Remembering Departed 'Nurembergers'
John Q. Barrett
St. John's University School of Law; Robert H. Jackson Center
October 19, 2011
PROCEEDINGS OF THE FOURTH INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW DIALOGS, E. Anderson & D. Crane, eds., American Society of International Law, 2011
St. John's Legal Studies Research Paper No. 11-0011
In 1945-1946, the International Military Tribunal adjudicated at Nuremberg in Allied-occupied former Germany the criminality of Nazi leaders and organizations. More than sixty years later, most of the people who were important parts of that monumental and consequential international legal project have sadly departed.
This lecture, delivered in August 2010, remembers five significant United States “Nurembergers” who died during 2009-2010: family insider Nancy R. Jackson, chief interpreter Richard W. Sonnenfeldt, and prosecuting attorneys Roger W. Barrett, Whitney R. Harris, and Benjamin Kaplan.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 17
Keywords: International Military Tribunal, IMT, Nuremberg, Nazi war criminals, Nancy R. Jackson, Richard W. Sonnenfeldt, Roger W. Barrett, Whitney R. Harris, Benjamin KaplanAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: October 20, 2011
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