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 The Nuremberg War Crimes Trial

And Its Policy Consequences Today

The Graduate Program in Policy History of Bowling Green State University,

The University of Toledo College of Law,

The Social Philosophy and Policy Center of Bowling Green State University,  

The Ohio Humanities Council,


The Robert H. Jackson Center

Present an interdisciplinary conference with the aim of facilitating the study of historical, political, legal and military implications of the Nuremberg War Crimes Trial across the past six decades.

October 6-7, 2006

Nuremberg: Precedent? Ethical Standard? Or Historical Artifact?

All photographic images contained on this site courtesy of the Robert H. Jackson Center from the collection of Ray D'Addario.

Website design by Luke Nichter, PhD candidate, Graduate Program in Policy History, Bowling Green State University

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