Prelude to Nuremberg: Allied War Crimes Policy and the Question of Punishment
Between November 1945 and October 1946, the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg tried some of the most notorious political and military figures of Nazi Germany. In this book, Kochavi demonstrates that the policies finally adopted, including the i
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The Nuremberg trials were the culmination of a bitter, complex struggle to establish a policy to try war criminals after World War II. The author, a senior lecturer in history and director of the ... Read full review
GOVERNMENTSINEXILE CALL FOR RETALIATION
CONTENTION WITHIN WHITEHALL
THE BIG POWERS STAND ALOOF
RETALIATORY AIR RAIDS?
SETTING UP A WAR CRIMES COMMISSION
ANGLOSOVIET DISPUTES OVER RUDOLF HESS AND THE BALTIC REPUBLICS
THE APPOINTMENT OF HERBERT C PELL
INAUGURATING THE UNWCC WITHOUT THE SOVIETS
MANEUVERING FOR A POSTWAR ROLE
ATROCITIES OTHER THAN WAR CRIMES
THE EXTERMINATION OF THE JEWS
PELL TAKES ON THE STATE DEPARTMENT
LONDON DECIDES ON A NARROW INTERPRETATION
WASHINGTON ALTERS ITS STAND
WHITEHALL IGNORES WASHINGTONS REVERSAL
CHURCHILLS RADICAL PLAN
MORGENTHAU VERSUS STIMSON
ROOSEVELT AND CHURCHILL IN AGREEMENT
SUSPENDING A DECISION
OBSTRUCTING THE UNWCC
WHAT IS A WAR CRIME?
IS AGGRESSIVE WAR A WAR CRIME?
LISTING WAR CRIMINALS
LIMITING THE UNWCC
WHO IS A MAJOR WAR CRIMINAL?
INTERNATIONAL COURTS OR MILITARY TRIBUNALS?
HURST BREAKS WITH THE FOREIGN OFFICE
THE STATE DEPARTMENT TRAPS PELL
STRIVING FOR A NEW IMAGE
CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY
ASYLUM FOR WAR CRIMINALS
WHETHER TO ADDRESS THE NEUTRALS?
NEUTRALS MANEUVER BETWEEN THE BELLIGERENTS
NEUTRALS YIELD UNDER PRESSURE
CLOSING THE CIRCLE
DISCORD WITHIN THE ROOSEVELT ADMINISTRATION
WASHINGTON TAKES THE LEAD
THE NUREMBERG CHARTER
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