Teenagers and family picnic ground as human shields @amnestynz silent on Hamas war crimes

Hamas Paid Gazan Family to Blame Infant’s Death in riots on the IDF. Why did parents take baby to a riot?

Hamas Encourages Rioters on Israel-Gaza Fence to Kidnap Israelis @amnesty

Hamas: By the Numbers

Justice Robert H. Jackson’s Closing Argument at Nuremberg (July 26, 1946)

The Armenian Genocide (1915)

The Nuremberg trials began today

Colonel Bird, Commandant of Belsen Camp, gave the order for the last hut at Belsen Concentration Camp to be burned this day 1945

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via World War II: After the War – The Atlantic.

What victory at Gallipoli could have stopped

On May 24, 1915, the Allied Powers jointly issued a statement explicitly charging for the first time ever another government of committing `a crime against humanity’.

The Allied Governments announce publicly that they will hold personally responsible all members of the Ottoman Government, as well as those of their agents who are implicated in the Armenian massacres.

Article 230 of the 1920 Treaty of Sèvres required the defeated Ottoman Empire to

…hand over to the Allied Powers the persons whose surrender may be required by the latter as being responsible for the massacres committed during the continuance of the state of war on territory which formed part of the Ottoman Empire on August 1, 1914.

Ottoman military and high-ranking politicians were transferred to the Crown Colony of Malta on board of the SS Princess Ena and the SS HMS Benbow by the British forces, starting in 1919. These war criminals were eventually returned to Constantinople in 1921 in exchange for 22 British hostages held by the government in Ankara.

But for victory at Gallipoli, the Anzacs would have been the first Sergeant at Arms of a war crimes trial. By marching into Constantinople, the Anzacs may have been able to prevent the purging of the Ottoman archives of evidence of complicity of specific individuals.

via 40 maps that explain World War I | vox.com and 1915 – Allies Condemn Turkish Genocide of Armenians – Joint declaration Condemning Turkish Genocide of Armenians as Crimes Against Humanity.

Warsaw Jewish Ghetto uprising, today 1943

Sinclair Davidson today not only reminded of the Warsaw Jewish ghetto uprising this day 1943, but also that the little boy in the famous photo below lived a long life. The ghetto fighters held out for more than a month. The uprising was three days before the planned liquidation of the ghetto.

The German soldier pointing the gun at him is executed for war crimes in 1969.

Source: The ‘Warsaw Ghetto Boy’.

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