William J. Wilkins
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William J. Wilkins (1897 – September 9, 1995) was an American lawyer and judge from the state of Washington. He was the last surviving judge of the post-World War II Nuremberg Trials of Nazi war crimes.
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- Imagine my surprise one day in February 1951 to read in the newspaper that John J. McCloy, the high commissioner to Germany, had restored all the Krupp properties that had been ordered confiscated.
- William J. Wilkins, judge at the Nuremberg Trial of War Criminals source: NYT