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Dorset Museums Association

Nuremberg's Voice of Doom

The recently published book, Nuremberg's Voice of Doom, vividly brings to life the character of Wolfe Frank: refugee, soldier, playboy, Nazi hunter and Chief Interpreter at the Nuremberg Trials.

Historian Paul Hooley, who lives locally, will explain how the memoirs of Wolfe Frank, which lay hidden in a Dorset attic for 25 years, provided a previously unknown story about the chief interpreter of the Nuremberg trials and how Wolfe became known as the 'Voice of Doom'.

The photo shown is of Wolfe Frank , left, with Hermann Goering.