Prosecuting the Holocaust: British investigations into Nazi war crimes, 1944-1949

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East Ardsley, Wakefield : British Online Archives, 2018.
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During the Second World War, the Nazi state was responsible for the systematic enslavement and extermination of millions of Jews. Other groups, such as Russian prisoners of war, Slavs, Romani, homosexuals, the disabled, and political opponents of the regime were also targeted. After Germany's surrender, Allied forces established a series of military tribunals, known as the Nuremberg Trials, to bring the architects and perpetrators of these crimes to justice.
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Date range: 1944-1949.
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  • Prosecuting the Holocaust
  • British investigations into Nazi war crimes
  • British online archives.
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