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The Nazi Hunters

During world war 2 Adolf Eichmann was the leader of exterminating Jews and running concentration camps. Eichmann is responsible for the death of over six million Jews. After the war he went into hiding under many different names in Europe and Israel. A group of people effected by the war set out to find Eichmann. After many attempts and fails Eichmann was discovered by Israeli security services. sent to a trail and found guilty on all offences and sentenced to death. He was hung by the neck and declared dead by a doter. 

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During world war 2 Adolf Eichmann was the leader of exterminating Jews and running concentration camps. Eichmann is responsible for the death of over six million Jews. After the war he went into hiding under many different names in Europe and Israel. A group of people effected by the war set out to find Eichmann. After many attempts and fails Eichmann was discovered by Israeli security services. sent to a trail and found guilty on all offences and sentenced to death. He was hung by the neck and declared dead by a doter. 

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Hitler's Henchmen - Bureaucrat of Murder - Adolf Eichmann - YouTube

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Hitler had many people who worked for him that were very important in the Nazis plan to take over the world. Adolf Eichmann was especially important because he was in charge of the concentration caps and the extermination of the Jews.  This documentary relates to the book The Nazi Hunters because his explains his life and how he gained power and became the leader of exterminating Jews. It also tells about his life after the war and how he went in to hiding and was eventually caught and sentenced to death.

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Creation of Israel, 1948 - 1945–1952 - Milestones - Office of the Historian

Creation of Israel, 1948 - 1945–1952 - Milestones - Office of the Historian | Nazi Hunters | Scoop.it
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On May 14, 1948, Israel officially became officially established. Although the United States backed Resolution 181, the U.S. Department of State recommended the creation of a United Nations trusteeship with limits on Jewish immigration and a division of Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab provinces but not states. Despite growing conflict between Palestinian Arabs and Palestinian Jews and despite the Department of State’s endorsement of a trusteeship, Truman ultimately decided to recognize the state Israel.


This relates to the book The Nazi Hunters because in the story they talked about the upcoming of Israel and how it had an influence on the Nazis and Adolf Eichmann. Near the end of the book we find out that Eichmann is hiding in Israel and was discovered by there security forces.

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British spies infiltrated Nazi sympathizer groups, wartime files show

British spies infiltrated Nazi sympathizer groups, wartime files show | Nazi Hunters | Scoop.it
A British counterintelligence agent managed to neutralize an extensive network of Nazi sympathizers in the United Kingdom by pretending to represent the German government, newly released files show...
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This article relates to the book The Nazi Hunters because in the article it talks about files from World War 2 about British spies who searched for Nazis hiding in Germany and all of Europe. In the book a group of British spies who were effected by the war searched for the Nazi Adolf Eichmann. as soon as they found a lead the trail would go cold again. The spies never caught Eichmann but Israeli security forces caught him hiding in Israel. he was sent to trail, found guilty on all charges, and hung by the neck.

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The Long Road to Eichmann's Arrest: A Nazi War Criminal's Life in Argentina - SPIEGEL ONLINE

The Long Road to Eichmann's Arrest: A Nazi War Criminal's Life in Argentina - SPIEGEL ONLINE | Nazi Hunters | Scoop.it
Before his arrest by Israel's Mossad intelligence service, Adolf Eichmann boasted openly to other foreigners in Argentina of the war crimes he had committed. He confided in one journalist that his only mistake was not having murdered all the Jews. "We didn't do our work correctly," he said.
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Adolf Eichmann was born in the western German city of Solingen and raised in Linz, Austria. When he was a young adult he had a job as a machine builder. he later joined the Nazis and became the leader of controlling concentration camps and exterminating Jews. after the war he went into hiding and brought his wife and sons to Argentina in 1952. When he lost his job in 1953, his family moved to the Argentine capital. He tried his hand as the owner of a laundry business, opened a fabric shop, sold sanitation facilities, raised rabbits and eventually landed a job as a mechanic at a Mercedes Benz plant. At the same time he kept up his ties with the Nazis. German Intelligence Agencies searched for Eichmann but failed to find any leads. After many attempts and fails to find Eichmann he was finally caught in Israel by Israel security forces.


This article connects to the book The Nazi Hunters because Adolf Eichmann is the main antagonist in the story and the book goes over the history of WWII and Adolf Eichmann becoming in charge of extermination Jews. It also explains how so many people were looking for him after the war and how he was finally caught in Israel.

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