3rd imp., before publication, 1943. 82 pp. Blue cloth; 19 x 13cm. Cloth faded on spine & edge of front cover o/w V.G. The sub-title to this book describes itself as "Being a verbatim report of the first great trial for war criminals held in London sometime in 1944 or 1945. At the time of writing in 1943 it was clear that an unforeseen accident might at any time deprive Mussolini of the chance of vindicating himself before a public tribunal. The author, therefore, compiled this volume to ensure that justice was done. "All the essential statements attributed in its pages to the various witnesses are genuine, and may be corroborated from the newspaper cuttings at the time. None of the chief characters are fictitious. Some, even, have been raised from the dead to participate in the proceedings and to ensure that no relevant evidence is omitted."

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