London Agreement Nuremberg

(a) crimes against peace: the planning, preparation, initiation or conduct of a war of aggression or a war contrary to international treaties, agreements or assurances, or participation in a common plan or conspiracy to carry out any of the preceding points; “Of course, it would be extravagant to assert that agreements or trials of this kind can make a war of aggression or persecution of minorities impossible, just as it would be extravagant to assert that our federal laws make federal crimes impossible. But we cannot doubt that they strengthen the ramparts of peace and tolerance. The four nations, through their prosecutors and court representatives, have issued standards of conduct that give hope to men of good will and from which future statesmen will not deviate lightly. . . .