Karl Siegert

The late Dr. Karl Siegert was professor for international law at the University of Göttingen before, during and after WWII.


Introduction by Germar Rudolf, Editor In early 1944 the Allies landed in Italy, a few miles south of Rome. In order to keep the immense cultural treasures of Rome safe from harm, the German Field Marshal Kesselring declared Rome an "open city", i.e., a battle-free zone. This made Rome the …