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Transcript of proceedings of program of International and Comparative Law Section of the American Bar Association on the subject of Nuremberg revisited: the judgment of Nuremberg in today's world. Edited by Henry T. King, Jr
Bib ID 172796
Format BookBook
Author
American Bar Association. Section of International and Comparative Law
 
Description [Chicago? 1970?] 
41 p. 26 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Half-title: Nuremberg revisited: the judgment of Nuremberg in today's world.

Conference held Aug. 12, 1970 in St. Louis, Mo.

Subjects War crimes.
Other authors/contributors King, Henry T., 1919-, ed
Also Titled

Nuremberg revisited: the judgment of Nuremberg in today's world

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