Eichmann's glass cell to be loaned to German museum

The glass cell in which Adolf Eichman was held during his trial in Israel will be displayed in an exhibit in Berlin for four months.
This is the first time the cell will be taken apart since it was placed in a Jerusalem courthouse 50 years ago.
It will be reassembled and displayed in an exhibit called "The Topography of Terror." After four months, it will be returned to Kibbutz Lohamei Hagetaot.