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The trial of Adolf Eichmann

David Brinkley narrates this account of the trial in 1961 in Israel of the infamous Adolph Eichmann held responsible for deporting the Jews of Europe to Nazi concentration camps. It uses videotape of the original trial, interviews with courtroom witnesses, prosecutors, Israeli secret police, politicians and other key participants, and also dramatic readings of transcripts and accounts. Shows the importance of this trial as the first televised trial in history, and its importance to Holocaust survivors as the first trial for crimes against the Jewish people (not war crimes, as were the Nuremburg trials.

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  • "David Brinkley narrates this account of the trial in 1961 in Israel of the infamous Adolph Eichmann held responsible for deporting the Jews of Europe to Nazi concentration camps. It uses videotape of the original trial, interviews with courtroom witnesses, prosecutors, Israeli secret police, politicians and other key participants, and also dramatic readings of transcripts and accounts. Shows the importance of this trial as the first televised trial in history, and its importance to Holocaust survivors as the first trial for crimes against the Jewish people (not war crimes, as were the Nuremburg trials."@en
  • "In 1961, the televised trial of Nazi SS Lieutenant Colonel Adolf Eichmann by a Jerusalem court shocked the world. Eichmann, whose role in deporting the Jews of Europe to concentration camps had made him the target of a 15-year manhunt by Israeli agents, adopted the same defense as that of other Nazi's: he was just following orders. Actual trial footage, emotional recollections of trial witnesses and other key participants provide insight and contrasting perspectives of Eichmann's unsettling legacy. --Container."@en
  • ""In 1961, the televised trial of Nazi SS Lieutenant Colonel Adolf Eichmann by a Jerusalem court shocked the world. Eichmann, whose role in deporting the Jews of Europe to concentration camps had made him the target of a 15-year manhunt by Israeli agents, adopted the same defense as that of other Nazi's: he was just following orders. Actual trial footage, emotional recollections of trial witnesses and other key participants provide insight and contrasting perspectives of Eichmann's unsettling legacy. Hosted by renowned journalist David Brinkley"."
  • "Presents an account of the trial, following a 15-year manhunt by Israeli agents, of Adolph Eichmann, a key figure of the deportation of European Jews to concentration camps."@en
  • "Presents a complete account of the trial of Adolph Eichmann. Shows a detailed exposition of the events leading to the Holocaust as well as the tragedy of a man who thought obedience to an order exonerated him from responsibility for unbelievable crimes."

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  • "Documentary television programs"@en
  • "Trials, litigation, etc"
  • "Trials, litigation, etc"@en
  • "Documentary"@en
  • "Vidéo"

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  • "The trial of Adolf Eichmann"@en
  • "The trial of Adolf Eichmann"
  • "The trial of Adolph Eichmann"@en
  • "The Trial of Adolf Eichmann"