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Should the world continue to prosecute Nazi war criminals: Are prosecutions important for deterring future war crimes?

  • Yes, it sends the right message.

    Yes, the world should continue to prosecute Nazi war criminals, both as a deterrent for future war crimes, and as a way for the world to achieve closure for the atrocities of World War Two. Anyone thinking about committing a war crime needs to know that they will be a hunted person for the entire rest of their life.

  • Yes, it sends the right message.

    Yes, the world should continue to prosecute Nazi war criminals, because it sends the right message, that war criminals will be tracked forever. There should not be a statute of limitations on inflicting suffering on countless people through acts of war. They deserve justice and punishment, no matter how old they are.

  • The soldiers had to.

    If the soldiers did not obey Hitler they would be put in camps and classified under "work shy" so the former Nazi soldiers should not be punished because they had no choice other than to obey Hitler. I do understand that they killed people but they had no other choices.

  • The soldiers had to.

    If the soldiers did not obey Hitler they would be put in camps and classified under "work shy" so the former Nazi soldiers should not be punished because they had no choice other than to obey Hitler. I do understand that they killed people but they had no other choices.


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