Judgment At Nuremberg Film Analysis

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The Nuremberg Trials began three years later after the most relevant Nazi authorities were convicted of war crimes for four judges, who took legal decisions that previewed sterilization policies and ethnic cleansing in Hitler 's Germany. Judgement at Nuremberg, based on the real Case Katzenberger, is a demonstration of the efforts of a judge at the tribunal to determine how the defendants, and even also the German themselves, could have been involved in the Holocaust’s atrocities. Judgment at Nuremberg is a representation of the first trial, that is mainly based on justice principles and international law, of the country leaders that pursued threatening battles and were involved in crimes against humanity. This film is an overview of real events that highlights the conflict between morality enclosing both the behaviour of the defendants and the process of providing them with justice (Teach With Movies, 2015). These processes offered the opportunity of enhancing the debate between positivism and natural law, highlighting that the position taken would have significant consequences …show more content…

However, formalists support the idea that, instead, judge’s role is to apply laws without having their moral values behind them. This idea is found in the film where the issue of laws and morals is covered.

Judgement at Nuremberg aims to question the moral principles he moral principles and values in which those under the III Reich sustained. A variety of practices, including eugenics, the sterilization of the unfit and the protection of the race, all originated from a certain and specific conception of the world and inspired by principles an deep convictions, are questioned from a modern jewish conception of truth in the film (Shatner 's Toupee,

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