Following is the entire Biographical Note of Professor Colonel Gerald Draper (1914 - 1989), the British lawyer, scholar and a soldier, who was involved in the March 1946 interrogation of Rudolp Hoess, former commandant of Auschwitz, which mentally scarred him for decades to come.
The Biographical Note was written by Brevet Major The Count de Salis (who I believe is Charles John de Salis). It facsimiled, or reproduced verbatim from the book pictured above, a 1998, collection of articles written by Gerald Draper.
I collected the pages from the preview available on google books, and used google to find out what was on the pages restricted from the preview. Although you can discover what is written on restricted pages, you can not tell where paragraphs begin and end, and I have not tried to guess.
This undoubtedly breaks copyright laws, but, I'm not making any money from it, if anything I'm advertising the book. Such an important figure in Holocaust historiography as Gerald Draper, should not be hidden away in just a very, very expensive book.
Editors: Meyer, Michael A. & McCoubrey, Hilaire. Reflections on Law and Armed Conflicts: The Selected Works on the Laws of War by the Late Professor Colonel G.I.A.D. Draper, OBE. The Hague: Kluwer Law International. 1998. pp.xviii - xxvii.