Nuremberg principles

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Nuremberg is brings over of the international judgment that was given does more than five decades, narrates the most important episodes of the conflict of this epoch, we bring together the historicalpart, which is a review of the happened during the Second World war, there are detailed chronologically the facts that happened with the invasions of the Germans with his neighboring countries.Also we indicate the abuses committed by the Nazi against the Jewish community, where they were the most affected population, where there are detailed the persons' statements that were in the place ofthe facts.
On November 20, 1945 the Process of Nuremberg begins, there were journalists of several countries.
The first day of the process was dedicated almost entirely to the reading of the Recordof Accusation, which was already known so much by the defendants, accusers; it divides defender and the district attorneys.
Then the following day, the accusers did the corresponding discharges,which some they were declaring themselves culprits whereas the majority they were declaring themselves "innocent".
Later, in full judgment, the Judge Jackson faced first Goering for the fire of theReichstag (Parliament of the German Empire in Berlin), this building was inflamed by the Nazi, but the communists were accused and later executed, of this form, Hitler did not have political adversariesin the choices that they were coming, and as well as it obtained the power in Germany.
The Nuremberg Principles were a set of guidelines for determining what constitutes a war crime. The document wascreated by the International Law Commission of the United Nations to codify the legal principles underlying the Nuremberg Trials of Nazi party members following World War II.
The PrinciplesPrinciple I: "Any person who commits an act which constitutes a crime under international law is responsible there for and liable to punishment."
Principle II:"The fact that internal law does not impose a...
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