What are war crimes?

Some articles on war crimes, war:

Siegfried Kasche - War Crimes
... During World War II, many Serbs were deported from Croatia—some to Serbia and others to Germany ... After the war, Kasche was returned to Yugoslavia by the Allies ...
Court Of Bosnia And Herzegovina - Notable Judgements of The Court of BiH - Nikola Andrun
... The Appellate Panel of Section I for War Crimes of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina revoked the first-instance Verdict by which the Accused Andrun was found guilty of the criminal offense of War Crimes ...
Mortuary Affairs - Responsibilities
... Affairs has historically been tied with investigation of War crimes ... Following World War II, Graves Registration Personnel were instructed to forward all pathological evidence indicating war crimes to the War Crimes Commission ...
M.I.A. (artist) - Social Causes - Activism
... dictated her role as a refugee advocate and voice lender to civilians in war during her career ... to discuss and highlight the human rights abuses and war crimes that Sri Lanka is accused of perpetrating against Tamils, citing news articles, human rights group ... has spoken of discussions with witnesses during and after the war as reinforcing the need for international intervention to protect and provide justice ...
Marion Mushkat - Biography
... During World War II, Muszkat at first stayed in Vilnius, there worked in Prawda Wileńska magazine, and lectured at the Vilnius University ... In SCM Muszkat was a vice-chairman and chief War Crimes Commission ... After war he began work in Polish Ministry of Justice as chief Polish Military Mission to Investigation German War Crimes ...

Famous quotes containing the words crimes and/or war:

    ‘Tis no sin love’s fruit to steal;
    But the sweet theft to reveal,
    To be taken, to be seen,
    These have crimes accounted been.
    Ben Jonson (1572–1637)

    Serious sport has nothing to do with fair play. It is bound up with hatred, jealousy, boastfulness, disregard of all rules and sadistic pleasure in witnessing violence: in other words it is war minus the shooting.

    George Orwell (1903–1950)