Allied Control Council Law Number 10 Of 10 December 1945


Allied Control Council Law Number 10 Of 10 December 1945
   This law was the basis for the punishment of persons guilty of war and crimes, against the peace, and against humanity. United States military tribunals presided over 12 subsequent trials of high-ranking members of the Nazi Party, government, military, business leaders, physicians, lawyers, and Einsatzgruppen leaders.
   See also Criminal organizations.

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