Class War Criminals

Some articles on war, class, war criminals, criminals:

South America - History - Recent History
... The continent became a battlefield of the Cold War in the late 20th century ... Cold War doctrine of "National Security" against internal subversion ... Argentina and Britain fought the Falklands War in 1982 ...
January 15 - Events
1777 – American Revolutionary War New Connecticut (present day Vermont) declares its independence. 1815 – War of 1812 American frigate USS President, commanded by Commodore Stephen Decatur, is captured by a squadron of four British frigates. 1822 – Greek War of Independence Demetrios Ypsilantis is elected president of the legislative assembly ...
War Crimes In Asia Mainland - Definitions - International and Japanese Law
... For example, many of the crimes committed by Japanese personnel during World War II broke Japanese military law, and were subject to court martial, as required by that law ... such as a ban on the use of chemical weapons and protections for prisoners of war ... peace, a charge that was introduced at the Tokyo Trials to prosecute "Class A" war criminals ...
Asia - Modern Conflicts
... in the Asia territory related to the relationship with the outside world in the post-Second World War were The Korean War The Vietnam War The Indonesia ...
Controversies Surrounding Yasukuni Shrine - Emperor Shōwa's Visits
... confirms for the first time the enshrinement of Class A War Criminals such as Yosuke Matsuoka and Toshio Shiratori was the reason ... the decision made by Yasukuni Shrine to include Class A war criminals in the list of war dead honored there by saying, "At some point, Class-A criminals ... at the time, who decided not to enshrine the war criminals despite receiving in 1966, the list of war dead compiled by the government containing their names ...

Famous quotes containing the words criminals, class and/or war:

    How vainly shall we endeavor to repress crime by our barbarous punishment of the poorer class of criminals so long as children are reared in the brutalizing influences of poverty, so long as the bite of want drives men to crime.
    Henry George (1839–1897)

    We must not discriminate between things. Where things are concerned there are no class distinctions. We must pick out what is good for us where we can find it.
    Pablo Picasso (1881–1973)

    [John] Brough’s majority is “glorious to behold.” It is worth a big victory in the field. It is decisive as to the disposition of the people to prosecute the war to the end. My regiment and brigade were both unanimous for Brough [the Union party candidate for governor of Ohio].
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)