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This is viewer supported news As head of the Gestapo office for Jewish affairs, Adolf Eichmann organized transport systems which resulted in the deportation of millions of Jews to extermination camps across Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe. Eichmann
Kikuo Johnson Adam Kirsch Few controversial books remain controversial 50 years after they were published. But the storm of indignation that greeted Eichmann in Jerusalem when it appeared in the pages of The New Yorker, and then in book form, has not
Past allegations of Israeli spying in neighboring countries have been dismissed...The Mossad has been responsible for many daring operations in the past including the capture of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann.
An Incredible Story of Holocaust Survival" at 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, (Rooms A145/152), traces the two-day massacre of more than a third of the Jewish population in Latvia in 1941. Director Mitchell Lieber will introduce excerpts and there will be
Banksy departed from his standard stencil motif for today's work, the 29th in his ongoing series around New York City. According to Gothamist , the artist picked up a canvas depicting a landscape from the Housing Works thrift shop on East 23rd Street.
Margarethe Von Trotta's new film on the philosopher Hannah Arendt is out, and suddenly the banality of evil', the phrase she made so famous, is back in current usage. The tragic events in Nairobi last week inevitably invoked more mention of evil.
Hannah Arendt was a wildly original thinker, but Hannah Arendt is a deeply conventional film...One thing Hannah Arendt does right is make sure the searching intelligence or as she calls it, passionate thinking of its title character comes through.
Remember that brief, exciting period last year when Woody Allen sightings were being breathlessly reported on 'round town, particularly in the Mission? Here's your chance to see Allen's take on San Francisco (it ain't exactly glossy) in Blue Jasmine ,
Barbara Sukowa speaks as Hannah Arendt in Margarethe von Trotta's film of the same name, about the German-Jewish political theorist and philosopher. She is not talking about Adolf Eichmann, the Nazi official whose 1961 trial Arendt covered to such
However you choose to characterize her work, the absorbing new film "Hannah Arendt" finds the living pulse in it, and Barbara Sukowa's performance in the title role is the kind that reverberates long after the screen goes black. Director Margarethe