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Question 1: ________, in her 1949 book "The High Cost of Vengeance"[1] charged the court with amongst other things double standards.
Joseph StalinFreda UtleyAdolf HitlerWorld War II

Question 2: Lieutenant-General Roman Andreyevich Rudenko (________)
East GermanyRussiaSoviet UnionJoseph Stalin

Question 3: The Nuremberg trials initiated a movement for the prompt establishment of a permanent international criminal court, eventually leading over fifty years later to the adoption of the Statute of the ________.
Special Court for Sierra LeoneUniversal jurisdictionCommand responsibilityInternational Criminal Court

Question 4: The death sentences were carried out 16 October 1946 by ________ using the standard drop method instead of long drop.
Capital punishmentCapital punishment in the United StatesCapital punishment in the United KingdomHanging

Question 5: [citation needed] The prisoners sentenced to incarceration were transferred to ________ in 1947.
Spandau PrisonRudolf HessKarl DönitzNuremberg Trials

Question 6: Associate Supreme Court Justice ________ charged that the Allies were guilty of "substituting power for principle" at Nuremberg.
Hugo BlackFelix FrankfurterWilliam O. DouglasEarl Warren

Question 7: The trials were held in the city of Nuremberg, ________, Germany, from 1945 to 1946, at the Palace of Justice.
MunichRegensburgAugsburgBavaria

Question 8: [citation needed] After a series of negotiations between the US, Britain, the Soviet Union and ________, details of the trial were worked out.
FranceUnited KingdomItalyCanada

Question 9: The Nuremberg Judgments, Chapter 6 from The High Cost of Vengeance, by ________, Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, (1948).
Adolf HitlerWorld War IIJoseph StalinFreda Utley

Question 10: Planning, initiating and waging ________ and other crimes against peace
War of aggressionNuremberg TrialsCrime against peaceLaws of war
















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