A Half Century of Silence: The Politics of Law
After Auschwitz, the world said "Never again." Yet 50 years after the end of World War II, the world is again witnessing genocide--concentration camps in Bosnia and the slaughter of millions in Rwanda. This book examines the significance of the Nuremberg trials and the undeniable political and legal influence they exert over the war crimes proceedings taking place today--the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal. Featuring transcripts from the original testimony, this work accompanies Court TV's 12-hour documentary on the 50th anniversary of the Nuremberg trials. Photos. Online promo.
War Crimes. The Legacy of Nuremberg
Human Rights Law | International Humanitarian Law | Law | Military, War, and Peace
Orentlicher, Diane, "A Half Century of Silence: The Politics of Law" (1999). Contributions to Books. 229.