The Crimes of War

  • Jian ZhouEmail author


As early as in 1474, 28 judges of the Holy Roman Empire tried Peter von Hagenbach for allowing his men to conduct raping, killing and looting against innocent civilians in military occupied zones.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The Political Academy, The National Defence University, The PLAShanghaiChina

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