UNWCC

AcronymDefinition
UNWCCUnited Nations War Crimes Commission
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7, 1945, 4 UNWCC, Law Reports of Trials of War Criminals 1, 35, aff'd In re Yamashita, 327 U.
See UNWCC, supra note 122, at 35; see also infra notes 128-129 and accompanying text.
129; UNWCC, supra note 122, at 35-36 ("The warning thus given to the Turkish Government on that occasion by the Triple Entente dealt precisely with one of the types of acts which the modern term 'crimes against humanity' is intended to cover, namely, inhumane acts committed by a government against its own subjects.
UNWCC, supra note 122, at 44 ("[T]he Peace Treaties of that period sanctioned the principle that any persons, civilians or members of the Armed Forces, accused of violations of the laws of war, could be tried and punished for such violations by the courts of the adversary.
Bassiouni, From Versailles to Rwanda, supra note 68, at 19; UNWCC, supra note 122, at 44; see M.
UNWCC, supra note 122, at 46 (896 persons); WILLIS, supra note 21, at 113 (854 persons); Bierzanek, supra note 103, at 92 (901 persons).
Bierzanek, supra note 103, at 93; UNWCC, supra note 122, at 46.
UNWCC, supra note 122, at 47; WILLIS, supra note 21, at 134-35.
UNWCC, supra note 122, at 50; WILLIS, supra note 21, at 135, 136.