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Eichmann

Karl Adolf . 1902--62, Austrian Nazi official, who took a leading role in organizing the extermination of the European Jews. He escaped to Argentina after World War II, but was captured and executed in Israel as a war criminal
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The judges made references to this problem in the decision, noting that iconic figure like the Warsaw ghetto fighters were called, while Eichmann had nothing to do with the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising of 1943.
The exhibition, "Operation Finale: The Capture & Trial of Adolf Eichmann," features a photograph of the car that was used to transport Eichmann to a safe house from the site of his abduction.
The agent stayed on after Eichmann was smuggled to Israel on a passenger plane but Mengele fled.
Anders as Eichmann het De Kock wel berou getoon vir sy dade alhoewel daar ook debat is oor of dit werklik eg was al dan nie.
Eichmann, who was captured by Mossad agents from Argentina - where he was living under a pseudonym - in 1960, was one of the architects of the Nazis' "Final Solution," which led to the deaths of six million Jews.
Eichmann was one of the architects of the Nazis' "Final Solution", and he oversaw the rounding up and deportation of Jews to death camps such as Auschwitz.
Rather, as in relation to Eichmann, whom Arendt later admitted was not merely following orders (Berkowitz 2013), Israeli settler colonialism is deliberate and intentional, performed by calculating, complex, and contradictory perpetrators intent on the racialization and ethnic cleansing of people they regard as standing in the way of total control of their "promised land.
It is now completely clear, for example, that Eichmann and his fellow fugitives built their comfortable South American refuge not only under the tutelage of the Peronist regime, but also with the full and benevolent connivance of U.
The studies of Eichmann and Arendt are both translations of recent books by German intellectuals who work outside of academic institutions and consequently they exhibit a level of freedom from standard generic and stylistic conventions, albeit in different ways and to different effects.
It showed us how Hurwitz became obsessed with keeping the camera on Eichmann as he looked for a flicker of humanity: "How can you just sit there.
Eichmann, it showed, organised the systematic genocide of six million Jews during the Second World War.
Eichmann was actually a mediocre bureaucrat, who believed he must carry out orders given to him in the best way possible so that he would be favored by his party.