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From the Hague to Nuremberg : international law and war, 1898-1945 / by Crystal Renee Murray Wright

Publication | Library Call Number: KZ6385 .W75 1987

This thesis examines the body of international law drawn upon during the Nuremberg trials after World War II. The work analyzes the Hague Conventions, the Paris Peace Conference, and League of Nations decisions to support its conclusions. Contrary to the commonly held belief that the laws violated during World War II by the major war criminals were newly developed ideas, this thesis shows that the laws evolved over an extended period prior to the war. The work uses conference minutes, published government sources, the official journal of the League of Nations, and many memoirs to support the conclusions.

Format
Book
Author/Creator
Wright, Crystal Renee Murray.
Published
1987
Includes bibliographical references (p. 135-144)
Language
English
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