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The Nuremberg Trials were to many a sign of the world healing after the Second World War. The trials initiated a model of what further international enforcement of justice might be patterned like. To many, the trials indicated that transgression against basic, human values would no longer be tolerated by the world. A process would now be in place to hold people accountable for crimes against humanity.
The first international war-crimes trials began in November 1945 in Nuremberg, Germany. On December 20, 1945 the Allied Control Council issued Control Law No. 10, establishing the basis…
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