National Archives to Host Dr. Mark Hull for a Lecture -Justice After Nuremberg-
Press Release: October 22, 2015
National Archives at Kansas City
National Archives to Host Dr. Mark Hull for a Lecture Justice After Nuremberg
For More Information Contact:
Kimberlee Ried, 816-268-8072
Kansas City (MO)…On Tuesday, November 10 at 6:30 p.m., the National Archives at Kansas City will host Dr. Mark Hull for a lecture titled Justice After Nuremberg. A free light reception will precede the lecture at 6:00 p.m.
Dr. Hull focuses on the subsequent Nuremberg Military Tribunals the twelve cases following the International Military Tribunal: proceedings against defendants with a common criminal thread high commanders, judges, industrialists, doctors, and others. His talk highlights the Einsatzgruppen case (1947) which was then and remains still the largest murder trial in history, with twenty-four defendants and over a million victims. The importance of the trial extends beyond conviction and punishment, and it is as relevant today as it was seventy years ago, perhaps even more so.
Program presented in partnership with the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, UMKC Truman Center, Truman Presidential Library, and the Midwest Center for Holocaust Education.
Reservations are requested for this free program by calling 816-268-8010 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests for ADA accommodations must be submitted five business days prior to events.
About the Speaker
Dr. Mark Hull is an associate professor at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, KS, where he teaches the advanced trial course, war crimes law and history. He earned his undergraduate degree from The Citadel, doctorate from University College Cork in Ireland, and Juris Doctorate from the Cumberland School of Law. Prior to teaching at CGSC, Dr. Hull worked as a criminal prosecutor and served as a brigade intelligence advisor with a U.S. Army military transition team from 2006-07 in Iraq. His books include Irish Secrets: German Espionage in Wartime Ireland and he has written numerous articles and reviews on various topics ranging from prosecuting war crimes to military intelligence. He is an elected Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
The National Archives at Kansas City is home to historical records dating from the 1820s to the 1990s created or received by Federal agencies in Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota. For more information, call 816-268-8000 or visit us online.
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