Judicial proceedings, War crime trials
In this document Paul M. Hebert puts forth the idea that acts that might be innocent in isolation and may be part of the normal jobs of the defendants, will when taken as a whole make the defendants guilt of the charges against them. The second section of the document points out that Hitler would have been unable to carry out his plans for domination with out the cooperation of the industrial concerns of Germany. The Farben combine had the technical knowledge to make these plans successful and provided that knowledge to the German military.
Paul M. Hebert,
Approach the evidence,
Nuremberg Trials Documents
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.lsu.edu/nuremberg_docs/19