For colleagues, Intl Humanitarian Law. Nuremberg Trial, closing arguments (movie) (see however jurisdictional issues traversed in the Decision: “victor’s court”)

““… Hitler could not make aggressive war by himself. He had to have the co-operation of statesmen, military leaders, diplomats, and business men. When they, with knowledge
of his aims, gave him their co-operation, they made themselves
parties to the plan he had initiated. They are not’to be deemed
innocent because Hitler made use of them, if they knew what they were doing. That they were assigned to their tasks by a dictator does not absolve them from responsibility for their acts. The relation of leader and follower does not preclude responsibility here any more than it does in the comparable tyranny of organized domestic crime…”

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