Nuremberg’s Voice of Doom
The autobiography of the chief interpreter at history’s greatest trials
Wolfe Frank edited by Paul Hooley
This photograph was taken following a talk given to members of the Rosemary Goddard Centre in Mere about the book ‘Nuremberg’s Voice of Doom’ which is a posthumous autobiography of Wolfe Frank, the Chief Interpreter at the International War Crimes trials of Nazi war criminals, as compiled, edited and expanded by local author Paul Hooley.
Frank played an important role in ‘history’s greatest trials’ and the reason the RG Centre was such an appropriate place to give this talk is that Wolfe Frank retired to Mere, where he completed his memoirs, and he lived next door to the Centre in Lynch Close – now Eileen Burfitt’s residence (Frank would have visited the Centre himself ).