Katyn massacre
The Katyn massacre (Polish: zbrodnia katyńska, mord katyński, "Katyń crime"; Russian: Катынский расстрел Katynskij ra'sstrel, "Katyn shooting") was a series of mass executions of Polish nation...
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Jerzy Wołkowicki
Jerzy Rusiło-Wołkowicki (1883–1983) was a General of the Polish Army and officer of the Imperial Russian Navy, awarded one of the highest Russian military orders.
Wołkowicki was born on 22 J...
Nuremberg Trials
11°02.9103′E / 49.4543383°N 11.0485050°E / 49.4543383; 11.0485050The Nuremberg trials were a series of military tribunals, held by the Allied forces after World War II, most n...
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Cross in front of Presidential Palace in Warsaw
The cross in front of the Presidential Palace in Poland (also known as the Smolensk Cross, Polish: krzyż smoleński) is a wooden cross which was erected as a memorial to the 96 casualties of the 20...
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The Sword and the Gavel
The Sword and the Gavel is the autobiography of Judge William J. Wilkins, the last of the Nuremberg Trials judges, published in 1981. Wilkins also presided over the Betty MacDonald libel trial brough...
Nuremberg executions
The Nuremberg executions took place on October 16, 1946, shortly after the conclusion of the Nuremberg Trials. Ten prominent members of the political and military leadership of Nazi Germany were exec...
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Douglas Kelley
Lt. Colonel Douglas McGlashan Kelley (11 August 1912 – January 1, 1958) was a United States Army Military Intelligence Corps officer who served as chief psychiatrist at Nuremberg Prison during t...
Baruch Steinberg
Baruch or Boruch Steinberg (1897–1940) was a Polish rabbi and military officer. He was Chief Rabbi of the Polish Army during German invasion of Poland in 1939 and was murdered in the Katyn massacre b...
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Camp Ashcan
Central Continental Prisoner of War Enclosure No. 32, code-named Ashcan, was an Allied prisoner-of-war camp in the Palace Hotel of Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg during World War II. Operating from May...
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Mieczysław Smorawiński
Brigadier General Mieczysław Makary Smorawiński (1893 – 1940), was a Polish military commander and officer of the Polish Army. He was one of the Polish generals identified by forensic scientists of th...
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Cross in front of the Presidential Palace in Warsaw
The cross in front of the Presidential Palace in Poland (also known as the Smolensk Cross, Polish: krzyż smoleński) is a wooden cross which was erected as a memorial to the 96 casualties of the 20...
Cross in front of the Presidential Palace in Warsaw - Wikipedia
Nuremberg Trials (film)
The Nuremberg Trials was a Soviet-made documentary film about the trials of the Nazi leadership. It was produced by Roman Karmen, and was an English-language version of the Russian language film Суд...
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Polish prisoners-of-war in the Soviet Union after 1939
As a result of the Soviet invasion of Poland in 1939, hundreds of thousands of Polish soldiers became prisoners of war in the Soviet Union. Many of them were executed; over 20,000 Polish military pers...
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Saleh v. Bush
Saleh v. Bush was a 2013 class action lawsuit filed against members of the George W. Bush administration for their alleged involvement in premeditating and carrying out the Iraq War. The suit is being...
Henryk Minkiewicz
Henryk Minkiewicz (19 January, 1880 – 9 April, 1940) was a Polish socialist politician and a General of the Polish Army. Former commander of the Border Defence Corps, he was among the Polish officers ...
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Nuremberg principles
The Nuremberg principles were a set of guidelines for determining what constitutes a war crime. The document was created by the International Law Commission of the United Nations to codify the legal p...