King Jr., Henry T.
August 2004
Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p23
Academic Journal
Stresses the influence of Justice Robert Jackson on the trial history. His concepts of war crimes; His role to the introduction of the International Criminal Court; Challenges faced by Jackson during the trials of war criminals in Nüemberg, Germany in 1945.


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