Nuremberg trials : war crimes and international law
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Nuremberg trials : war crimes and international law

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Nuremberg trials : war crimes and international law
Call No: RBSC 341.69 T24n

Call NumberRBSC 341.69 T24n
Sub-CollectionRare Books & Special Collections
Dates1949
Statement of Responsibilityby Telford Taylor.
Contents
  • Origins and general nature of war crimes trials
  • The London Agreement and the International Military Tribunal : Hermann Goering et al
    • The indictment
    • The trial and judgment
  • Control Council Law No. 10 : Nuremberg Military Tribunals and the office, Chief of Counsel for War Crimes
  • The twelve Nuremberg trials under law No. 10
    • Doctors and lawyers
    • SS and police
    • Industrialists and financiers
    • Field marshals and generals
    • Government ministers
  • Some legal problems
    • Sources and nature of international law
    • Crimes against peace
    • War crimes
    • Crimes against humanity
    • Conspiracy and other questions
  • Historical features : Jodle and Halder diaries
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix :
    • London Charter, 8 August 1945 (excerpt)
    • Control Council Law No. 10, 20 December 1945
    • Military Government Ordinances No. 7 (18 October 1946) and No. 11 (17 February 1947)
    • Statistical table of Nuremberg trials
Physical Description 241–371 pages ; 20 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherNew York : Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
NotesCover title
RecognitionGifted in 1997 by Jeffrey D. Narver
Location in CollectionRare Books & Special Collections