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judgments. It was established with a view to being capable of addressing those situations that motivated its creation: situations like that in Nazi Germany, Yugoslavia and Rwanda. It was designed to be a tool for overriding the opposition that would inherently be raised against achieving justice in such

In: International Criminal Law Review

Armed Forces Alfredo Cristiani for his alleged role in covering up the crimes. 46 Other cases in this list include the admission in 2008 by the National Court of a complaint fi led by Spanish victims against four offi cials of the Nazi regime for acts qualifi ed as geno- cide, 47 or the opening of previous

In: International Criminal Law Review

occasions, when discussing the policy of punishing the leading Nazis if captured, the uk and Soviet leaders advocated for summary executions in some circumstances. See e.g ., Taylor, supra note 95; J.W. Bosch, Judgment on Nuremberg. American Attitudes toward the Major German War Crimes Trials

In: International Criminal Law Review

France, Britain, Japan, the usa and Italy), who thought an ad hoc international court should be established to try German war criminals for the transgressions of World War i . 5 The Versailles Treaty originally provided for the prosecution of what would be referred to today as “war criminals

In: Advocating Social Change through International Law