Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Eichmann's passport found in Argentina

An international mystery has been solved as Adolf Eichmann's passport was discovered in an archive in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The big question was how did Eichmann, one of Adolf Hitler's primary operatives in the execution of the Holocaust, escape to Argentina following World War II? With the discovery of the passport we now know the answer: it was the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva Switzerland who gave this mass murderer the necessary travel documents and assisted in his escaping justice. This of course opens a bunch of additional questions, not the least of which is who was this authorized by at the ICRC?

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