Judgment Day

December 1961
Time;12/22/1961, Vol. 78 Issue 25, p27
The article focuses on the decision presiding Judge Moshe Landau about the case of Adolf Eichmann, in which he told the accused that the court finds him guilty. It states that he was guilty on all 15 counts of several crimes including crime against humanity, war crimes, and membership in Nazi organization. According to Eichmann, his guilt dwells in his respect for discipline, obedience, and loyalty to the service.


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