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  • Eichmann During The War
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    Adolf Eichmann was a high-ranking SS officer who played a central role in the planning and implementation of the persecution of Jews in Germany, Poland, Hungary and several other countries before and during World War II. At the end of the war he escaped to Argentina where he lived and worked under an alias until May, 1960, when he was kidnapped by Israeli agents. Argentina complained to the Security Council about this clear violation of Argentine sovereignty. The Security Council, while making i...
  • Last Feature Of The Eichmann Trial
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    Arendt's Eichmann in Jerusalem The enthusiastic efforts of all those that have spent their time in the pursuit of former Nazis that successfully evaded capture by the authorities that tried their compatriots at Nuremberg state their reasons generally to be a pursuit of justice. Arendt makes the same case for the events surrounding the trial of Eichmann at Jerusalem. Justice, she implies, demanded that Eichmann be tried "fairly" for his crimes, and justice likewise demanded that he be convicted; ...
  • Heydrich And Eichmann
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    ADOLF EICHMANN The Holocaust was one of the greatest tragedies the world has ever known. There were many key people who participated in this outrageous genocide however some get more attention then others. Adolf Eichmann is a classic example. Eichmann was a self-proclaimed "Jewish Specialist" and head of the Gestapo Department. Eichmann was responsible for keeping every train rolling right into the stations of the concentration and death camps during the holocaust. Now we will take a look into E...
  • Ardent's Eichmann In Jerusalem
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    In Hannah Ardent's book, Eichmann In Jerusalem, an in depth account of the Adolf Eichmann trial of 1961, Ardent makes a claim on the "banality of evil" and uses the Eichmann Trial as a platform on which to deliver this claim. Ardent also insists that the court in Jerusalem missed "the greatest moral and even legal challenge" of the case of not proving Eichmann to be a liar and assuming that he "must have been aware of the criminal nature of his acts", but instead accepting the fact under the con...
  • Eichmann
    417 words
    Eichmann was born on March 19, 1906 near Cologne, Germany, into a middle class Protestant family. In 1932 he joined the Austrian Nazi Party, became a member of the SS and in 1934 an SS corporal at Dachau concentration camp. He studied Jewish culture and became the acknowledged 'Jewish specialist'. In 1938, Eichmann established a Central Office for Jewish Emigration. This office issued permits to Jews wanting to leave Austria and engaged in extorting wealth in return for safe passage. In 1939 Eic...

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