The role and rights of victims at the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal

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Conference publication

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Garkawe, SB 2006, 'The role and rights of victims at the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal', in HR Reginbogen, CJM Safferling & WR Hippel (eds), The Nuremburg Trials: international criminal law since 1945: 60th anniversary international conference, Nuremberg, Germany, 17 July 2005, KG Saur Verlag, München, Germany, pp. 86-94. ISBN: 9783598117565


Contents: The American perspective on Nuremberg: a case of cascading ironies / Raymond M Brown-- The International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg: British perspectives / David Cesarani-- The French perspective / Hervé Ascensio-- The role of the Soviet Union in the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg / Michael J Bazyler-- Das internationale militärtribunal von Nürnberg aus deutscher perspektive / Albin Eser-- A Jewish lobby at Nuremberg: Jacob Robinson and the Institute of Jewish Affairs, 1945-46 / Michael R Marrus-- Genocide on trial: law and collective memory / Donald Bloxham-- The role and rights of victims at the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal / Sam Garkawe-- History and memory in the courtroom: reflections on perpetrator trials / Lawrence Douglas-- Tyranny on trial - trial of major German war criminals at Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946 / Whitney R Harris-- Confronting crimes against humanity, from Leipzig to the Nuremberg trials / Herbert R Reginbogin-- Rückblick: NSDAP, reichsparteitage, rassengesetze / Klaus Kastner-- One good man: the Jacksonian shape of Nuremberg / John Q Barrett-- The Nuremberg trials and American jurisprudence: the decline of legal realism and the revival of natural law / Rodger D Citron-- The Einsatzgruppen trial / Benjamin Ferencz-- The doctors' trial at Nuremberg / Louise Harmon-- The jurists' trial and lessons for the rule of law / Harry Reicher-- The role of German industry: from individual criminal responsibility of some to a broadly shared responsibility for compensatory payments / Roland Bank-- Military justice: war crime trials in the American Zone of Occupation in Germany / Lisa Yavnai-- Zwischen recht und politik: die ahndung von NS-taten in beiden deutschen staaten nach 1945 / Hinrich Rüping-- The normalization of Nazi crime in postwar West German trials / Rebecca Wittmann-- Genocide (Holocaust) trials in Israel / Gabriel Bach-- A summary of the history of Nazi war crime trials in Australia / Greg James-- Germany and international criminal law: continuity or change / Claus Kress-- The International Criminal Court: key features and current challenges / Hans-Peter Kaul-- The legacy of Nuremberg / Anne Bayefsky-- Nuremberg, justice and the beast of impunity / Wanda M Akin-- Das juristische erbe von Nürnberg - das statute Nürnberger internationalen militärtribunals und der internationale strafgerichtshof / Andreas Zimmermann-- Enforcement of Nuremberg norms: the role for mechanisms other than the ICC / Dan Derby-- War reparations, the Holocaust, and the ICC / Roger P Alford-- Das attentat auf Hitler: 20 Juli. 1944 und die geschichte des deutschen widerstands / Winfried Heinemann-- Totalitarismus im 3. Reich und in der DDR - eine vergleichende analyse / Joachim Gauck-- Liberating perspectives / Robert Wolfson.