Twenty-two seats in the dock

Like command responsibility, other conceptions of justice rapidly conceived by the Allies in the aftermath of WW2 would prove enduring. The most influential: The International Military Tribunal, created by the Allied powers in the ruins of Nuremberg, Germany to address the crimes of the Nazi State.
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