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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Who International Military Tribunal where What how why When who did it affect double click to change this title text! how did it affect them The International Military Tribunal was a court convened jointly by the victorious Allied governments. Here the Soviet, British, American, and French flags hang behind the judges' bench Therefore the IMT also indicted several Nazi organizations deemed to be criminal, namely: the Reich Cabinet, the Leadership Corps of the Nazi Party, the Elite Guard (SS), the Security Service (SD), the Secret State Police (Gestapo), the Stormtroopers (SA), and the General Staff and High Command of the German Armed Forces." On 7 October 1942 it was announced that a United Nations War Crimes Commission would be set up for the investigation of war crimes. It was not, however, until 20 October 1943, that the actual establishment of the Commission took place November 20, 1945, only six and a half months after Germany surrendered. :The four major Allied powersFrance, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and the United Statesset up the International Military Tribunal (IMT) in Nuremberg, Germany, to prosecute and punish the major war criminals of the European Axis. In 1942, a U-boat landed eight German soldiers on Long Island, New York, under the cover of darkness. Dressed as civilians, their mission was to sabotage U.S. defense factories. The accused at the International Military Tribunal were charged with three criminal counts. These counts ranged from conspiracy to crimes against humanity. Twelve trials, involving more than a hundred defendants and several different courts, took place in Nuremberg twelve of the defendants were indeed condemned to death on the basis of two or more of the charges, three were set free, and the remainder was sentenced to prison terms of varying duration 1). 2). 3). 4). 5). 6). 9). 7). 8). why did it affect them
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