The German State Failing to Properly Prosecute German Nazi War Crimes Post World War II and the Prosecution of Ukrainian Soldier John Demjanjuk and German Schutzstaffel Unterscharführer (Protection Squad Junior Squad Leader) Oskar Gröning and the Precedent These Cases Set

Post World War II, most dependents upon trial during the Nuremberg Trial for war crimes, were convicted, with only a few acquittals. Most were either executed by hanging or sentenced to extended periods of imprisonment. The new German government who took power after World War II, lobbied strenuously to overturn these convictions so that the majority of those convicted would be released. The German government was successful in their efforts as most of the Nazi party members who were convicted aft...

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