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Greek junta trials         
  • The junta on trial. Ioannidis standing up while Papadopoulos, Makarezos and Pattakos watch the proceedings from the front row
The Greek junta trials () were the trials involving members of the military junta that ruled Greece from 21 April 1967 to 23 July 1974. These trials involved the instigators of the coup as well as other junta members of various ranks who took part in the events of the Athens Polytechnic uprising and in the torture of citizens.
Military junta         
GOVERNMENT LED BY A COMMITTEE OF MILITARY LEADERS
Military Junta
A military junta () is a government led by a committee of military leaders. The term junta means "meeting" or "committee" and originated in the national and local junta organized by the Spanish resistance to Napoleon's invasion of Spain in 1808.
Indian National Army trials         
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THE BRITISH INDIAN TRIAL BY COURTS-MARTIAL OF A NUMBER OF OFFICERS OF THE INDIAN NATIONAL ARMY (INA) BETWEEN NOVEMBER 1945 AND MAY 1946
INA Trials; Indian National Army Trials; INA trial; Red Fort trials; Red Fort Trials; Red Fort trials of INA; INA trials
The Indian National Army trials (also known as the INA trials and the Red Fort trials) was the British Indian trial by court-martial of a number of officers of the Indian National Army (INA) between November 1945 and May 1946, on various charges of treason, torture, murder and abetment to murder, during the Second World War. In total, approximately ten court-martials were held.