Eichmann and the Holocaust
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Review: Eichmann and the HolocaustUser Review - Jack Mundale - Goodreads
...a very incisive rendering of the facts surrounding the trial of Adolf Eichmann. I wanted to read this book after seeing the 2012 film Hannah Arendt. This is not actually a book but the collection ... Read full review
Review: Eichmann and the HolocaustUser Review - Robert - Goodreads
"Eichmann and the Holocaust" is an important read, if only because the book, collected from Arendt's "Reporter at Large: A five-part article commissioned by "The New Yorker" and excerpted from her ... Read full review