New York: Greenberg, 1947. Hardcover. Small 8vo (7.9 in, 20 cm). x, 245  pp. C. & p. Composition, printing, and binding by American Book-Stratford Press.
First edition: Biography of noted army doctor Douglas M. Kelley (1912-1958) on lower jacket panel. "He and his staff spent five months in interviewing and testing Goering, Hess, Schacht, Ribbentrop, and the 18 other prisoners.... Dr. Kelley observes that their counterparts exist in every city in the U.S.A." - jacket flaps. Additional profile is a second-hand analysis of Hitler.
NUC 0079321. Publisher's black cloth with silver lettering to spine and jail bars in blind to upper cover. Dust jacket in removable clear archival protector. Wartime shortage pulp paper of book and dust jacket slightly age toned. Top edge dusty. Dust jacket spine head archival repair imperceptible, old tape on top inner edge, and corner tip worn. Well-preserved, tight, and clean first edition. Near fine in very good dust jacket. Item #1081