War crime trials, Conspiracy, War, Judicial proceedings, Propaganda
This document brings up points of law that were not addressed by the International Military Tribunals that could have bearing on the I.G. Farben case. The first dealt with the issue of conspiracy to wage aggressive war. The second deals with the nature of the war between Germany and France and the United Kingdom. The third deals with the question as to whether propaganda activities could be considered to be an act of aggression.
Paul M. Hebert,
Nuremberg Trials Documents
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.lsu.edu/nuremberg_docs/18