The Witness House
Kohl reveals that during the 1945 Nuremberg trials, witnesses for the prosecution and defense were housed together in a villa. In this so-called Witness House, perpetrators and victims confronted each other in a microcosm that reflected the events of the high court.
Nazis and Holocaust survivors sharing a villa during the Nuremberg Trials
A grande dame traveling light
Hitler's personal photographer, or: how to get by
The prosecutor and the gestapo chief
The general with the red scarf
Trench warfare and a fountain pen
Birthday checks from the cigarette king
Trout fishing and lady-killers
The guest who counted gold teeth
Skeletons in the birch wood
A negligee too many
Willy Messerschmitt and mathematics
A prisoner's pact with the devil
Candy and zyklon b
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