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Why did the allies hold war crime trials for axis leaders after ww2?

The trials were held to posecute the Nazi war criminals for war crimes.


Where were German war crimes trials held?

Nuremburg Germany


What German city in which allies held war crimes trials?

Nuremburg.


How were the Nuremberg trials similar to the andersonville trials?

The Nuremberg Trials were held after World War II to prosecute top Nazi officials for war crimes and crimes against humanity. The Andersonville Trials were held after the American Civil War to prosecute Confederate soldiers for war crimes committed at the Andersonville prisoner of war camp. Both trials aimed to bring accountability to individuals responsible for heinous acts during wartime.


The Nuremberg Trials held Japanese war criminals accountable for crimes agenst humanity in violation of the rules of war true or false?

False. The Nuremberg Trials specifically focused on prosecuting German war criminals after World War II, while the Tokyo Trials were held to address the actions of Japanese war criminals. Both trials sought to hold individuals accountable for crimes against humanity and violations of the rules of war.


Who was prosecuted in the Nuremberg trials?

Top Nazi officials, military leaders, and members of the German government were prosecuted in the Nuremberg trials after World War II. These trials sought to hold individuals accountable for war crimes, crimes against humanity, and other egregious violations of international law committed during the war.


Did the Nuremberg trials hold Japanese war criminals accountable for crimes against humanity in violation of the rules of war?

No, the Nuremberg trials were specifically for prosecuting German war criminals. Japanese war criminals were tried separately in the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, also known as the Tokyo trials, which held Japanese individuals accountable for their actions during World War II.


Where were the American war crimes trials held?

The International Military Tribunal and the later trials held only by the Americans, were all held in Nuremberg, Germany. A number of war criminals were separately tried by the British, French and Russians on their own soil, or at least at different venues than Nuremberg, such as the trial of Concentration camp commandant Amon Goeth, which was held in Poland, as was his execution, and the Belsen trials, held by the British in Luneberg, the city closest to the Bergen Belsen camp


What year were the Nazis war crime trials?

From 1945 to 1946.


What has the author Tadeusz Cyprian written?

Tadeusz Cyprian has written: 'Prawo norymberskie' -- subject(s): Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946 'Glos ma prokurator ..' -- subject(s): War crime trials 'Spekulacja' -- subject(s): Speculation 'Nieznana Norymberga' -- subject(s): War crime trials


What were the trials that held Germans and Japanese acountable for the war?

These would be the Nuremburg Trials in Bavaria.


Who was charged with war crime and prosecuted at the Nuremberg trials?

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