The Case Of Adolf EichmannFacts of the Case:
- During WWII, millions of Jews had been massacred and killed by the
German Nazi Party under Adolf Hitler.
- Most of these Jews were killed in specific camps known as the
concentration camps were in the following places: Buchenwald, Dachau, and
- During the closing days of WWII, many top Nazi generals fled away to
Brazil and Argentina because Hitlerís defeat was inevitable.
- One such general was Nazi war officer Adolf Eichmann. He initially fled
away to Austria and then to Argentina.
- However, the new country of Israel decided to pursue, arrest or even
eliminate all such officers.
- The Israeli Secret Service, Mossad, found out that Eichmann was hiding
in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with a false passport and identity document.
- Soon after Argentina was celebrating its 150th year of independence, the
Argentinian government also invited the Israeli delegation to take part in
- However, the Israeli delegation consisted of only Mossad agents, who
wanted to kidnap Adolf Eichmann and fly him out of Argentina at any cost.
- The Israeli Secret Service, carrying out a cover operation, forcefully
kidnapped Adolf Eichmann and flew him out of Argentina to stand trial in
- The Argentinian government officially opposed the Israeli government and
demanded an official apology.
However, the Israeli government officially stated that they might be legally in
the wrong but were morally correct. And if required in the age of globalization,
would undertake any such action in any part of the world to protect the
so-called safety, security, and emotional well-being of the Jews and the
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