The Hunter: Autobiography Of The Man Who Spent Fifteen Years Searching For Adolf Eichmann

The Hunter: Autobiography Of The Man Who Spent Fifteen Years Searching For Adolf Eichmann

by Tuviah Friedman, David C. Gross

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THE SEARCH…THE CAPTURE…AND THE TRIAL OF HISTORY’S BLOODIEST MURDERER, ADOLF EICHMANN — BY THE MAN WHO TRACKED HIM DOWN

Tuviah Friedman-The Hunter of Adolf Eichmann

Here is the extraordinary story of the famous hunter who spent fifteen years searching for Adolf Eichmann, one of the most ruthless criminals the world has known. When the first Soviet troops entered Poland, young Tuviah Friedman, who had lost most of his family and seen many of his friends beaten to death, knew his chance to revenge himself on the Nazis was at hand. After his escape from a concentration camp, Friedman joined Polish security force charged with rounding up former commandants of slave labor and ghettos, and became a precocious and highly successful Nazi hunter. Had he not encountered anti-Semitic prejudices among the Poles, he might have remained in Poland and entered the new government that was then being formed. Instead, he proceeded to Vienna where he began his fifteen years search for Eichmann—a search
whose final chapter began to unfold in October, 1959. The rest is history. Tuviah Friedman’s story is the authentic account of the search for Adolf Eichmann. Friedman has documents, never known to exist, and has witnessed and participated in the crucial events of this story.

“An enthralling detective story and a self-portrayal of one man’s terrifying obsession.”—Life Magazine

“Eccentric? Fanatic? Dedicated Man? He is all three but his book is a fascinating one…”—The New York Times

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ISBN-13: 9781786251497
Publisher: Normanby Press
Publication date: 11/06/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 326
File size: 954 KB

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