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Evidence of a War Crime: Jackson, Nuremberg & Holocaust Denial

"We must establish incredible events by credible evidence." - Justice Robert H. Jackson, Chief American Prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trial.

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Korematsu v. United States & Robert H. Jackson’s Dissenting Opinion

Students Learn About the Power of One Person Who Took A Stand

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From Nuremberg to the Hague

International Justice for Students. Five steps for a Zero-Prep, Common Core-Friendly, 40-Minute, Interactive Class Activity

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Robert H. Jackson in the World Today

Robert H. Jackson believed his greatest accomplishment was his service as U.S. Chief Prosecutor in Nuremberg, Germany following World War II. It was there that Jackson served as Chief of Counsel for the United States in charge of prosecuting the highest-ranking Nazi leaders. His brilliance bringing Nazi war criminals to justice set the standards for modern international law, to which the world continues to look today.

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