1. The law of Damals, the Verbrecherstaat and postwar German justice Contribution
    Douglas, Lawrence (2022)
    In: Burghardt, Boris; Jeßberger, Florian; Vormbaum, Moritz (Eds.), Strafrecht und Systemunrecht. Festschrift für Gerhard Werle zum 70. Geburtstag, Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen, pp. 569-579
  2. Crimes committed by a state and culpability – can the perpetrators “at the bottom” of the organization be held culpable? Contribution
    Nestler, Cornelius (2020)
    In: Eisele, Jörg (Eds.), Past and future. Transitional justice versus traditional criminal justice? : Ways of dealing with past conflicts and past autocracies, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, (Beiträge zum Strafrecht - Contributions to Criminal Law, ), pp. 37-48
  3. Police law Contribution
    Pauer-Studer, Herlinde (2020)
    In: (Eds.), Justifying injustice. Legal theory in Nazi Germany, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 158-177
  4. The eradication of Nazi ideology and terminology from the current German Penal Code Journal Article
    Gordon, Roy H. (2016)
    In: Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, 17(1), pp. 182-196
  5. Secularization, anti-minority sentiment, and cultural norms in the German circumcision controversy Journal Article
    Munzer, Stephen (2015)
    In: University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, 37(2), pp. 503-582
  6. Police science in Germany: its process of coming of age or a case of a split or good weather version? Contribution
    Sack, Fritz (2011)
    In: Spapens, A. (Eds.), Universalis. Liber amicorum Cyrille Fijnaut, Intersentia, Antwerpen, pp. 587-599
  7. Does age prevent punishment? The struggles of the German juridical system with alleged nazi criminals: commentary on the criminal proceedings against John Demjanjuk and Heinrich Boere Journal Article
    Beck, Susanne (2010)
    In: German Law Journal, 11(3), pp. 347-365
  8. The normalization of Nazi crime in postwar West German trials / Die Normalisierung von NS-Kriegsverbrechen in den Nachkriegs-Prozessen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland Contribution
    Wittmann, Rebecca (2006)
    In: Reginbogin, Herbert; Safferling, Christoph (Eds.), The Nuremberg Trials: international criminal law since 1945 = Die Nürnberger Prozesse: Völkerstrafrecht seit 1945. 60th Anniversary International Conference / Internationale Konferenz zum 60. Jahrestag, De Gruyter, Berlin, pp. 209-215
  9. I didn't know what Auschwitz was: The Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial and the German press, 1963-1965 Journal Article
    Pendas, Devin O. (2000)
    In: Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities, 12(2), pp. 397-446
  10. German criminal justice and right-wing extremists: Is justice in Germany 'blind in the right eye'? Journal Article
    Prützel-Thomas, Monika (2000)
    In: Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 8(2), pp. 209-225
  11. The denial of the Holocaust: Employing criminal law to combat anti-semitism in Germany Journal Article
    Günther, Klaus (2000)
    In: Tel Aviv University Studies in Law, pp. 51-66