Sonnenfeldt, Richard W.
August 2004
Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p71
Academic Journal
Highlights the contribution of Justice Robert H. Jackson to the Nuremberg war crime trials in 1954. His determination to make the trials reflect principles of justice and morality; Significance of Jackson to the creation of a legal framework for the first trial of leaders of a sovereign nation; Role he played in enlisting the cooperation of his fellow victors of World War II to create the governing law and courtroom procedures for the Nuremberg trials.


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