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Crime against Humanity

In section 6 of the charter of the Nurrenberg International Court, three kinds of offences which may be committed by governments or their subjects have been specified as follows: a. War crimes. b. Crimes against peace. c. Crimes against humanity The present booklet is a documented report of the most serious crime against humanity never […]

  • Society for Medical Care
  • Society for Medical Care of Chemical War Victims
  • 1987
Crime against Humanity
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Crime against Humanity
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    In section 6 of the charter of the Nurrenberg International Court, three kinds of offences which may be committed by governments or their subjects have been specified as follows: a. War crimes. b. Crimes against peace. c. Crimes against humanity The present booklet is a documented report of the most serious crime against humanity never committed. In the hope that in the not too distant future we shall witness the trial of its perpetrators in an international court.

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    • Society for Medical Care
    • Society for Medical Care of Chemical War Victims
    • 1987
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