Nuremberg Trial

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Nuremberg Trial
In Germany and other places there were wars going on. People were being held with no voice. Over one hundred million suffered crimes against humanity, genocide, held against their will . Not being able to speak out. If they did they were punished with a cruel crime or even a miserable death. It was a tough time for the innocent people who went through it. In November 1946 there were 216 court sessions on German Nazis who committed inhuman crimes, during the world war. It was a way to tell the world that there are something’s we shouldn’t do to each other as humans. The first trial was held in Nuremberg, Germany. It included twenty four the “Nazi Party “. It also included other defendants who did experiments on them. Such as doctors who did experiments on the people and stuff in that category. There were twelve separate trials including over a hundred defendants. Each trial had its own different purpose. (Doctors trials, Einsatzgruppen trial, etc.) In conclusion twelve defendants were sentenced to die and ten were hanged. Hermann Goering was probably the second most influential in the Nazi party, after Hitler. Goering later committed suicide in his jail cell before he could be hanged. Martin Bormann was tried in absentia (a Nazi officer). Martin was sentenced to death by hanging. Alfred Rosenberg became a member of the Nazi Party in 1919. He was Hitler's chief racial ideologist. At the beginning of his Nazi career he was the editor of a Nazi Newspaper, People's Observer. He wasn't that liked by some others in the Nazi party but he had Hitler's favor. Alfred Rosenberg was sentenced to death by hanging. It was learned known that Martin Bormann had committed suicide at an earlier time. Hjalmar Schacht in a list of defendants that was unclear. He only had charges were for him to contribute to the Nazi party. Hjalmar Schacht was acquitted. (Which means declared not guilty or discharged.) In conclusion On October 16, 1946 ten of the twelve men were...
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