Ben Ferencz: The Man Who Trialed the German Nazi Regime

World renowned human rights attorney Ben Ferencz (pronounced “fah-renz”) who spearheaded the Nuremberg Trials after World War II, was unable to attend school when his family arrived in the US from Europe in 1920. Ferencz grew up in Hell’s Kitchen in New York, United States of America. The reason Hell’s Kitchen is called as it is, is because the location was a high density area in terms of criminal activity. This is not only in respect to the US, as Hell’s Kitchen was actually one of the worst ar...

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