Nuremberg

Last Surviving Nuremberg Prosecutor Donates $1M To US Holocaust Museum

09/01/2016 - 11:12

(JTA) — The last surviving prosecutor from the Nuremberg war crimes trials has donated $1 million to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, in Washington D.C.

Former Nuremberg trials prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz standing in the courtroom, 2012. Adam Jones/ Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0

An Event Of Notes

01/01/2013 - 19:00
Staff Writer

A lifelong lover of classical music, Hans Herman Kahn — native of Nuremberg, survivor of Dachau,

An elderly Holocaust survivor and lifelong classical music fan receives a personalized concert. Photo courtesy MJHS

A Tale Of Two Shoah Trials

After watching Eichmann on TV at 13, she found herself, decades later, in a London courtroom battling Holocaust denial.
04/04/2011 - 20:00

From “The Eichmann Trial,” published by Nextbook/Schocken. Reprinted courtesy of Schocken Books, a division of Random House, Inc. Copyright © 2011 Deborah E. Lipstadt.

On April 11, 1961, the theater of Beit Ha’am, Jerusalem’s brand-new cultural center, was packed. Over 700 people filled the room for the trial of a man accused of being the chief operational officer of the Final Solution.

Justicia with scales. Sefer evronot, 1583. Courtesy of the Library of the Jewish 	Theological Seminary.
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