Podcast: Nuremberg

Fascinating account of the Nurenberg trials on BBC sounds.

Currently on episode 2 (there's 16 x 25mins in total), supposed to be written from well researched real content but it's definitely constructed with a humanised story element of daily routine. Especially Churchill's passionate comments.

Also when a prisoner is found swinging in the thunderbox and the provost minding him thought he was just hearing the strains from a constipated occupant. And after they get him down and extract his skiddies stuffed in his cakehole, the i/c shift tells him to give mouth to mouth. I was creased up.

A good insight into the dimension of the Fatherland immediately after the war, with a good perspective from the German people's life experience.

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