Wiener Library Opens UNWCC Archives
Recently, the Wiener Library in London has opened the United Nations War Crimes Commissions Archives to the public. The opening has attracted publicity well beyond the academic community (as for example in this article published in the guardian where the now accessible documents have been considered to “rewrite chapters of history”. The documents prove the impact of “smaller” nations on the definitions of post-war justice, thus displaying how collaboration within the London Moment worked: governments-in-exile and exiled experts of international law were highly influential in laying the ground for the work of UNWCC.
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Julia Eichenberg (2017, May 4). Wiener Library Opens UNWCC Archives. The London Moment. Retrieved February 25, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/onks