Adolf Eichmann

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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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Most of the interview dealt with the kidnap-capture of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in 1960.
HOLOCAUST mastermind Adolf Eichmann claimed he did not hate Jews and never believed in the Nazi race theory.
A former Israeli spy has described how an operation to capture the 'Angel of Death' Josef Mengele in Argentina had to be called off to prevent the escape of Adolf Eichmann.
The Adolf Eichmann page on the online encyclopaedia was changed in January last year.
Adolf Eichmann was among a group of top Nazi officials who intervened in order to save the lives of 800 Jews in the heyday of World War II, The Sunday Times has reported.
Adolf Eichmann page on the online encyclopaedia changed in January last year.
They included Adolf Eichmann, who was eventually found in Argentina and hanged for his part in the extermination of millions of Jews.
The United States was aware that West Germany held information on the whereabouts of Adolf Eichmann in the 1950s, but chose to keep the matter secret, fearing that the arrest of the Nazi fugitive might lead to embarrassing revelations about links between senior German officials and other Nazis.
Executed Nazi Adolf Eichmann wrote in his memoirs that the Holocaust was the worst crime in human history.
ALOIS BRUNNER, (left) 92, was allegedly Adolf Eichmann's right-hand man.
The most notorious was Adolf Eichmann, who was seized in Argentina in 1960 by Israeli agents, and then tried and put to death in Israel.
His greatest coup was finding Adolf Eichmann and seeing him pay for his abominable crimes.
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The trial of leading Nazi Adolf Eichmann began in Israel after his capture in Argentina by Mossad.
Rafi Eitan, a legendary Israeli Mossad spy who led the capture of Holocaust mastermind Adolf Eichmann, died Saturday.