Come to this court & cry How the Holocaust ends

Linda Kinstler

Book - 2022

Investigating the death of Herberts Cukurs, a fugitive Nazi from Latvia who had served in her grandfather's unit, and modern efforts to exonerate him for his past actions, the author explores both her family story and the legacy of the post-Holocaust era in Europe, and how that legacy extends into the present.

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2nd Floor New Shelf 940.5318/Kinstler (NEW SHELF) Due Dec 20, 2022
Creative nonfiction
New York : PublicAffairs 2022.
First US edition
Item Description
Originally published in Great Britain in 2022 by Bloomsbury Publishing.
Physical Description
xx, 282 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-269) and index.
Main Author
Linda Kinstler (author)
  • Prologue
  • The police academy, December 2019
  • Boris
  • Cukurs
  • The kommando
  • "The trial begins"
  • Come to this court and cry
  • The committee men
  • The victory day parade
  • A deposition
  • The crime complex
  • Mr Pearlman's non-fiction
  • Shangrilá
  • Past as prelude
  • Aron Kodesh
  • Before the law
  • The plot
  • Forgotten trials
  • Agent stories
  • The cosmochemist
  • The musical
  • The body of the crime
  • Road of contemplation
  • The appeal
  • Race for the living
  • The violinist's son
  • "God bless their souls"
  • One witness, no witness
  • Foreign Fred
  • Baltic Troy
  • The antonym of forgetting.