The Nazi leaders were convicted at Nuremberg trials for war crimes.
They were called the Nuremberg trials. http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/nuremberg/nuremberg.htm
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There were several trials, but it sounds as if you are looking for the Nuremberg Trials. Please see the related question.
Nuremberg, Germany. That is why they are called "Nuremberg " trials.
The Nuremberg Trials were held between November 1945 and October 1946.
The Nuremberg trials were military tribunals conducted by the Allied Forces after the end of WW2. These trials were held for prominent members of Nazi Germany who were accused of war crimes.
The Nuremberg trials were held in Nuremberg, Bavaria, in Germany.
Nuremberg is in Germany
The trials were held in the city of Nuremberg, Germany, from 1945 to 1946, at the Palace of Justice.
one was a set of trials, the other was a set of laws
The Nuremberg Trials put officers from the German High Command responsible for war crimes to justice. Among the war crimes that they were convicted of were atrocities committed in the concentration camps.
The Nuremberg trials were significant because Nuremberg was the city in Germany where the Nuremberg Laws were created, which deprived Jews of German citizenship. The trials were held in Nuremberg because it was almost like a punishment for the Nazis.
The Nuremberg Trials were the judicial trials which tried the German Nazi War criminals (around 900 of them).
The Nuremberg Trials of 1945-1946 were the war-crimes trials of leaders of Nazi Germany. They were charged with crimes against peace and crimes against humanity, most notably those connected with the genocide of the Holocaust. Twelve defendants were convicted and sentenced to death, of which 10 were hanged, and others sentenced to prison terms.
In Nuremberg, Germany (Bavaria) and were in 1945-46.
The Nuremberg War Trials were held from 20th November 1945 through 1st October 1946 .
The Nuremberg Trials.
Those were the Nuremberg Trials.