Ruminations of the Last Nuremberg Prosecutor

by Benjamin B. Ferencz

The country in which I was born in 1920 no longer exists. Transylvania, a region of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, was split up after World War One. Those who considered themselves Hungarians were told that henceforth they were considered Romanians. Of course, what mattered more than what the area was called […]

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