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THE GUILT Although the Allies finally managed to crush Hitlers attempt for world-rule the aftermath of WWII was devastating For the victims the Allied victory marked the end of a nightmare and the beginning of a new life for Hitlers armies and right-hand men it was time for pay for their actions for the rest of the world it was time to return to normalcy and heal emotional and psychological wounds The Nuremberg Trials was an explosive and emotional case for all involved The trials were produced in order to try and punish persons who had committed crimes against peace war crimes and crimes against humanity which were previously defined in a charter The charter also provided that at the trial of any individual member of any group or organization the tribunal may declare in connection with any act of which the individual may be convicted that the group or organization of which the individual was a member was a criminal organization The various indictments that were made charged the defendants with crimes against peace by the planning preparation initiation and waging of wars of aggression which were also wars in violation of international treaties agreements and assurances with war crimes and with crimes against humanity The defendants are also charged with participating in the formulation or execution of a common plan or conspiracy to commit all these crimes These crimes that were so heinously committed were not committed by Germany as a whole This however does not mean that they are not responsible Throughout the war there was a theme of Obey or be killed Even if an average citizen did not agree with what his country officials were doing it was out of hisher power anyway The people had no
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