Benjamin Ferencz: The Nuremberg Prosecutor
Curated by History Hit • 30m
Brilliant Lawer, at only 27 years old, Benjamin Ferencz was the youngest prosecutor in charge of the sentencing nazi criminals in Nuremberg on 1946. Relentless fighter for peace he never stopped trying to make the world a more human place, always governed by the spirit of the law.
After the war and his work at Nuremberg, Benjamin Ferencz dedicated his life to International Justice.
He became the architect and the inspiration of the International Criminal Court founded in 2002.
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