NBC News: Ferenc, last Nuremberg prosecutor, dies at 103
The last of the Nuremberg prosecutors, US attorney Ben Ferenc, has died aged 103. This is what the TV channel reports news from the nbc referring to his son.
“Ferenc was the last of the living accusers to appear in the trial,” the report said.
The lawyer’s son confirmed Ferenc’s death to the television station. As journalists noted, during the trial he secured the conviction of 22 commanders of Nazi death battalions. The report also states that the lawyer was 27 at the time of the trial, and Ferenc later played a key role in securing compensation for Holocaust survivors and the establishment of the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
The American lawyer has written nine books and dozens of articles. In March 2023, he turned 103.
court in Nürnberg lasted from November 1945 to October 1946. Former leaders of the Third Reich, accused by an international military tribunal of unprecedented war crimes, crimes against humanity, establishment of concentration camps and death camps, massacres civilians and genocide, appeared in court.