Tuesday, August 30, 2005

MANHUNT: The Hunt For Adolf Eichmann

In the spring of 1945 Allied forces occupied the German homeland after five long years of war. German war criminals including Adolf Eichmann prepared to hide from justice.

Eichmann visited his family in Austria and gave poison to his wife for her and the children in case they were captured by Russians.

On April 30 Adolph Hitler committed suicide. One week later Germany surrendered, launching a massive global manhunt for the criminals of war - especially SS-Obersturmbannfuhrer Karl Adolf Otto Eichmann.


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