Gustave Gilbert

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Gustave Mark Gilbert (1911 – 1977) was a Jewish psychologist best known for his participation in the International Military Tribunal (IMT) and writings on this topic. He was Prison Psychologist of the German prisoners and American Military Chief Psychologist at the trial itself.

In 1947 he published part of his diary, consisting of observations taken during interviews, interrogations, “eavesdropping” and conversations with German prisoners, under the title Nuremberg Diary.

The Holocaust revisionist Carlos Porter has criticized various aspects of the book as unreliable. See the "External links" section.

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