The Eichmann trial did more than just call our oppressors to account. It shaped the public’s perception of the Holocaust
“We had to make a trial against Adolf Eichmann so the whole world should know what has happened in the Holocaust.”
“Operation Finale” insists on imposing the absolute lack of moral nuance present in the fact of the Holocaust on the rest of history.
Weird Al and Tony Hale star in the reenactment.
In addition to his famous role as Mahatma Gandhi, Kingsley has also played famous Jews like Otto Frank, Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal, and Moses.
Eichmann’s trial was a watershed moment for the popular understanding of the Holocaust.
For years, Laurie Gwen Shapiro knew her neighbor as an unassuming artist named Peter. Years later, she learned he was Peter Malkin, a Nazi hunter who helped catch Adolf Eichmann.
Israel made public on Wednesday a handwritten request for clemency by Adolf Eichmann, an architect of the Nazi Holocaust, who was executed by Israel in 1962 following a war crimes trial.
More than any other event, the trial of Adolf Eichmann brought the Holocaust to the attention of the world. And, argues a new BBC drama, that was all thanks to the power of television.
A trove of documents related to Israel’s 1961 trial of the Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann will be auctioned off in Jerusalem after their discovery in a trash bin.