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Operation Finale 2018: How Israel Captured Nazi War Criminal Adolf Eichmann

One of the Mossad’s finest hours is back on cinema screens this week when “Operation Finale” opens in the United States. The thriller recreates its successful abduction of Adolf Eichmann to Israel from the streets of Buenos Aires in May 1960, with Ben Kingsley playing the Nazi war criminal who was one of the chief architects of the Holocaust.

Operation Finale 2018

Operation Finale 2018

Who was Eichmann, and why was his abduction headline news around the world? Haaretz has reportedly extensively on the subject over the years, including details of Operation Finale, the 1961 trial in Jerusalem, Eichmann’s legacy in Israel and even previous attempts to capture him.

Operation Finale 2018

The El Al Stewardess Who Helped Capture Eichmann. In 2010, the Israel State Archives published over 100 documents related to the Eichmann abduction – although some details remained state secrets. One of the biggest revelations was the war criminal’s own thoughts on how the Mossad’s daring operation was conducted.

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The El Al Stewardess Who Helped Capture Eichmann. In 2010, the Israel State Archives published over 100 documents related to the Eichmann abduction – although some details remained state secrets. One of the biggest revelations was the war criminal’s own thoughts on how the Mossad’s daring operation was conducted.

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Israeli citizens were stunned by the news of Eichmann’s capture. But while most celebrated his being brought to trial, there was one man who questioned its political purposeWriter Ora Herman explored the connections between the Eichmann trial and Israel’s relations with West Germany with a book on the subject, specifically Israel’s attempts to defend itself against another Holocaust