Courtroom dramas rarely mix with war theme, but some of the most important war movies depict the court-martial trials.
After failed attack the French general demands the random soldiers to be killed as an example what happens to the cowards.
During Second Boer War three officers of the Bushveldt Carbineers are accused of war crimes and put on trial, but there seems to be more to that story than meets the eye.
Lieutenant Burton is appointed to evaluate M2 Bradley project that has been under development for many years, but without results. But what he finds during the investigations seems unbelievable.
Captain Blackadder in trenches somewhere in France will do anything to avoid another push through no man
The new captain on minesweeper USS Caine is obsessed with discipline up to the point when crew begins to doubt his mental stability.
Nuremberg Trials as seen by the American lawyers, who were chosen to organize them.
Part of the Nuremberg Trials of Nazi war criminals - the movie concentrates on the German judicial officials.
British soldier is accused of desertion during the Battle of Passchendaele and put in front of court-martial, but the case isn’t as simple as it seems.
When murder is commited in the prisoners of war camp the trial has to take place and young Lieutenant Hart will have to face a tricky challenge.
Vietnam veteran Colonel Childers is sent to Yemen to evacuate the ambassador and his family, but on the arrival they realize the situation is much worse they have expected.