Germany Withdraws Case Against Italy Over Nazi Compensation Claims in UN
Recently, Germany withdrew its case at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Italy over war compensation for Nazi victims. The International Court of Justice is the highest judicial body of the United Nations.
Established in the year 1945, the headquarters of the International Court of Justice is located in The Hague, Netherlands.
It has been established to resolve legal disputes between different countries, with one of its primary roles being the resolution of legal disputes.
World War II (1939–1945)
- All the major countries of the world participated in this war. It ended in 1945 with the defeat of the Axis countries.
- Germany invaded Poland in September This incident also forced Great Britain and France to declare war. In this way it took the form of World War II.
Cause of World War II-
- The Treaty of Versailles (1919) after World War I failed to establish lasting peace and security.
- Without the United States and the Soviet Union (USSR), the League of Nations proved to be a weak institution. The Soviet Union was included in the League of Nations only in the year
- Dictatorships emerged in Italy (Fascism) and Germany (Nazism) under Benito Mussolini (1922) and Adolf Hitler (1933)
- The Axis Powers (Germany, Italy and Japan) adopted an expansionist policy during the period between the two World Wars.
- The Conference on Disarmament (1932) and the Washington Naval Conference (1921–22) were unsuccessful in achieving the goal of disarmament and preventing naval arms competition.
Source – The Hindu