Eichmann in my Hands



10 thoughts on “Eichmann in my Hands

  1. says:

    Eichmann in my Hands, by Peter Malkin and Harry Stein is a tense and exciting personal memoir, which narrates the true accounts from Mossad s mission in Buenos Aires which led to the capture and trial of Adolf Eichmann a name which synonyms with Nazism and evils during the days of Holocaust the most sought after war criminal Peter Malkin was one of the Israeli agents who participated in this mission and the reader gets to know first hand details on the planning, execution and aftermath of t Eichmann in my Hands, by Peter Malkin and Harry Stein is a tense and exciting personal memoir, which narrates the true accounts from Mossad s mission in Buenos Aires which led to the capture and trial of Adolf Eichmann a name which synonyms with Nazism and evils during the days of Holocaust the most sought after war criminal Peter Malkin was one of the Israeli agents who participated in this mission and the reader gets to know first hand details on the planning, execution and aftermath of the mission Malkin had to wait until 1990 to get these accounts published and even then he had to change the names of most of the agents who participated in the mission due to security reasons Eichman...

  2. says:

    In 1960 , a small group of elite Israeli agents secretly went into Argentina to capture the world s most wanted war criminal Adolf Eichmann , and bring him to justice Their task was to to lead a team to Argentina to capture Eichmann alive, and to take him back to Israel for trial, so that the truth could be exposed to the world and so that the world would know why a Jewish homeland must exist The man who actually snatched Eichmann off the streets was Peter Malkin , a young Israeli who lost his In 1960 , a small group of elite Israeli agents secretly went into Argentina to capture the world s most wanted war criminal Adolf Eichmann , and bring him to justice Their task was to to lead a team to Argentina to capture Eichmann alive, and to take him back to Israel for trial, so that the truth could be exposed to the world and so that the world would know why a Jewish homeland must exist The man who actually snatched Eichmann off the streets was Peter Malkin , a young Israeli who lost his sister and nephew in the holocaust, thanks to the w...

  3. says:

    This is an amazing, superbly written, straightforward, true first person account of the planning and capture of Adolph Eichmann, the Nazi officer directly responsible for Hitler s Final Solution, otherwise known as the extermination of 6,000,000 Jews during World War II The author matter of factly describes his team s surveillance and take down of Eichmann He also recounts the horror of their daily conversations while awaiting transportation to Israel for trial and discusses the lasting pers This is an amazing, superbly written, straightforward, true first person account of the planning and capture of Adolph Eic...

  4. says:

    Could have easily read this book in one sitting Was very hard to put down An important historical story written through the eyes of one remarkable person Its easy to be hooked just by learning the author s personality alone Could definitely pass as fiction too.

  5. says:

    In spite of the book s sensationalist cover, this true story of the Israeli team that captured Adolf Eichmann in Buenos Aires in 1960 is remarkably calm and straightforward It is also fascinating and portrays Eichmann as slavishly obedient to authority as well as morally divided.

  6. says:

    A fast read that tells the story of how one of the worst criminals of Nazi Germany was captured Good story.

  7. says:

    the story of Eichmann was the most bloodthirsty of them all.how he was captured

  8. says:

    Gave me a different perspective of what it was like for a Jew to live through the war period, wondering for years whether you d ever see your family again, and then finding out the tragedy of the Holocaust has touched you directly The agony of an entire fledgling nation, trying to survive international aggression while at the same time trying to work through such immense personal tragedy Like the author said, almost every family in the entire nation was dealing with the murder of at least one Gave me a different perspective of what it was like for a Jew to live through the war period, wondering for years whether you d ever see your family again, and then finding out the tragedy of the Holocaust has touched you directly The agony of an entire fledgling nation, trying to survive international aggression while at the same time trying to work through such immense personal tragedy Like the author said, almost ...

  9. says:

    Gripping from beginning to end To fully appreciate the tale which begins with the author s own personal story which is woven throughout the story, I recommend brushing up on what the Jews as a people endured during the holocaust The story does not go into Eichmann s trial...

  10. says:

    It s been a while since I ve been so moved by a book An exciting albeit sobering and somewhat depressing read Incredible book that reads like a movie one of those books you can t put down and you end up reading in one sitting.

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