Establishment of Wartime Trials

The legal proceedings held to prosecute individuals accused of war crimes, crimes against humanity, or other offenses committed during wartime.

Ct. Combined Prisoner of War Management

The coordinated efforts by Allied forces to capture, detain, and manage prisoners of war from Axis countries, ensuring their humane treatment and proper accounting.

Bombing of Dresden

A series of devastating air raids by Allied forces on the German city of Dresden in February 1945. The attacks resulted in immense civilian casualties and widespread destruction, sparking controversy about the targeting of civilian populations during wartime.

Bataan Death March

A forced march of American and Filipino prisoners of war by the Japanese Imperial Army in the Philippines in 1942. Thousands of prisoners died due to exhaustion, disease, and mistreatment.

Axis War Crimes

The atrocities committed by the Axis Powers during World War II, including genocide, mass murder, torture, and other violations of international law.

Abwehr After World War II

The fate of the Abwehr after World War II, including the disbandment of the organization and the prosecution of its members for war crimes.