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He invited Jackson to read the January  memorandum prepared by Roosevelt’s department heads before Yalta. It was all very tempting – too tempting too ignore. For a brief moment Jackson did wonder whether directing the United Nations’ prosecution of the major war criminals might take him away from the Supreme Court too long – long enough, in fact, to affect his career: but the court was about to hear the last arguments of the current term, and it would then be in recess until October ; the European thing would surely all be over For source notes go to ( + N) page  et seq.

Arriving at Yalta without any of these men, and without even Morgenthau this time, President Roosevelt largely ignored their rec- For source notes go to ( + N) page  et seq. N UREMBERG , THE L AST B ATTLE  ommendations. ’ Five days later, Churchill echoed similar thoughts at their plenary session, on February , , raising the issue of war criminals, and again proposing a form of legalised lynching. According to the American Admiral William D. ’ The transcript taken by James Byrnes shows, in rather more detail, that Churchill mentioned that the current proposal was to send the lesser criminals to ‘the place where their crime was committed,’ where they would be put on trial by the people living there.

He tried suicide twice – by plunging headlong from a second-floor balcony, and by thrusting a knife into his chest. Each time he failed. He had been left to vegetate, a matter of interest only for the doctors and psychiatrists who continued to infest his shrinking world.  In  the British government sent a secret report to Stalin admitting that eminent psychiatrists had diagnosed mental instability with signs of persecution mania. ’ The foreign office however warned Britain’s ambassador in Moscow, when handing this document to Stalin, to * Churchill’s information was incomplete.

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