Adolf Eichmann: Engineer of Death

Rosen Publishing Group, 2001 - 110 pagina's
With his electrifying capture by Israeli commandos in Argentina and his dramatic public trial in Jerusalem, the Nazi bureaucrat Adolf Eichmann came to personify one of the most horrifying aspects of the Holocaust. Eichmann's defense--that he had done nothing wrong because he was only following orders--pposes a challenge to all those who must confront the question of how to act when their government behaves wrongfully.

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