Eichmann


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Synonyms for Eichmann

Austrian who became the Nazi official who administered the concentration camps where millions of Jews were murdered during World War II (1906-1962)

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However, they disagreed on whether The Eichmann Trial accomplishes much more than completeness, with at least one reviewer saying that Lipstadt's conclusions, while valid, are not particularly new.
However, the largest number of Nazis escaped to Spain (ruled by the Fascist Francisco Franco) or to South America (where Mengele and Eichmann and many others ended up).
Concerning the Eichmann trial, recently discovered Israeli archival findings provide an in-depth view on the political background of the case.
The Eichmann Trial and the Rule of Law begins and ends, however, with a reflection on the relation of the Eichmann trial to Greek tragedy--a comparison that Arendt decidedly and decisively avoids.
In Eichmann in Jerusalem Arendt famously characterized Eichmann's deeds by the phrase 'the banality of evil'.
Eichmann is also the registered agent for the RMR Group.
Eichmann was snatched off the street on his way home from work.
In 1960, Eitan commanded the Mossad operation which captured Eichmann in Argentina.
In conducting the first serious analysis of Eichmann in almost 40 years, the author uses an extensive list of sources (many of them unavailable in the 1950s and 1960s) and research to examine his theories.
Yet, in Eichmann in Jerusalem, she provided an additional, utilitarian rationale for thinking.
As the German forces of Hitler's "Thousand-Year Reich" faced defeat in the closing days of the Second World War, Adolf Eichmann gathered his subordinates in the SS for a farewell address.
President and Chief Operating Officer Eric Eichmann comments on results and priorities for the rest of the year.
Among them was evil Holocaust architect Adolf Eichmann, who was captured in Buenos Aires and executed in 1962.
They included Adolf Eichmann, one of the architects of the Holocaust, who was captured by Israeli agents in Buenos Aires in 1960.
The Eichmann Show (Tuesday, BBC2) was the true life story of a producer Milton Fruchtman (Martin Freeman) and formerly blacklisted TV director Leo Hurwitz (Anthony LaPaglia) who overcame politics, practical obstacles, death threats and initial indifference as they brought the 1961 trial of notorious Nazi Adolf Eichmann to telly screens.