Reports from the sessions of the
International War Crimes Tribunal,
founded by Bertrand Russell
Edited by Ken Coates,
Peter Limqueco & Peter Weiss
Foreword by Noam Chomsky
In 1967 the International War Crimes Tribynal held sessions in Stockholm and Roskilde, in Denmark, to hear evidence on the conduct of the war in Vietnam. Invitations to the American Government had been ignored.
Since 1967, Bertrand Russell has died. This book is intended to assist Russell’s initial request of the Tribunal ‘to prevent the crime of silence’.