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THE GUILT Although the Allies finally managed to crush Hitler's attempt for world-rule, the aftermath of WWII was devastating. For the victims, the Allied victory marked the end of a nightmare and the beginning of a new life; for Hitler's armies and right-hand men, it was time for pay for their actions; for the rest of the world, it was time to return to normalcy and heal emotional and psychological wounds. The Nuremberg Trials was …

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…and, therefore, the men who followed them would have had nothing to follow. Although the German soldiers were the ones who did the actual killing, it would be unjust to punish them as a whole. To put all of Germany on trial was wrong. To put the men who instigated the fight was the correct and just thing to do. However, this is not the case when discussing World War II issues outside the Holocaust.