conversation about this with Paul Godfried last year, and I've got the details somewhere around here.
It would be great, though, if someone could find out for sure if Germans were punished by any of the allies at one of the kangaroo courts, so we could throw it back in the face of the Intimidator General of the Establishment.
Dan wrote:I've been hoping for proof of the Soviet trials, but I can't find anything that is sourced
I noticed the same.
The sources for the Katyn Leningrad trials can be found in these books:
Fritz Becker: “Stalins Blutspur durch Europa”
Fritz Becker: “Im Kampf um Europa”
These books can be purchased second hand for about $20.- each from
Zentrales Verzeichnis Antiquarischer Bücher.
They are in German
Have you managed to check the source the professor gave you? You did want the source, yes?
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