2002 "First edition" stated; Harcourt publishers, New York; hardbound in red and black boards with gilt lettering along spine; very good condition with unmarked pages; dust jacket good with very minor edge wear.


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Nuremberg's Palace of Justice, 1945: The scene of a trial without precedent in history, a trial that continues to haunt the modern world. Leading the reader into the Palace is Sebastian, a young German-American whose fate is to be involved intimately with the lives and deaths of others-the father who disappeared mysteriously, the ancestors whose stories become vitally relevant, and some of the towering figures of twentieth-century legal history, including Justice Robert Jackson, Albert Speer, Hermann Goering, and the dark, untried shadow of Adolf Hitler.


In a gripping account of warmakers who must face the consequences of their actions, Nuremberg: The Reckoning flows through Warsaw, Berlin, Lodz, Munich, Hamburg and finally Nuremberg, as Sebastian, an interpreter-interrogator, comes to terms with his family legacy and his national identity. With his customary authority and audacity, William F, Buckley Jr. has taken a pivotal moment in history and shaped it into absorbing and original fiction. The result is a riveting novel of insight and understanding, exploring the characters and issues that defined history.

NUREMBERG: The Reckoning by William F. Buckley Jr.

SKU: BS71n