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bia_gonzalex

  • one year ago

How the Nuremburg Trials promoted justice post World War II?

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  1. Bigbosssaint21
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    they tried Nazis for there crimes against humanity during the second world war

  2. anonymous
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    The punishment of Nazi war criminals. To bring key Nazis to justice and to show the world what the Nazis had done ... (The alternative considered by the Allies was simply to kill them without trial).

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