A British academic is calling on the government to obtain and make public a vast but little known United Nations archive documenting 10,000 cases of possible second world war crimes.

The cases range from a Japanese commander accused of incitement to rape – which would not be recognised as a war crime for another half century – to a Gestapo officer who drowned hundreds of Jewish prisoners in a sewage pond in the gardens of the Buchenwald concentration camp.

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