|Collection||Lavine Collection of Eichmann Materials|
|Title||Steel And Bullet Proof Glass For Eichmann Dock|
Steel And Bullet Proof Glass For Eichmann Dock.
These workman in Jerusalem, Israel, are shown building the defendant's box that is to be used at the trial for genocide of Adolf Eichmann, the former Nazi official said to be responsible for the deaths of six million Jews in World War II. The lower part of the dock is in steel with wooden covering while the upper po[rtion] has a steel frame which will hold bullet proof glass windows. This is to guard against a possible attempt on Eichmann's life during the trial, which is to be held in Jerusalem in the near future. 26.1.61.
Eichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962
War crime trials
|Date||1961 January 26|
|Print size||20.5 cm x 15.5 cm|
|Caption||Steel and Bullet Proof Glass For Eichmann Dock|
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