🎧 The Chief Interpreter at the Nuremberg Trials with Paul Hooley
🎧 Dan Snow's History Hit • 21m
Wolfe Frank, who was the Chief Interpreter at the Nuremberg Trials, translating over a third of the six million words spoken, was one of the most interesting characters in the courtroom. Historian Paul Hooley speaks to Dan about this man, who hated Hitler and had an idiosyncratic relationship with Göring. Göring once asked if he could be fed to Frank's dog instead of being hanged, before Frank retorted that the dog was fussy about his food. Producer: Peter Curry
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