JUSTICE DELAYED: How did Britain become a haven for mass murderers and Nazi collaborators after 1945? Former members of the Waffen-SS and Nazi police units made new lives in Britain. --CLEARANCE SALE
The author describes how the immigration policy of Clement Atlee's postwar government actually favored Eastern Europeans over non-whites and Jewish Holocaust survivors. Former members of the Waffen-SS and Nazi police units made new lives in Britain. British intelligence recruited agents among them and sent many into the Eastern Bloc where they were betrayed by Kim Philby. Finally, in 1986, legislation was passed to permit war crimes trials in Britain.
This book is authored by a former researcher for the British All-Party Parliamentary War Crimes Group. Softcover. 342 pages. Extensive footnotes. B/w photos.