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Documents - Denazification and War Crimes Trials under the Allies
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1.   The London Four-Power Agreement (August 8, 1945)
The United States, Great Britain, France, and the Soviet Union signed the London Four-Power Agreement on August 8, 1945. The Agreement stipulated that major war criminals were to be tried before....
2.   Control Council Directive No. 38 (October 12, 1946)
Control Council Directive No. 38 of October 1946 gave concrete form to the denazification called for in the Potsdam....
3.   The Editor-in-Chief of Die Zeit on the Nuremberg Trials (January 22, 1948) and the American Response (February 12, 1948)
Richard T√ľngel, the conservative editor-in-chief of the weekly newspaper Die Zeit, sharply criticized the proceedings of the International....
4.   Analysis of Denazification Categories in the Western Occupation Zones (1949-1950)
This statistical overview of denazification in the three Western occupation zones should be interpreted with great caution. It is difficult to draw comparisons among zones, since the completeness....
5.   The Present Status of Denazification (December 31, 1950)
At the end of 1950, U.S. High Commissioner for Germany John J. McCloy wrote a positive review of the denazification process in the American zone. He pointed out that the initial goal had been to....
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