11 -10 City of Nuremberg honors US
war crimes - November 23, 2010
In November 2010, the city of Nuremberg inaugurated a museum directly above the main Nuremberg courtroom where leading Nazi war criminals were tried after World War Two. The Mayor invited the 91 year-old Ben Ferencz, the sole surviving Chief Prosecutor - to return to the scene where, in 1947. at age 27, he had convicted 22 Nazi mass murderers (Einsatzgruppen) of having deliberately slaughtered more than a million innocent men, woman and children. The program organized and led by human rights professor Rainer Huhle of Nuremberg, received sustained applause.
10 - 04 Evolution of International Law
PARTS 1-12 - October 18, 2004
The Biggest Murder Trial in History: The Evolution and Status of nternational Criminal Law. Recorded in September 2004, New Rochelle, New York.
10 - 01 Hawaiian Potpourri KWAI, Hono - October 27, 2001
10 - 01 US Holocaust Museum Archive
- October 5, 2001
09 - 01 Public Radio International
- September 19, 2001
04 -12 The Evolution of International
Criminal - April 19, 2012
The Evolution of International Criminal Law: Problems and Perspectives, with Benjamin Ferencz and Michael Byowitz, at The
International Law Section of the American Bar Association’s spring
meeting, New York City.
02 - 11 Ferencz on Prosecuting
Aggression - February 26, 2011
Sandy Davies, David Swanson, and Ben Ferencz spoke in Boca Raton, Fla., on February 26, 2011. This is the 3rd of 4 videos. Videos by Stephanie Rosendorf and Jaszmin deFreitas.
06 - 10 Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today - June 10, 2010
The CBC's Joe Schlesinger has a special report on the North American premier of the documentary that was lost for decades. (Ferencz appears at 10:35.)
05 - 10 Ferencz Addresses Kampala
on Aggression - May 30, 2010
In an impassioned keynote address at the ICC Review Conference in Kampala, Ben Ferencz, pleads for nations to uphold the Nuremberg principles. This video was made possible courtesy of Cinema for Peace, Berlin.
05 - 10 Reflections of a Nuremberg
Prosecutor - May 28, 2010
65 years after World War II. - Reflections of a Nurember Prosecutor from Alexander Schug on Vimeo. Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany
07 - 09 The Reckoning: Full Ferencz
Interview - July 14, 2009
In this extended interview, Ben Ferencz, who, as a 27-year-old lawyer, prosecuted 22 German officers at Nuremberg for murdering over a million people, talks about his role in the development of an international justice movement and his passion to end war in this world.
04 - 08 Ferencz on the Rule of Law
- April 07, 2008
On the 60th anniversay of Nuremberg, Benjamin Ferencz addresses International Law students on the rule of law in the 21st Century.
03 - 96 Reflections at Nuremberg
Reunion - March 22, 1996
Ben Ferencz recalls all of the subsequent trials at Nuremberg at a reunion of Nuremberg Trials participants held in Washington D.C. on March 22-23,1996.