Nuremberg Trials

On October 1, 1946, The International War Crimes Tribunal sentenced twelve Nazis to death and seven others to prison and three were set free. In August 1945, there was a series of thirteen trials known as the Nuremberg Trials. They were termed as crimes against a nation. The crimes committed were so horrific that there was and is much debate as to whether a soldier should be held responsible for offenses their government did not consider a crime, but that world courts later decided were.

Defendants Nuremberg Trials

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I am a computer developer and web designer. My computer experience and lifestyle is a reflection of my earlier career in medicine, as a practicing Medical Technologist at two prestigious Teaching Hospitals, the University of Florida Shand's Teaching Hospital and the dual universities of Indiana University and Purdue University in Indianapolis, affiliated with the Veteran's Administration Hospital. I went on to learn electronics to supplement my programming training and with this knowledge, training and experience I was able to edit and create reports for a physician's office practice management software company.
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5 Responses to Nuremberg Trials

  1. Bob says:

    As I am starting this blog in WordPress, it is interesting to note that on the 2 October 1990 the Allies cede their occupation of Germany.

  2. btcomp says:

    My wife got a text alert that said it was on October 3, 1990 that East Germany and West Germany were united, the first time ending 45 years of post WWII division.

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