(JNS.org) Former U.S. ambassador John Dolibois, known for his role in the Nuremburg Trials, died on May 2 at 95.
Dolibois, who served in military intelligence during World War II, was the last surviving member of the team that interrogated top-ranking Nazis—including Herman Goering, Julius Streicher, and Rudolf Hess—during the Nuremberg Trials. He later served as vice president at Miami University of Ohio and was appointed U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg by President Ronald Reagan.
“It is difficult to adequately describe John and his accomplishments,” stated Miami University of Ohio President David Hodge.
“The role he played at Nuremberg is amazing,” Hodge said.