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Department
Law
Course
LAWS 3306
Professor
Christopher Mc Naught
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 5 more things What.the.f. - Nuremberg • Judge from the US conducting the Nuremberg 4 great nations flushed with victory and stunned with injury stay the hand in vengeance and voluntarily submit their captive enemies to the judgement of the law, is one of the most significant tributes that power has ever paid to reason. We must never forget that the record in which we judge, these defendants today is the record in which history will us tomorrow  Unlike Guantanamo.Also, the allies participated in the trial - The trial at Nuremberg has become a founding of our modern political heritage internationally • After the Nuremberg, the International Declaration of Human Rights was created • The international criminal court as well (more modern) - Jackson of one thing we may be sure; the future will never have to ask with misgiving, what could the Nazis of said in their favor? History will know that whatever could be said, they were allowed to say. They have been given the kind of trial which they, in the days of their pomp and power never gave to any man. - Nuremberg- significant for certain principles developed 3 core principles • Under principle VI (6)  Crimes against the peace  Planning, preparati
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