eichmann eichmann  /ˈaɪk mən/

Definition(s):

  • (n) Austrian who became the Nazi official who administered the concentration camps where millions of Jews were murdered during World War II (1906-1962)

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  1. NO NUANCE TO BE FOUND IN ONE-SIDED ‘HANNAH ARENDT’

    “Hannah Arendt” is hagiography of the most egregious kind. It makes “Lincoln” look like a smear job. It focuses on the early 1960s, when the German-born philosopher left her New York home to observe the Jerusalem trial of the Nazis’ Jew-deportation chief, Adolf Eichmann, and wrote it up for The New Yorker.
    on July 5, 2013     Source: U-T San Diego

  2. Thieves snatch 27 American flags from Harrison Boulevard

    "Oh, we're just so disappointed," said Harrison Boulevard resident Shelley Smith Eichmann. "It was a let-down this morning when all the flags were missing."
    on July 5, 2013     Source: KBOI-TV Boise

  3. Thieves steal 27 American flags from Harrison Blvd.

    BOISE - Twenty-seven American flags from Boise's North End are missing, stolen and police don't have a lot to go on. "Don't know if it was a prank or not, but to take all 27 flags, it boggles the mind. Yep, we were just blown away,” said David Eichmann and Shelley Smith-Eichmann. Several people who live along historic Harrison Boulevard woke up Thursday morning to see the flags missing. What's ...
    on July 4, 2013     Source: KTVB Boise

Quotes

  1. "I said that then based on my knowledge at the time, but by 1991 when I came across the Eichmann papers, I wasn't saying that anymore and I wouldn't say that now," Irving told the court.
    on Feb 20, 2006 By: David Irving Source: BBC News

  2. "Mengele was living in Buenos Aires at the same time as Eichmann. We discovered Eichmann first and we later found Mengele," Mr Eitan said.
    on Sep 1, 2008 By: Rafi Eitan Source: NEWS.com.au

  3. In Eichmann in Jerusalem, Hannah Arendt wrote, "The trouble with Eichmann was precisely that so many were like him, and that the many wereneither perverted nor sadistic, that they were, and still are, terribly and terrifyingly normal."
    on Jul 24, 2008 By: Hannah Arendt Source: OpEdNews

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