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Collection Lavine Collection of Eichmann Materials
Title Polish Jew Testifies Against Eichmann
Accession number 2015.2
Catalog Number 2015.2.58
Object Name Photograph
Description Picture By Radio. London Bureau. Polish Jew Testifies Against Eichmann. Jerusalem: Zvi Pachter, Polish Jew, Today's first prosecution witness to testifiy at the continued trial of Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem, pictured as he gave evidence this morning. He said that nearly 2,000 Jews were slaughtered by the Nazis in a death march in Poland in December, 1939. "We were some 2,000 when we started on the march" Pachter told the court. Israeli State prosecutor asked "And how many were you at the end." Pachter replied in a low voice "Very, very few. Perhaps not more than one hundred." Eichmann, former Nazi SS leader, is charged with the mass extermination of European Jews during World War II. 30th April 1961. United Press International.
Subjects Eichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962
War crime trials
Middle East--Jerusalem
Date 1961 April 30
Print size 23 cm x 18 cm
Caption Polish Jew Testifies Against Eichmann
Imagefile 005\2015258.JPG
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