Rezension: Ferdinand von Schirach: „Crime and Guilt“

The way von Schirach presents the evidence of each case is often such as to suggest that anyone could lose one’s head at any time. Most troubling is the fact that that moment is rarely premeditated.

Rezension: Ferdinand von Schirach: „The Collini Case“

During the Second World War both Germans and Allies routinely shot civilians in reprisal for attacks on their armed forces. One shudders to think that a ratio could even be set at which such killings could be considered legitimate.