Adolf Eichmann, also known as "The Master," was put in charge of organizing the Jews and sending them away to concentration camps. On Sunday, March 19th, 1944, Eichmann was standing in what would become one of many concentration camps; from there he led a long convoy of SS members into Hungary. As Eichmann and his men rolled along the trail, Hitler ordered troops of men to invade the capital city of Hungary and seize strategic positions. Eichmann was methodic in his annihilation of the Jews. First, he would isolate them. He would mark them with yellow stars so that they could not travel or use any form of communication as well as banning them from a number of occupations including civil service. After the isolation stage, he would collect every form of wealth owned by the Jews. From bank account to businesses all the way down to their ration cards, they would have nothing to leave behind. He would then remove the Jews from their homes and march them to a holding area where they would be kept before being shipped to the concentration camps.
Here is a preview of what you'll learn:
Learn how Eichmann was tracked in Argentina and brought to Israel in secrecy
Learn why Eichmann managed to escape for so long
Learn about how the Mossad (Israeli secret service) assisted in this mission
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