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The Reichstag fire trial : the second Brown book of the Hitler terror based on material collected by the World Committee for the Relief of the Victims of German Fascism / with an introductory chapter specially written for the book by Georgi Dimitrov ; a foreword by D. N. Pritt, K.C. ; an appendix on murder in Hitler-Germany introduced by Lion Feuchtwanger.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: KK72.R44 D5313 1934

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    Uniform Title
    Dimitroff contra Göring. English.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    London : John Lane, 1934
    Locale
    Germany
    Other Authors/Editors
    Feuchtwanger, Lion, 1884-1958.
    World Committee for the Victims of German Fascism.
    Notes
    The Reichstag fire trial held before the Supreme court of the German Reich began Sept. 21, 1933; the accused being Marinus van der Lubbe, Ernst Torgler, Georgi Dimitrov, Blagoi Popov and Vasil Tanev. The concluding day of the trial, Dec. 23, 1933, presiding Justice Wilhelm Bünger pronouced the verdict guilty against van der Lubbe for high treason, insurrectionary arson and attempted common arson. The other defendants were acquitted. On Jan. 19, 1934 the condemned was sentenced to death.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    Physical Description
    xiii p., 1 l., 362 p. : plates (1 fold.), ports. ; 22 cm.

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