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International Military Law and History (Reprint)

by Igor I. Kavass

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Published by William S Hein & Co .
Written in English


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ISBN 100930342372
ISBN 109780930342371

department of the army pamphlet military law review vol. articles appellate consil)era4'l'ion of matters outside the record of trial captain edward s. adamkewicz, jr. military law is africa: an istroduction to selectel) siilitary codes. T wenty-four major political and military leaders of Nazi Germany, indicted for aggressive war, war crimes, and crimes against humanity, were brought to trial before the International Military Tribunal. More than additional defendants, representing many sectors of German society, were tried before the United States Nuremberg Military Tribunals in a series of 12 trials known .

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T he William Winthrop Memorial Library at the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Legal Center & School in Charlottesville, VA, holds extensive collections of primary source materials and publications in the field of military law. Selections from these collections are now being made accessible in full text PDF versions via the Library of Congress Federal Research Division . Military law, the body of law concerned with the maintenance of discipline in the armed forces. Every state requires a code of laws and regulations for the raising, maintenance, and administration of its armed forces, all of which may be considered the field of military law. The term, however, is.


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