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Transcripts from Adolf Eichmann trial

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    Documents, mimeographed, from the trial of Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem, 1961. Includes text of the opening address by the prosecution (Gideon Hausner), and minutes of sessions 15 and 16 of the trial. The documents were collected by Michel Levant, while he was an observer at the trial. Levant's family had emigrated from France prior to the German invasion in 1940, and he later served in the United States Air Force, attaining the rank of Brigadier General, and was on active duty with the Air Force while he was observing the Eichmann Trial.
    creation:  1961
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Michel Levant

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    1 folder

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    Gift of Michel Levant, 2016.
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