He was the youngest prosecutor at the famed Nuremberg war crimes trials in the wake of World War II. After serving in the U.S. Infantry and helping liberate concentration camps, Benjamin Ferencz became the Army's Chief Prosecutor of Nazi death squads. Raised in a Jewish family on New York's Lower East Side, this Harvard-educated lawyer would dedicate his life to promoting International Justice.
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