What is the trial name for the criminals in the Holocaust?
They were the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials. ____ There were some other similar trials, for example the 'Bergen-Belsen Tribunal'; there were trials in Poland, Belgium and France, and many other countries.
The Nuremberg Trials were 13 trials held in Nuremberg, Germany, after World War II. The first, held by an international tribunal (American, British, French, and Russian), was the "War Criminals" trial (to keep it simple, it was the trial of the "big names" in Nazism). It was followed by a series of 12 more trials held buy the United States: the Doctor's trial, the Milch trial, the Judge's trial (this is what the movie "Judgment…
Trial of the Major War Criminals , Dachau Trials , Auschwitz Trial , Belsen Trial , Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials , Mauthausen-Gusen camp trials , Ravensbrück Trial , Doctors' Trial , Milch Trial , Judges' Trial , Pohl Trial , Flick Trial , IG Farben Trial , Hostages Trial , RuSHA Trial , Einsatzgruppen Trial , Krupp Trial , Ministries Trial , High Command Trial .
What were two methods for deciding the guilt or innocence of accused criminals in the Early Middle Ages?
Two methods were: - trial by ordeal, in which the accused had to pass a dangerous test, like thrown into a well, and - trial by combat, in which he had to fight to prove his innocence. The two methods for deciding the guilt or innocence of accused criminals in the early middle ages were trial by combat or ordeal.