Table of contents for Justice imperiled : the anti-Nazi lawyer Max Hirschberg in Weimar, Germany / Douglas G. Morris.

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Introduction
Part I. Nonpolitical Foundations and Political Maturation (1883---1922)
 Chapter 1. Childhood, Law, and War (1883---1918)
 Chapter 2. The Crystallization of Hirschberg's Political Consciousness (1918---19)
 Chapter 3. The Emergence of Hirschberg's Politically Active Lawyering (1919)
 Chapter 4. A Left-Wing Lawyer in Right-Wing Munich (1920---22)
Part II. Revolutionaries and Counterrevolutionaries before the Bar of Injustice (1922---25)
 Chapter 5. Sitting in Judgment on Germany's War Guilt: The Fechenbach-Cossmann
 Libel Lawsuit
 Chapter 6. "Left-Wing Treason": The Fechenbach Prosecution
 Chapter 7. The Fight to Undo the Fechenbach Verdict
 Chapter 8. A German "Dreyfus Affair": The Rule of Law, Reaction, and Honor in the
 Fechenbach Case
 Chapter 9. The Antiwar Veteran and the Militant Monk: The Stab-in-the-Back Trial
 Chapter 10. From Political to Nonpolitical Justice
Part III. Freeing the Innocent: Nonpolitical Miscarriages of Justice (1925---34)
 Chapter 11. Of Love and Death: The Pfeuffer and G"tz Cases
 Chapter 12. Falsehoods in the Countryside: The Rettenbeck, Perjury Conspiracy, and
 Konrad S. Cases
 Chapter 13. Hirschberg, Freud, and Other Germans
 Chapter 14. The Crises of War, Confidence, and Democracy in the Weimar Republic's
 Nonpolitical Justice
Part IV. Fighting Hitler, Nazis, and Anti-Semites (1926---33)
 Chapter 15. A Brawl in the City Streets: The Schott Prosecution
 Chapter 16. Crossing Swords with Hitler
 Chapter 17. A Brawl at a Village Inn: The Murnau Prosecution
 Chapter 18. Taking the Offensive against Anti-Semites
 Chapter 19. Honor, Violence, and a Brawl among Nazis
Part V. Three Countries, Two Continents, One Ideal of Justice (1933---64)
 Chapter 20. Nazi Law and Lawlessness: Hirschberg's Final Year in Germany (1933---34)
 Chapter 21. Between Escape and Safety: The Years in Italy (1934---39)
 Chapter 22. Freedom, Democracy, and Justice (1939---64)
Abbreviations
Notes
Bibliography
Index
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hirschberg, Max, b. 1883.
Lawyers -- Germany -- Biography.
Anti-Nazi movement -- Germany -- Biography.