what I've been reading

The Nuremberg Trials by Ann Tusa and John Tusa

This incredibly detailed and well-structured history pays close attention to the legal details while presenting them with clarity. I sensed a British bias, and the descriptions of the Nazis and their atrocities fell into cliche quite easily, but maybe there's no other way to deal with ugliness on such an epic scale. Not a quick or pleasant read, but great for anyone who has seen Judgment at Nuremberg or who has interest in international law.