Adolf Eichmann house and capture site

Adolf Eichmann house and capture site


Buenos Aires, Argentina (AR)
Eichmann was a German Nazi SS Officer and major organizer of the Holocaust. After Germany's defeat, Eichmann became a wanted man. He fled and eventually popped up in Buenos Aires in the late 1950's. On May 11, 1960 Eichmann was picked up by three Israeli Mossad agents and taken into custody. He was tried in Israel in 1961 and found guilty. He was hanged on May 31st, 1962.

The house is no longer standing, but there are remnants on the lot.
Eichmann was a German Nazi SS Officer and major organizer of the Holocaust. After Germany's defeat, Eichmann became a wanted man. He fled and eventually popped up in Buenos Aires in the late 1950's. On May 11, 1960 Eichmann was picked up by three Israeli Mossad agents and taken into custody. He was tried in Israel in 1961 and found guilty. He was hanged on May 31st, 1962.

The house is no longer standing, but there are remnants on the lot.
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