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U.N.O. and War Crimes
U.N.O. and War Crimes
By Viscount Maugham
Murray, 1951, 143 pp

The former Lord Chancellor undertakes to establish the principle that after any future war the only persons who can justly be tried and convicted are those proven guilty of violating "the laws and usages of war." He objects to the concept of "crimes against peace" and "crimes against humanity."