This book examines the use of national and international law to prosecute Nazi crimes, the centerpiece of twentieth-century state-sponsored genocide and mass murder crimes, the paradigmatic instance of state-sponsored criminality and genocide in the twentieth century. In its various essays, the contributors reconstruct the historical historical setting of the crimes committed under the aegis of the Nazi regime and examine why postwar adjudication took place only within limits, within the national and international judicial ...

Nazi Crimes and the Law 2016, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9781316617229

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Nazi Crimes and the Law 2008, German Historical Institute, New York

ISBN-13: 9780521899741

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