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Hello. I am currently in year12 studying maths,physics,history and doing an EPQ alongside it. For my EPQ, I would like to combine both the Nuremberg Trials and the crimes committed by the doctors, but I am not sure what question I could do or how to start structuring the question itself.
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(Original post by Magguyyyy)
Hello. I am currently in year12 studying maths,physics,history and doing an EPQ alongside it. For my EPQ, I would like to combine both the Nuremberg Trials and the crimes committed by the doctors, but I am not sure what question I could do or how to start structuring the question itself.
Could anyone help?
Thanks !
I could come up with a bunch of questions for the Nuremburg Trials OR the doctors.

To what extent have the Nuremberg trials brought the Nazi doctors to justice?
To what extent has the Nuremberg trials left a positive legacy?
Did the Nuremberg trials really bring the Nazis to justice?
To what extent did the Nuremberg trials mark a turning point between classical and contemporary international law?
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I could come up with a bunch of questions for the Nuremburg Trials OR the doctors.

To what extent have the Nuremberg trials brought the Nazi doctors to justice?
To what extent has the Nuremberg trials left a positive legacy?
Did the Nuremberg trials really bring the Nazis to justice?
To what extent did the Nuremberg trials mark a turning point between classical and contemporary international law?
any ideas for a question on assisted suicide?
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any ideas for a question on assisted suicide?
Should euthanasia be considered a basic human right?
To what extent does banning euthanasia improve people’s quality of life?
Should people who commit assisted suicide be considered criminals?
Is euthanasia the same as murder?
Is Britain’s stance on euthanasia morally superior to that of other countries?
Should under 18’s be allowed to commit suicide?
To what extent is religion the biggest factor in determining people’s stance on euthanasia?
To what extent is a euthanasia device the best way for people to end their lives?
Should doctors always abide by the Hippocratic Oath?
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Should euthanasia be considered a basic human right?
To what extent does banning euthanasia improve people’s quality of life?
Should people who commit assisted suicide be considered criminals?
Is euthanasia the same as murder?
Is Britain’s stance on euthanasia morally superior to that of other countries?
Should under 18’s be allowed to commit suicide?
To what extent is religion the biggest factor in determining people’s stance on euthanasia?
To what extent is a euthanasia device the best way for people to end their lives?
Should doctors always abide by the Hippocratic Oath?
thanks im gonna use the first, appreciate it
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