Adolf Eichmann (Q28085)

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German-Austrian SS officer and one of the major organizers of the Holocaust (1906–1962)
  • Otto Adolf Eichmann
  • Adolf Otto Eichmann
  • Richard Klement
  • Eichmann
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Adolf Eichmann
German-Austrian SS officer and one of the major organizers of the Holocaust (1906–1962)
  • Otto Adolf Eichmann
  • Adolf Otto Eichmann
  • Richard Klement
  • Eichmann

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Adolf Eichmann at Trial1961.jpg
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Айхман през 1961 г. (Bulgarian)
Eichmann under rettssaken mot ham i Jerusalem i april 1961 (Norwegian Bokmål)
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Otto Adolf Eichmann (German)
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Ricardo Klement
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Es lebe Deutschland. Es lebe Argentinien. Es lebe Österreich. Das sind die drei Länder, mit denen ich am engsten verbunden war. Ich werde sie nicht vergessen. Ich grüße meine Frau, meine Familie und meine Freunde. Ich hatte den Gesetzen des Krieges und meiner Fahne zu gehorchen. Ich bin bereit! […] In einem kurzen Weilchen, meine Herren, sehen wir uns ohnehin alle wieder. Das ist das Los aller Menschen. Gottgläubig war ich im Leben. Gottgläubig sterbe ich. (German)
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The “world’s most wanted Nazi,” Eichmann was the architect of Hitler’s “Final Solution” to exterminate the Jews from Europe. The notorious SS lieutenant colonel masterminded the Nazi network of death camps that resulted in the murder of approximately 6 million people. Eichmann orchestrated the identification, assembly and transportation of European Jews to Auschwitz, Treblinka and other death camps in German-occupied Poland.HIS PATH TO SOUTH AMERICA: After World War II ended, Eichmann went into hiding in Austria. With the aid of a Franciscan monk in Genoa, Italy, he obtained an Argentine visa and signed an application for a falsified Red Cross passport. In 1950 he boarded a steamship to Buenos Aires under the alias Ricardo Klement. Eichmann lived with his wife and four children in a middle-class Buenos Aires suburb and worked in a Mercedes-Benz automotive plant. (English)
Adolf Eichmann
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Otto Adolf Adolf Eichmann (19 Mar 1906 - certain 1 Jun 1962)
5 August 2021
 
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