Father Joseph F. with daughter Pearl and son Benjamin (right), circa 1925.
Chief Prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz at the Einsatzgruppen Trial. Courtesy, U.S. Holocaust Museum.
Chief Prosecutor Benjamin B. Ferencz, flanked by defense attorneys Dr. Bergold (at his right) and Dr. Aschenauer. Courtesy US Holocaust Museum.
Chief Prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz at the Einsatzgruppen Trial. Courtesy US Holocaust Museum.
Ben raising the Stars and Stripes in the name of the American people on the beach of The Hague on march 11, 1993. Supporting an international civil army defending the Dutch coast in response to the US 'Hague Invasion Act'.
June 16, 1998. Ben Addresses the Delegates at the Rome Conference negotiating the statutes for an International Criminal Court. Speaking "for those who cannot speak, the victims..." he encouraged the Delegates to vote for the ICC, which they did overwhelmingly on July 17, 1998.
Like a proud Papa, Ben holds the Rome Treaty creating an International Criminal Court that is officially deposited in the Treaty Section at the United Nations.
Gang of Four: Lecturers at the Salzburg Law School Summer Session, August 2005. (L-R) Professors Roger Clark, Rutgers University, Otto Triffterer, University of Salzburg, William Schabus, University of Galway, and Ben (forefront).
Ben talks with students at Chautauqua Summer Institute, August 25, 2008.
Ben (fourth from left), and a panel of distinguished guests at the Chautauqua Institute, August 25, 2008.
Ben and Omer Ismail, Darfur Activist, at the Chautauqua Summer Institute, August 25, 2008.
Ben speaks on “The Lessons of Nuremberg for Today and Tomorrow.” The talk, the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Distinguished Lecture in Human Rights, took place at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center on Nov. 7, 2005, at the University of Connecticut. Photo by Jordan Bender
On May 26, 2005, Ben delivered a keynote address to the symposium marking the 60th anniversaries of VE Day and VJ Day. Photo courtesy United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Ben (center front) at a reunion several years after Nuremberg.
This image was posted on Be A Hero for A Better World, a web site (http://www.betterworld.net/quotes/tolerance-quotes.htm) dedicated to Emily Rachel Silverstein.
At NYU with Michael Scharf and Peggy Kuo
Ben, on a panel at the "From Nuremberg to Rome" event held as part of the International Law Students Association spring conference in Washington, DC on April 2, 2004. Panelists (from left) Prof. Michael Scharf (Moderator), Ben, Henry King, Leila Sadat, Cherif Bassiouni, David Scheffer, and William Schabas
Ben signs books for students after the "From Nuremberg to Rome" event held as part of the International Law Students Association spring conference in Washington, DC on April 2, 2004.
Ben's tribunal pass. Courtesy of the U.S. Holocaust Museum.
H.E. Christian Wenaweser (right), Permanent Representative of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the United Nations and Coordinator of the Special Working Group on the Crime of Aggression, with Ben Ferencz (left), and Mr. Roger S. Clark (center), Adviser to the Permanent Mission of Samoa to the United Nations, have contributed to discussions on the definition of the Crime of Aggression.
Ben, with Hon. Arthur N.R. Robinson (Trinidad and Tobago) and H. E. Amb. Christian Wenaweser, Permanent Representative of the Mission of Liechtenstein and Ms. Katja Wallner ( Mission of Liechtenstein). July 17, 2008. Photo by by Parliamentarians for Global Action.
Ben speaking at the Fletcher School, Tufts University, Friday, October 19, 2001.
Ben signing books at the Fletcher School, Tufts University, Friday, October 19, 2001.
At a conference titled "Combatting Genocide," at the UN Headquarters in New York, November 21, 2005. Seminar panellists (from left): Juan Méndez, Dina Temple-Raston, moderator Shashi Tharoor, Benjamin Ferencz, Simone Monasebian and Louise Mushikwabo. Photo: S.K. Belal Hassan
Pace Law School: Moot International Criminal Court, 2005. Finals Judges Sam Muller, Trevor Chimimba, Ben Ferencz, Roy Lee
Ferencz addresses distinguished guests and audience upon receiving the Erasmus prize, November 15, 2009.
Ferencz, with Erasmus co-recipient Antonio Cassese and the Dutch Royal Family.