A failed precedent? Attempts at international justice in the wake of the first World War and their legacy

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September 11, 2018

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Ornella Rovetta, « A failed precedent? Attempts at international justice in the wake of the first World War and their legacy », Jusinbellgium, ID : 10670/1.asbnx6


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On 22 August 2018, Pieter Lagrou gave a keynote lecture at the Conference To End All Wars, in Ypres, Belgium. The Gendarmerie in Grammont. Between October and November 1917, the Geheime Feldpolizei arrested children in Grammont for alleged sabotage of the railways in September-October 1917. The trial of Max Ramdohr was held in Leipzig in June 1921.  Appraisals of the various attempts to bring the authors of war crimes to justice after 1918 are univocal: they all resulted in pitiful failure a...

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