Alois Brunner the last Nazi : getting away with mass murder / J and L Productions in association with Cinevision USA
- Projected medium
- Waltham, MA : National Center for Jewish Film, c2006
Alois Brunner, was responsible for sending more than 128,500 European Jews to death camps across Europe during the Holocaust. One of the most notorious Nazi war criminals still alive, Brunner has been living in Syria since 1959. France intends to try him in absentia for crimes against humanity in the fall of 2000. Includes an extensive interview with Gunther Deshner, the last journalist to have questioned Brunner at his home in Damascus. Also includes an extensive interview with Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld.
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