Benjamin B. Ferencz
|Benjamin B. Ferencz|
Ferencz standing in the courtroom where the Nuremberg trials were held, 2012
|Born||March 11, 1920|
|Alma mater||Harvard Law School|
City College of New York
Benjamin Berell Ferencz (born March 11, 1920) is a Romanian-born American lawyer of Hungarian-Jewish descent. He was an investigator of Nazi war crimes after World War II and the Chief Prosecutor for the United States Army at the Einsatzgruppen Trial, one of the twelve military trials held by the U.S. authorities at Nuremberg, Germany.
Later, he became an advocate of the establishment of an international rule of law and of an International Criminal Court. From 1985 to 1996, he was Adjunct Professor of International Law at Pace University.
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- Gale Reference Team: Biography - Ferencz, Benjamin B(erell) (1920-):, Thomson Gale, April 6, 2006.
- Logli, Ch.:"Benjamin Ferencz". Archived from the original on 2006-01-13. Retrieved 2006-12-12. , Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, 1999? URL last accessed 2006-12-12.
- Ferencz, B.: Photos. One of the captions reads "On March 11, 2003, his 83rd birthday, ..." URL last accessed 2006-12-13.