Hitlers justice was designed to accomplish two important goals first to bring before the german public evidence establishing the utter failure of the vast majority of the german legal profession during the third reich and second to expose the unwillingness of the german legal profession after 1945 to acknowledge and remedy its earlier failure. Ingo muller no livro hitlers justice the courts of the third reich analisando fatos julgados e leis do periodo de ascensao e queda do nazismo traz argumentos suficientes para responder a indagacao como foi possivel. In short linders study supports ernst fraenkels notion of a dual state in which a system of nazi justice practiced mainly in special courts and criminal tribunals coexisted along side of courts that interpreted law much as they had done before 1933 another problem is the books unevenness and anecdotal character. More an indictment than a scholarly assessment of the failure of the german judicial system which undermined weimar and facilitated the establishment of hitlers totalitarian regime the book built excessively even for a german law professor on a recital of individual examples does present a persuasive case that the guardians of the law helped to pervert it somewhat flawed in organization . The third reich has been called a dual state since the normal judicial system coexisted with the arbitrary power of hitler and the police yet like most areas of public life after the nazi rise to power in 1933 the german system of justice underwent coordination alignment with nazi goals
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