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Live Skype Interview w/ Benjamin Ferencz: Last Living Nuremberg Trial Prosecutor
December 3, 2017 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm| $75
December 3rd @ 12:30pm
The Florida Holocaust Museum
Presented by: The FHM’s Lawyers of Conscience
The Florida Holocaust Museum’s Lawyers of Conscience cordially invites the community to attend a special interview with the last living Nuremberg Trial prosecutor, Benjamin Ferencz! Mr. Ferencz is 97 years old and will be interviewed in his home by our Executive Director Elizabeth Gelman. This interview will be broadcast live on a large screen via Skype at The Florida Holocaust Museum.
The landmark Nuremberg Trials began November 20, 1945 and established the offenses of crimes against peace, waging a war of aggression, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.
Mr. Benjamin Ferencz served in Patton’s Third Army and became involved with investigating Nazi brutality. He gathered evidence, investigated perpetrators, and interviewed witnesses. After the war, he was asked to return to Nuremberg to serve on the legal staff of Telford Taylor, who along with Chief Counsel Robert H. Jackson, was a principal prosecutor for the Nuremberg Tribunals. After the trials, he became focused on negotiating restitution for Holocaust victims and preventing future genocides. Throughout his life, he has spoken and written extensively about the importance of international law as a means of attaining world peace.
This special program with the last living Nuremberg Trial Prosecutor will take place on December 3rd at 12:30 p.m. at The Florida Holocaust Museum. The event will include refreshments, along with the unique opportunity to hear Benjamin Ferencz speak, via Skype, about the Nuremberg Trials. Please submit questions you would like to ask Mr. Ferencz to email@example.com. Attendees are invited to stay and tour the Museum after the program.
The cost to attend is a minimum donation of $75.00 with reservations required. To make your reservation, please call: 727.820.0100 ext. 249
Lawyers of Conscience Mission Statement
The mission of The Florida Holocaust Museum Lawyers of Conscience is to provide a nonpolitical forum in which to sponsor thought-provoking programs and discussions relating past atrocities and lessons of history to contemporary issues, and to encourage participation of lawyers with the museum in order to promote equality of rights and justice under law.
For any attorneys, judges or law students interested in joining the Lawyers of Conscience, please contact Rachael Worthington at firstname.lastname@example.org or Celia Hagerman at email@example.com.