I have a question about what Alfred Jodl, something that I very recently became aware of. Alfred Jodl was at end of the war Cheif of Staff of the OKW and tried at the Nuremburg tribunal. He had 4 charges against him, he pled not guilty and was found guilty on all 4 counts. He was sentenced to death, requested firing squad but was hanged. Now here comes where I get confused. 7 years after his death they apparently give him another trail in Munich in 53 I believe, they found him innocent on all 4 counts. So I am wonder does that mean he was innocent after all and they executed an innocent men? Or perhaps the second trail had a bias towards him? or was there some evidence that was later discovered that proved his innocence? Any help trying to understand this is greatly appreciated.