On October 18, 1945, Airey Neave personally served the official indictments on 21 top Nazis awaiting trial in Nuremberg, including Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess, and Albert Speer. The 29-year-old Neave, a wartime organizer of MI9 and the first Englishman to escape from Colditz Castle, had watched and listened over the months as the trials unfolded. In this 1978 memoir, he profiles the defendants—individuals he came to know and who in turn would become known as some of the most evil men in history.
Nuremberg: A Personal Record of the Trial of the Major Nazi War Criminals
Author: Airey Neave.