42 Stud. Transnat'l Legal Pol'y 83 (2010)
Bringing War Criminals to Justice at Nuremberg

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William Caming*
In Memory of Henry T. King, Jr.
Henry King, Jr. passed away on May 9, 2009, less
than three weeks shy of his ninetieth birthday on May 27,
2009. Henry and I were not only fellow prosecutors at
Nuremberg, but also close friends throughout our lives.
He was the personification of the perfect Yale
gentleman-courtly, courteous, and kind, with an
excellent sense of humor. Coming from a Harvard man,
that is high praise, indeed.
When Henry would come to New York from time to
time to visit his son, Dave, in Brooklyn, I would often
motor in or take the train from Summit, NJ-and we
would lunch together at a favorite restaurant of his, the
Oyster Bar, in Manhattan's Grand Central station.
Each conversation would open with a proud, fatherly
account of the goings on of his two children, Suzanne
and Dave. He also loved to reminisce at our lunches-
and over the telephone as well as by e-mail-about his
realistic friendship with Albert Speer over the twenty
years Speer spent in Berlin's Spandau prison. Their
friendship  continued  after  Speer's  release  and
culminated in Henry's insightful book, The Two Worlds
ofAlbert Speer.

* Former Nuremberg Trial Counsel.

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