"Rutgers Journal of Law & Religion will post documents from the Donovan collection to its website approximately every six months. Scholarly commentary on these postings will be published on a rolling basis. The documents come from the personal archive of General William J. Donovan, who served as special assistant to the chief of counsel during the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg. The International Military Tribunal was convened following the conclusion of World War II to hold accountable the principal perpetrators of the Holocaust. The tribunal addressed four counts: conspiracy, crimes against peace, war crimes (including genocide), and crimes against humanity."