War crime trials, Rearmament, Judicial proceedings
In this document Paul M. Hebert describes what amount of knowledge of Hitler's plans to wage an aggressive war is necessary to find the defendants guilty of that charge. Hebert gives some hypothetical examples to show the degree of knowledge that would not be sufficient. Hebert ultimately endorses the standard of knowledge used by the International Military Tribunal as the defining standard to be used in the I. G. Farben case.
Paul M. Hebert,
Degrees of knowledge,
Nuremberg Trials Documents
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.lsu.edu/nuremberg_docs/17