Adolf Eichmann

Adolf Eichmann was one of the key figures responsible for the Holocaust. He was a lieutenant colonel in the feared Nazi SS unit. He received official orders from Reinhardt Heydrich, the SS Commander, to manage and facilitate the transportation and logistics of deporting Jews from their ghettos and to the extermination camps. He was captured in 1960 by the Mossad and was hanged a couple of years afterward after being tried in an Israeli court.
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Documentary series on Adolf Eichmann to air on KAN

The series will be based on recently discovered tapes of an interview that Eichmann did with Dutch Nazi journalist Willem Sassen in the ‘50s, while still in hiding.

New theatrical performance revisits Eichmann trial 60 years on

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Secret camera bag used by Mossad agents in capture of Adolf Eichmann

New photos released 60 years after Israel captured Eichmann

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German Fuhrer Adolph Hitler doing a Nazi salute

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A man checks his mobile phone as a woman riding a bike passes next to a big Brazilian flag in Sao Pa

Brazilian Jewish journalist Schvartzman dies at 85

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Olmert to honor Rafi Eitan at TLV event

Former Mossad agent Avner Avraham to share new details of Eichmann capture

Bessie Abramowitz Hillman

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Gabriel Bach, co-prosecutor of the 1961 Eichmann trial.

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