Daybreak: Good Friday in Syria?

Plus Pollard implores Obama, the next flotilla, and more in the news

Defense Department

Hannah Rosenthal, the State Department’s anti-Semitism envoy, must defend Israel from delegitimization while confronting a growing wave of anti-Jewish rhetoric among European elites

The Eichmann Trial At Fifty

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Hannah Arendt’s Draft of History

The edited typescript of “Eichmann in Jerusalem” reveals New Yorker editor William Shawn’s meticulous work

Film Study

The Eichmann Trial opened in Jerusalem 50 years ago today. Here are the six most significant moments captured in trial films archived at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Regrets, He Had a Few

What Eichmann wished he had done differently

The Trial

Fifty years ago, Adolf Eichmann was tried for war crimes. In a new book from Nextbook Press, historian Deborah E. Lipstadt examines the proceedings that changed the way we think about genocide.

The Evil in Banality?

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C.I.A. Protected Ukrainian Nazi Collaborator

New report also reveals Nazi-grand mufti deal

Self-Made Golem

Simon Wiesenthal, painted in a new biography as a fame-seeking myth-maker, is also the man who insisted that the world face up to the Holocaust

Sundown: The 23-Year-Old Nuclear Customer

Plus the Buck-Oy State, Eichmann in the Vatican, and more

On Their Trail

His targets may be pushing 90, but Nazi-hunter Efraim Zuroff is still looking

Hot Pursuit

The gripping, improbable, globetrotting story of how Israeli spies caught Adolf Eichmann

The Eichmann Trial

Award-winning historian Deborah Lipstadt gives us a compelling reassessment of the groundbreaking trial that has become a touchstone for judicial proceedings throughout the world in which victims of genocide confront its perpetrators.

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