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Objective The Nuremberg Trials were a series of military trials
held by the Allied forces of WWII, and was most notable
for the prosecution of main members of the political,
military,and ecnomic leadership of the defeated Nazi Germany. Objective The students will learn about the prosecuted
and the prosecuters of the Nuremberg Trials,
and the importance of how and why this trial
occured.
What? The Nuremberg Trials were a series What? The Nuremberg Trials were a series of
military trials held by the Allied
forces of WWII, and were most notable
for the prosecution of the main members
of the political, military, and
economic leadership of the defeated
Nazi Germany.
For? The prosecuted were charged for committing crimes against humanity towards the Jews and other ethnic groups that were not considered part of the Aryan race. When? When? November 21, 1945 through October 1, 1946 Where? Palace of Justice in Nuremberg,
Bavaria, Germany. Introduction The Nuremberg Trials were a series of trials held by the Allied forces of WWII, and were also most notable for the prosecution of the main members of the political military, and economic leadership of the defeated Nazi Germany. The Judges
Major General Iona Nikitchenko (Soviet Union)
Colonel Sir Geoffrey Lawrence (Great Britain)
Francis Biddle (United States)
Henri Donnedieu de Vabres (France)

The Prosecutors
Lieutenant-General Roman Andreyevich Rudenko (Soviet Union)
Sir Hartley Shawcross (Great Britain)
Robert H. Jackson (United States)
François de Menthon (France)

Can Justice Be Done? For? The prosecuted were charged for committing the crimes against humanity towards the Jews and other ethnic groups that were not classified as part of the Aryan Race. The
Nuremberg
Trials
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