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Re: Lord Birkett in Nurenberg Trials
Posted by: Peter Birkett Date: November 02, 2000 at 13:54:31
In Reply to: Lord Birkett in Nurenberg Trials by Donna Watson of 218

Possibly the most famous Birkett

[Book] : Norman Birkett : the life of Lord Birkett of Ulverston.
HYDE, H. Montgomery
1964




Birkett, Sir Wm. Norman, Lord Birkett of Ulverstron (1883-1962):
Before being knighted and raised to the bench in 1941, Birkett had been one of the most well paid and well recognized trial lawyers at the bar in England. In 1946 he was one of the two judges apointed by the British to go to Nuremberg.



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