Benjamin B. Ferencz collection
Benjamin B. Ferencz donated his collection to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Oct. 1994. The National Archives transferred a small portion of his personal papers to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Dec. 1994.
Organized in the following order: Series 1: Family Biographical Information, 1933-1994. Series 2: War Crimes Trials and War Crimes Related Records, 1945-1994. Series 3: B'nai B'rith Records,1937-1994. Series 4: Claims Against Industrial Firms Records, 1952-1994. Series 5: Slave Labor Related Records, 1962-1994. Series 6: Claims Against the East German Republic, 1972-1991. Series 7: Records Relating to the Conference On Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Inc., 1952-1989. Series 8: Correspondence and Related Records Regarding the Jewish Restitution Successor Organization, 1954-1992. Series 9: Correspondence and Related Records Regarding the History of Restitution (Wiedergutmachung), 1957-1983. Series 10: United Restitution Organization Budget Files,1962-1993. Series 11: Correspondence and Related Records Regarding the Bundesentschadigundsgesetz (BEG), the War Claims Act of 1948, and the German-American Social Security Agreement, 1948-1988. Series 12: Correspondence and Related Records RegardingRestitution for Victims of Medical Experiments, 1957-1981. Series 13: Correspondence and Other Records Regarding the Establishment of an International Criminal Court, 1970-1992. Series 14: Records Regarding International Law,1970-1993. Series 15: Correspondence Regarding Human Rights, 1970-1981. Series 16: Correspondence and Other Records Regarding World Peace Organizations, 1977-1994. Series 17: Speech File, 1981-1991. Series 18: Alphabetical Subject Reference File, 1939-1994. Series 19: Photographs, 1926-1990. Series 20: Video Tapes, 1979-1994. Series 21: Audio Tapes, 1979-1994. Series 22: Artifacts, 1948-1962
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