Preliminary Table of Contents: Preface
Foreword by Telford Taylor
1. The Final Solution-A Brief Reminder
2. Auschwitz Survivors v. I.G. Farben
3. Accounting with Krupp
4. The Electrical Companies See the Light
5. The Cannons of rheinmetall
6. The Shark Who Got Away
7. A Medley of Disappointments
8. The Last Word
Returns to print a classic work about the question of reparations to survivors of forced labor in Nazi concentration camps.
Benjamin B. Ferencz was the prosecutor at the Nuremberg trial of the SS Einsatzgruppen. Now in his eighties, Ferencz remains active as a teacher, lecturer, and author of books on international law and articles dealing with the creation of an international criminal court.
"[This] valuable book is a striking reminder of the larger purposes of law in civilized societies. At the same time it affords a depressing insight into the deficiencies and inadequacies of the supposed de-nazification of the West German legal system and of section of German society." --Times Literary Supplement "This short book is of extreme importance... [It] is a book to ponder." --Martin Gilbert, The New York Times "Here is the first comprehensive account of the complicity of the major German industrial firms in crimes against humanity through their exploitation of Jewish slave labor during the Hitler era." --Lucy Dawidowicz