2 edition of Report of the Deputy Judge Advocate for war crimes, European Command, June 1944 to July 1948. found in the catalog.
Report of the Deputy Judge Advocate for war crimes, European Command, June 1944 to July 1948.
United States. Army. Office of the Judge Advocate General.
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Army. European Command.|
|LC Classifications||JX6731.W3 U63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 249 p.|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||52060265|
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This report was submitted by Lieutenant Colonel Clio Edwin Straight, Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes, European Command, to Colonel James L. Harbaugh, Jr., Judge Advocate, European Command.
It covers pre-trial and trial phases of the war crimes program that dealt with so-called conventional war crimes cases, which were conducted by the United States Military Forces in Europe. Get this from a library. Report of the Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes, European Command: June to July [United States.
Army. European Command. Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes.; United States. Army. European Command. Judge Advocate.]. Get this from a library. Report of the Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes, European Command: June to July [United States. Army. European Command. Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes.; United States.
Army. European Command. Judge Advocate.] -- Summary available on the Military Legal Resources website. This report was submitted by Lieutenant Colonel Clio Edwin Straight, Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes, European Command, to Colonel James L.
Harbaugh, Jr., Judge Advocate, European Command. It covers pre-trial and trial phases of the war crimes program that dealt with so-called conventional war crimes cases, which were conducted by the United States Military Forces in Europe.
Report of the Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes, European Command June to July Summary available on the Military Legal Resources website. Contributor: United States. Army. European Command. Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes Date: In Junea separate War Crimes Group, South East Europe was formed under the direct control of the Military Deputy, Judge Advocate General in London.
This group operated until March when the balance of its outstanding work was handed over to the War Crimes Group, North-West Europe. War Office: Judge Advocate General's Office, Military Deputy's Department: War Crimes, Europe, Card Indexes of Perpetrators, Witnesses and Accused, Second World War Description: This series comprises card indexes relating to war crimes committed in Europe during the Second World War.
Source: Earl W. Bachelor, Headquarters Third US Army and Eastern Military District Office of the Commanding General, Two-page Report of War Crime to Deputy Theater Judge Advocate, War Crimes Branch US Army APOUSHMMA, RGM, United States Army Commands, Concentration Camp Cases Not Tried, National Archives and Records.
(Record Group ) (bulk ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY RECORDS OF THE IMMEDIATE OFFICE OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL Correspondence and related records Orders and related records Court-martial case files and related records Records of the.
The Judge Advocate office also maximizes coordination with the legal staff of the EUCOM component commands and with the legal staffs of the Office of Secretary of Defense, Joint Chiefs of Staff, NATO/Shape, and the military departments.
The International Law. This series contains the records of the War Crimes Section of the Judge Advocate General's Branch of Headquarters 21st Army Group, set up in to investigate alleged war crimes in North West Europe.
Following its creation, the War Crimes Group (North West Europe), British Army of the Rhine (BAOR) assumed responsibility for unfinished cases. Deputy Judge Advocate's Office War Crimes Group European Command APO United States v.
Kurt Andrae et al. Case No. Review and Recommendations of the Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes, April (online PDF-file; MB in English. Retrieved ). Löffelsender, Michael (). for developing the evidence in war crimes cases and for pros-ecuting the crimes was assigned to the Army's Deputy Judge Advocate General for War Crimes, and a special War Crimes Group was set up under his direction.
U.S. Army military courts and commissions in Germany tried a total of 1, defendants in cases from to Nazi war criminals executed At Nuremberg, Germany, 10 high-ranking Nazi officials are executed by hanging for their crimes against humanity, crimes against peace, and war crimes during World War II.
These include: the record of trial in the military commission proceedings against the German U-boat saboteurs (better known as Ex Parte Quirin); records from the trials of major war criminals at Nuremberg; the Report of the Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes, European Command (June July ); the Malmedy Massacre Investigation Subcommittee Hearings; the record of trial in the.
The War Department and the Army Records Records of the Office of the Judge Advocate General (RG ) War Crimes Branch The War Crimes Branch, established in Octoberhad staff responsibility for the War Department's share in United States participation in the United Nations War Crimes Commission.
Though the agency began as an Army activity, it became an Army and Navy enterprise. The Malmedy massacre was a war crime committed by members of Kampfgruppe Peiper (part of the SS Division Leibstandarte), a German Waffen-SS unit led by Joachim Peiper, at Baugnez crossroads near Malmedy, Belgium, on Decemduring the Battle of the -four American prisoners of war were massacred by their German captors.
The prisoners were assembled in a field and shot Attack type: Mass murder by firing squad. 49 PRO, FO /, draft report of lord chancellor on war crimes trials, and comments on draft report by Dean et al., 5 June 50 See, e.g., PRO, WO /, quarterly reports of legal section WCG (NWE), July to SeptemberOctober to December Cited by: This report was submitted by Lieutenant Colonel Clio Edwin Straight, Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes, European Command, to Colonel James L.
Harbaugh, Jr., Judge Advocate, European Command. It covers pre-trial and trial phases of the war crimes program that dealt with so-called conventional war crimes cases, which were conducted by the.
HIGH COMMAND TRIAL The United States of America vs. Wilhelm von Leeb et al. US Military Tribunal Nuremberg, Judgment of 27 October Page numbers in braces refer to US Military Tribunal Nuremberg, judgment of 27 Octoberin Trials of War Criminals Before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals, Vol.
IXFile Size: 1MB. The Malmedy massacre trial (U.S. vs. Valentin Bersin, et al.) was held in May–July in the former Dachau concentration camp to try the German Waffen-SS soldiers accused of the Malmedy massacre of Decem The highest-ranking defendant was the former Waffen-SS general Sepp Dietrich.
Ground-breaking investigations and prosecutions are underway in some European countries against people accused of torture, beatings, and kidnappings in .WAR CRIMES TRIALS IN EUROPE On the five rolls of this microfilm publication are repro-duced the reviews and recommendations pertaining to the war crimes cases tried by U.S.
Army courts and commissions between April and July The records filmed are part of Record GroupRecords of U.S. Army Commands, ^. Background.