Tap to unmute

The Nazi Hunter: Capturing the Architect of the Holocaust

  • Published on Dec 17, 2019 veröffentlicht
  • A thrilling true-crime story of how secret agent Zvi Aharoni hunted down one of the highest-ranking Nazi war criminals on the run in Argentina in 1960. Read more: www.theatlantic.com/video/ind...
    "The Driver Is Red" was directed by Randall Christopher (www.thedriverisred.com). It is part of The Atlantic Selects, an online showcase of short documentaries from independent creators, curated by The Atlantic.
    Subscribe to The Atlantic on Clip-Share: bit.ly/subAtlanticYT

Comments • 0

  • The Atlantic
    The Atlantic  Year ago +7

    The Atlantic Festival 2022 is here! Join the event on Clip-Share: clip-share.net/user/AtlanticLIVEvideo

  • Mary B
    Mary B 2 years ago +533

    This is so underrated, wonderfully written and animated, gave me chills.

    • KS
      KS 2 years ago +7

      If this gave u chills, youd be shocked when you hear about the Holodomor, and worse when you found out its architects

    • Blossom
      Blossom Year ago +8

      So incredibly powerful and heartbreaking. Couldn’t stop crying for hours after the first time I saw it. Wow. Awesome how a voice and artistic skills can communicate a small piece but very important piece of a horrific atrocity. Arguably the worst that’s ever been seen in the history of mankind. Especially when using such small and basic things as a human voice, a pen, some paper, a camera pull together an important moment in time.
      May God’s love pour down like rain over His chosen people. It’s heartbreaking to know a tiny bit of the devastating crimes on people simply for what they believe. I’m so very sorry for what has happened…all the unimaginable pain. Prayers for peace and love with all my heart ♥️ Love from the US.

    • Fred B
      Fred B Year ago +2

      Ditto. Well reasoned and well presented.

    • Fred B
      Fred B Year ago +4

      @Blossom oh! That is sad. We stand with Israel

    • John Hough
      John Hough Year ago +1

      Even at this remove the topic holds a terrible fascination. We can but admire the sheer dedication and effort that went into this event, and others like it. People keep parroting "Never again" as if they actually mean it ... but it will happen again. Has, and will; that's the nature of the beast.

  • aafster life
    aafster life 2 years ago +538

    Astonishing that just 15 yrs after a near decimation of an entire community, the same community had the resources and capability to mount this kind of operation.

    • Gertrude Bernadette
      Gertrude Bernadette 2 years ago +28

      I admire you jews people and i like you so much may you one day be able to understand that jesus christ is the messiah kiss youall

    • Giovanni Cervantes
      Giovanni Cervantes 2 years ago +64

      @Gertrude Bernadette very poor choice of words man insanely poor choice

    • Natural Light
      Natural Light 2 years ago +7

      Aafster life
      You know well who financed such rapid development.

    • Ashwin TS
      Ashwin TS 2 years ago +7

      The IQ

  • Tom Murt
    Tom Murt 2 years ago +155

    This is a powerful video. The emotions conveyed were spot-on for someone who was chasing an elusive monster.

    • examplenameyoutube
      examplenameyoutube Month ago

      He was not the only one architect of Holocaust.. It sounds like he was the only one. The Three Kings from Czechoslovakia did kill one.
      Note to say, even if eichman or heydrich were not the architects, someone else would be. The evil would choose someone else to act thought.

  • Lester Aizlewood
    Lester Aizlewood Year ago +14

    I was only 9 years old in 1960 and distinctly remember following this story in the newspapers and radio broadcasts. Eichmann was the face of the Nazi holocaust murders, but there have been many others who never got exposed and captured. The search continues ....

  • Tata Port Paras
    Tata Port Paras Year ago +59

    The narrator is very good. You can feel the pain in his heart while sharing his story.

  • Jane Doe 🧩
    Jane Doe 🧩 Year ago +8

    This was an astonishingly amazing plan. The animation is superb. His life story is heartbreaking, shocking & HEROIC. I'm so glad he found this monster. This fraudulent monster didn't deserve to live in a shack with his family. That was way too good for him. Thank you for this amazing history lesson.

  • FAITH 101 Alvin Bautista

    Riveting. An outstanding documentary, well written, illustrated and narrated. This is not just a cinematic work of art but also a vivid account of the capture of Eichmann in Argentina. The use of the cryptic title becomes clear as the story unravels. A masterpiece! Well done!

  • Argile
    Argile Year ago +34

    Thanks to all who made this documentary. Zvi was awesome. A hero.

  • it was jammer that clicked you

    Excellent work. Thank you showing and explaining such a dark place in our history. Well done !

  • Communist_Amoeba
    Communist_Amoeba Year ago +27

    The ending, the sheer amount of chills i get after every line spoken, this was a masterpiece

  • Robbo Robinson Hard Enduro & Adventure Media

    What an amazing turn of events and really well illustrated. Zvi would be proud!

  • Shadesofgrey
    Shadesofgrey Year ago +13

    Excellent illustration and narration. The entire episode was dramatic and gripping. A new way of presentation. Loved every bit of it. Thanks.

  • Guy Montag
    Guy Montag Year ago +18

    Even though I knew what had happened from reading and watching other accounts, the narration kept me on the edge of my seat. This telling was well paced and narrated.

    EVE ROBINSON 2 years ago +52

    I remember this trial. I was aged eleven. It began my journey into why do humans do such awful grotesque things to each other. It’s still happening today.

    • AnnaPxx
      AnnaPxx Year ago +6

      May 2022, and you are more right than ever unfortunately 😔

  • Gassebol
    Gassebol 3 years ago +169

    The nazis locked up families in barns and then asked the parents to get out but the children had to stay and then finally set fire to the barns. How evil and twisted can you get?

    • Patricia Colombini
      Patricia Colombini 2 years ago +34

      Psychopaths do this kind of thing.

    • The Firm
      The Firm 2 years ago +34

      That’s just the tip of the iceberg

    • Malcolm Canning
      Malcolm Canning Year ago +5

      Maybe if we had lost British soldiers would have been the bad guys

    • John Hough
      John Hough Year ago +9

      @Malcolm Canning Cynical comment ... but yes, history is written by the victors, always. In this instance I actually believe that the Third Reich was genuinely not nice.

  • Jane Popplewell
    Jane Popplewell 2 years ago +33

    Excellent documentary. The art work is fantastic. Kudos to those who produced this fine piece of work on one of the greatest demons of the Turd Reich.

  • chet732003
    chet732003 Year ago +14

    What it must feel like to be sitting right behind a person that was the chief architect of the Holocaust. Wow

  • Devon Zastre
    Devon Zastre Year ago +9

    This video was so well done. Perfect voice perfect narration. What an amazing gripping story.

  • Mayra Kop Jansen
    Mayra Kop Jansen 2 years ago +52

    With thanks to Simon Wiesenthal who never stopped having those criminals hunted down RIP Simon 🙏🙏🙏👏🏻👏🏻

    • Dimitrios Xanthos
      Dimitrios Xanthos 2 years ago +4

      Wiesenthal Center at Los Angeles!!!

    • Cyril Koop
      Cyril Koop Year ago +3

      Lol, even the Mossad hated Wiesenthal.

    • Ariadne's Child
      Ariadne's Child Year ago +4

      @Cyril Koop doesn't mean his historical value is lost.

  • Molon Labe
    Molon Labe 7 months ago +2

    Well done...both the video and bringing a murderer to justice.

    BROADWAY ENTERPRISES 2 years ago +14

    Zvi has such a wonderful story telling ability.

  • Leah 1 Tee
    Leah 1 Tee 2 years ago +14

    An extremely interesting and informative video. The animation is brilliantly done. Thank you.

    NUSA UNCOVERED 3 years ago +395

    I could listen to this narrator talk for hours and I still won't be bored, regardless of what he's talking about.

    • glenn lopez
      glenn lopez 2 years ago +4

      So true!
      Efficient narration, to be feared by those on the wrong side!
      What is disturbing is that this could be termed as revenge, a negative emotion!
      Today there are many who would say with authority, "you bring up these old issues!"
      Today there are those defaulters who seek revenge to justify their misdeeds ; a persistence of self righteousness!
      Anyone could be a Eichmann, because of their upbringing.
      He however he accepted his judgement (self realisation) which is why it was difficult to capture him!
      It is sad that Argentina had to be dragged into this which means it was more of nepotism than racial discrimination.
      As for the negative comments, perhaps they could explore their latent investigative talents in a positive way, or come out in the open!

    • David Edelen
      David Edelen 2 years ago +1


    • Peter Mosher
      Peter Mosher 2 years ago

      Knowthetruth What is bitchute? And how do I get on it?

    • Giovanni Cervantes
      Giovanni Cervantes 2 years ago +1

      Also the artstyle as well

    • Luiz Verdecanna
      Luiz Verdecanna 2 years ago +1

      @Peter Mosher Peter Mosher do me a favor where is Knowthetruth here in this thread.

  • Blossom
    Blossom Year ago +10

    So powerful. I was mesmerized with the delivery, artistic skill and content. My gosh it was sooo very powerful.I’m grateful that he was living in squalor taking a bus back and forth to work I suppose…and that his arrogance was shoved into the dirt with the way he was forced to live. Hiding like the rat he was.I applaud the incredible team that brought this monster to stand trial for all the world to see.And am incredibly happy isn’t the right word but I’m lost for the right words after seeing this.I’m something that turns my guts and then turns my hands to fists then ends with pride he was captured and brought to justice convicted and hung for the atrocities he committed. It sometimes doesn’t seem to be enough for what he did. I guess that’s where I believe God’s retribution comes in for this horrible horrible man coming out like the boogie man from the shadows forced to be seen in the light and he’s just a balding nothing of a man living with rats and an incredible evil inside of him. Now finally he is gone. I wish all the pain and death he brought could be wiped away with one brush stroke. But the pain he caused is still minds and hearts today. Please God
    pour your healing and blessings down like rain on God’s chosen people, the beauty of the Jewish people. And may He help us to rid the world of antisemites.I’m not German nor is my blood but I still feel so desperately sorry this was done it makes me physically sick.I offer my prayers and pledge to never allow anti Jewish speech or behavior in my presence and will take direct actions if I know of it any where around me and my family. I know it’s nothing a grain of sand but my sorrow, prayers and love are all I have to offer…. But I offer them with all of my heart. God bless His chosen, the precious, loving Jewish people and their incredibly strong faith. 🕊💙

  • Jenny Rust
    Jenny Rust Year ago +6

    Thankyou Simon for your hard work to bring down these criminals RIP SIR!💕

  • Matthew Barrett
    Matthew Barrett 10 months ago +1

    Incredible story with fantastic visuals, directed, written, illustrated, and animated by one man! 💪🏿Kudos Randall Christopher for bringing this history to life!!

  • Teri Kay
    Teri Kay 3 years ago +305

    I knew Peter Zvi Malkin personally. Nice old man, and he gave me his book Eichmann in my hands. He passed away the year later .

    • Daniel Mackay
      Daniel Mackay 2 years ago +6


    • John Morris
      John Morris 2 years ago +3

      Did you at least spit in his face?

    • Joyce Chisman
      Joyce Chisman 2 years ago +4

      @John Morris

    • Daniel Mackay
      Daniel Mackay 2 years ago +2

      @Vedo probably I just wanted to see what fake story he would make but he didn't respond

  • Angelina Samson
    Angelina Samson 2 years ago +25

    These people are so clever
    Tracking him down and capturing him
    I don’t know how this man managed to stay calm on the bus
    All those babies 👶
    May they rest in peace ❤️🙏❤️

    • Jonus Kul
      Jonus Kul 9 months ago +1

      Not clever but lucky AF someone accidentality met him there and give information then got lucky on the bus, on the escalation and on getting out of Argentina.

  • Jan Steen Andersen
    Jan Steen Andersen 3 years ago +268

    Animation is stunning, well done 👍🏼

    • Rafael Tudlong
      Rafael Tudlong 2 years ago +1

      No.theres another docu that said Adolf Hitler didnt died as said in this story.he died just the same in Argentina in 1963 bcoz of sickness.

    • The Firm
      The Firm 2 years ago +4

      @Rafael Tudlong I’ve heard this theory although there’s not much evidence supporting it

    • Rafael Tudlong
      Rafael Tudlong 2 years ago

      @The Firm there is mam.try searching about the last days of Adolf Hitler

  • Jose Barberena
    Jose Barberena 3 years ago +48

    What a great little doc. Very enjoyable even though I already know the story from start to finish this thing kept me interested. Nicely done.

  • Martin Killips
    Martin Killips Year ago +3

    Brilliant presentation with superb animated illustrations - love that minimalistic style. Wonderfully dramatic script too.

  • Sammy Buick
    Sammy Buick 3 years ago +53

    An incredibly well crafted production, a wonderful use of drawings and story board technique. I have never seen it done this way in telling a historical narrative like this one. Amazing and very well done. Brilliant.

    • Randall Christopher
      Randall Christopher 3 years ago +3

      thank you!

    • David Hollenshead
      David Hollenshead 3 years ago

      @Randall Christopher If you ever encounter a Holocaust Denier, keep this in mind:
      The images from Concentration Camp Liberations that were released by the Allied Forces were taken after a few days after the "clean up". The reality was that it was far more horrific than the footage that was released.
      My Prussian Jewish grandfather served in a US Army Field Hospital. One of the physicians my grandfather trained with in the US Army, lost it when they liberated the first camp. He put his 1911 in his mouth and went home, shortly after seeing what can never be unseen. His family was told that he was killed by a stray bullet from the front, which was a common way that many of Field Hospital Staff were killed...

    • Nagesh Lakinepally
      Nagesh Lakinepally 3 years ago

      @Randall Christopher Which software did you use?

    • Lady London
      Lady London 3 years ago

      David Hollenshead Gosh that's very sad. Must've been beyond traumatic for the liberators to live with what they witnessed in the camps, especially being so young. We just can't even imagine.

  • Mary MacDonald
    Mary MacDonald Year ago +1

    Very good history lesson. I liked the way they did the illustrations. Very good.

  • Euene Boadi Jumah
    Euene Boadi Jumah Year ago +3

    Great piece of artwork, crisp animation and an over the top voice over! Amazingly scripted🎉

  • Butch83
    Butch83 Year ago +11

    Remember his capture, trial and execution. I was 22 at the time, born just one day before the outbreak of WW2.

  • Gina Lollobrigida
    Gina Lollobrigida Year ago +4

    absolutely loved the animation, beautiful and atmospheric in its own way. i wish it would last longer, like 40min or smth.

  • Elizabeth Rose
    Elizabeth Rose 2 years ago +1

    It’s so sad what people can do…killed men, women and children. The handicap, undesirables and anyone they deemed underserving to live. God bless all of their victims.

  • Lesmes Boyenger
    Lesmes Boyenger Year ago +1

    I am so sorry about this so Sad History for All those involved in it !!! So Many Lives lost !!! To Mr. Randall Christopher, Congrats !!!

  • Eric Sierra-Franco
    Eric Sierra-Franco Year ago +7

    Eichmann technically wasn't the "architect" of the Holocaust. He was more like the bookkeeper of the Holocaust. Reinhard Heydrich was the actual architect of the Holocaust. Heydrich was subsequently assassinated by Czechoslovakian resistance fighters.

  • ohio 🇺🇲
    ohio 🇺🇲 2 years ago +4

    It's cool how he got caught. But what's really crazy is how if he had been a little more cautious he could've gone his entire life without being tried.

    • Noelle
      Noelle Year ago

      It’s incredible how uncautious they were allowed to be. Most other countries weren’t interested in bringing these people to justice and in fact sometimes recruited them. People act like Mengele was a genius for not getting caught, but 1) he had money (for a while, I was glad to see he went broke lol), 2) he actually kept his name! Seems like a lot of them did and even openly talked about what they’d done. Thanks, Peron (and others)!

  • T Moe
    T Moe Year ago +2

    Very well done. The illustration really made it work/brought it home, since there’s obviously no video of the operation.

  • DiewConklan
    DiewConklan 3 years ago +24

    Fantastic story telling and beautifully produced. Bravo to The Atlantic!

  • John Hough
    John Hough Year ago +2

    No histrionics, no BS ... just simple well narrated English.
    Well done, all concerned.

  • E M
    E M Year ago +1

    Better than any action movie on netflix!!......I had chills and anxiety listening to this story!

  • Anne Moshtael
    Anne Moshtael Year ago +1

    What a brilliant plan & carried out brilliantly!! Justice! Thank you all for sharing this story! God bless all!

  • Joseph Stokes
    Joseph Stokes Year ago +1

    Wow! What a bummer! Thanks for sharing and the very best of luck to all of us. It appears there will never be a shortage of evil in this world!

  • Maxley
    Maxley Year ago +2

    This here is beyond magnificent. I'm in awe. Thank you so much.

  • collegesuccess
    collegesuccess 3 years ago +4

    Excellently told. Many thanks!

  • Ralph Ochan
    Ralph Ochan 3 years ago +2

    Am grateful to the producers if this documentary.The world must never be allowed to forget the heinous crime committed by that group of sons of oerdition

  • Madashell1200
    Madashell1200 Year ago +2

    Its important we never stop telling these stories

  • ReTyphoon™
    ReTyphoon™ 2 years ago +40

    With the right director, this would make an amazing movie.

    • Y Jong
      Y Jong 2 years ago +7

      The movie is there already "operation finale"

  • Fitri Arfiani
    Fitri Arfiani 2 years ago +52

    I can imagine the pictures he's describing even my eyes are closed. Sounds like vintage radio doing story telling

  • Kato Battosai
    Kato Battosai Year ago +2

    Cutting a back note in half and telling the guy to only talk to people who can produce the other half was quite a smart move by them.

  • Kevin Louwers
    Kevin Louwers 2 years ago +7

    Love this video and how it's designed! Great stuff!

  • Hazardous Roo
    Hazardous Roo 3 months ago

    When he narrated about the only open seat and where it was, I got a chill right up my spine.

  • Luz Algarín
    Luz Algarín 2 years ago +6

    Thank you so much for sharing with me an infamous fragment of the Hitler's Nazi horrendous regimen.
    It must be a very sad odyssey to recount it.
    The crimes and cruelties committed against my sons and daughters, my fathers and mothers, my brothers and sisters hurt me deeply, regardless their ethnicity and nationality.
    In Isaiah 2: 4, Jehovah God, the Creator and Source of life, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, promises:
    "He will be judge among the nations and will settle matters in relation to many peoples. They will turn their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning shears. The nations will no longer raise their swords against each other and learn no more to wage war."
    My immediate neighbors are Jews and I am a Jehovah's Witness.
    Their hearts are superior than pure gold by far. They are extremely kind.
    The gentleman takes care of my trash can every Wednesday without my asking him to do so. They are lovely human beings, and they are not in need of the smallest improvement.

  • Levi •
    Levi • Year ago +3

    this is so well made, thanks for the great work

  • MB
    MB 2 years ago +5

    Excellent, unique documentary! I love the narrator.

  • anand parmeswaran
    anand parmeswaran 2 years ago +27

    @Zvi Aharani hats off to u for capturing a mass murderer and showing his true face to the World. Amen

  • Diogenes
    Diogenes 2 years ago +16

    I remember when he was captured, tried and sentenced to be hung. They could run but they would always be looking over there shoulders. Never forget.

  • Antisocial Atheist
    Antisocial Atheist Year ago +1

    This is a wonderful example of how justice prevails.

  • Jennifer  Tate
    Jennifer Tate  2 years ago +2

    Excellent! Fascinating! A top top top Nazi who DIDN'T get away. It must have been chilling to see Eichmann right there on that bus, fronting as an ordinary person living a simple life in Argentina, and knowing what he had done, I'm assuming like no one else on the bus, and that that man did it to Aharoni's own family and friends. I was so looking forward to the telling of the rest of the story in the same way, through narration and animation, all the way to the end. But it's still moving and very important. I never knew about this particular event.

    • Jennifer  Tate
      Jennifer Tate  10 months ago

      Henry F Grudziadz Please clarify what point you are trying to make. I'd like to respond.

    • Jennifer  Tate
      Jennifer Tate  10 months ago

      Henry F Grudziadz I do think that laws should be followed if they are righteous. But I must say that, compared to what Eichmann did, snatching him up was less than a jay-walking violation. And you sound a bit hostile. If so, why?

    • Jennifer  Tate
      Jennifer Tate  10 months ago

      Henry F Grudziadz Take care, stay safe. ✌

  • Leialoha silva
    Leialoha silva 3 years ago +41

    Who the hell disliked this video? This was awesome!

    DIETRICHCICCONE 3 years ago +32

    If there is such a thing as hell, these people are parked in a particularly unpleasant part of it.
    My grandfather was a psychiatrist who worked at a centre in Ireland (Co. Meath) which had taken in 120 Jewish orphans from Poland. They spent a while there to recuperate, but were all highly traumatised. I would love to know what happened to these kids...I know some were adopted.

    • Cool Boy
      Cool Boy 2 years ago +1

      I agree, the mossad agents are in the lower parts

  • Brian Saunders
    Brian Saunders 2 years ago +29

    Now that was very interesting and well narrated. Thank you

  • Oldies but Goodies!
    Oldies but Goodies! 2 years ago +5

    Eichmann was a Lieutenant Colonel...of the military personnel at Wannsee, only Langer was lower in rank. Eichmann helped with the organization of the Holocaust, but the architect, if pinned on any one man, was Heydrich.

  • Marc Thibodeau
    Marc Thibodeau 2 years ago +1

    Those are fascinating stories to people like me who never lived through a world war. The concept of accusing an officer at war for crimes he committed during the war after the war is completed seem so bizarre as the war itself is a crime against humanity. I guess there is some rules to be followed even during the war so it is good for the economy of some countries. Sad story.

    • Noelle
      Noelle Year ago

      Yes, it’s one reason Eichmann was such a key person to charge. He (and countless others, of course) specially worked on killing defenseless people as opposed to those who fought against actual armies.

  • arklat
    arklat 3 years ago +3

    Eichmann was the uncle of the mother of my best friend growing up.I wondered why he had a Boxer for a dog. All of the commands my friend used with his dog were in German. Unbelievable when he confided the truth to me.

  • progyan das
    progyan das Year ago +1

    Didn't attend the class where the professor discussed Eichmann's trial as the case study, this definitely helped.

  • Tom Innis
    Tom Innis 2 years ago +7

    What a brilliant and innovativative method of presentation.
    Thank you you too for your tenacity. Monsters should never be permitted to evade justice.
    Sadly, history continues to repeat itself; the CCP regime in China is a pre-eminent example right now . . .

  • Glen Danielsen
    Glen Danielsen 2 years ago +12

    Outstanding documentary. 💛🙏🏼

  • B Tres
    B Tres 2 years ago +5

    The animation style is fantastic! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

  • Caribbean Youth Plus Magazine

    amazing love this
    hope to see more illustrated like this

  • R.
    R. 3 years ago +1

    This was excellent and I thank you for sharing it with the world. Only one problem: the background music was way too loud, a problem with far too many Clip-Share videos.

  • Ruby Tuesday
    Ruby Tuesday Year ago

    Exceptional video! Very well done. Thank you so much. Subbed.

  • merlin sunde
    merlin sunde 3 years ago +60

    I know the history. i have seen the bullet proof enclosure in northern Israel. I read the book. nothing new here. Yet, a very very moving, emotional rendition that I watched, eyes wide, hardly breathing till the end. EVERYONE should see this!!! thank you.

  • Arash Khoshghadamnia

    what a narration. it is a masterpiece.

  • Sam Fisher
    Sam Fisher 3 years ago +469

    The crazy thing was how the Mossad smuggled him out of Argentina...it was like something out of Ian Flemming's novels. Incredible!

    • Ramesh Singh
      Ramesh Singh 3 years ago +10

      Thank u for your reply which made me to know the end of story of Adolf Eichmann.

    • Sam Fisher
      Sam Fisher 3 years ago +4

      @Ramesh Singh you're welcome :)

    • P. Charmin
      P. Charmin 3 years ago +7

      100%. There was such tension in that scene!

    • Natalie Scharf
      Natalie Scharf 3 years ago +4

      Ramesh Singh !

    • Natalie Scharf
      Natalie Scharf 3 years ago +2

      Sam Fisher o

  • Alan Flores
    Alan Flores Year ago

    I’m 5 minutes in & this is amazing, well done.

  • Ascrein
    Ascrein 7 months ago

    This guy was good. He hunted down a grave sinner who is responsible for the deaths of millions, all of whom owe this man a thank you.

  • Anna Tomasik
    Anna Tomasik 4 months ago

    Love the artwork ❤ truly beautiful with the story

  • Njoroge Fred
    Njoroge Fred 3 months ago

    I've been coming here over and over rewatching this masterpiece.

  • Karen Mahoney
    Karen Mahoney 9 months ago +1

    I really love those some of persons our judicial system labeled predators, and I started walking like that today. My grandmother's family was from Germany and she had strong muscles and physics was her favorite subject. I write this for calm, because my father responded to Joseph Goebbels killed his six children and himself." He doesn't respond to what I do, which is R.R. is our mastermind and not too alpha, but an alpha knows a situation like chess, where you can forgive one for being in the wrong place and use them later. When he said the Germans were too large, he thought he would have the luxury of analyzing their life in Mexico and the U.S. It's about the most famous Latin name, and Tommy who was Japanese agreed with me (on our size as workers or too large.) Of course, R.R. is tall for Latin, but he's getting rapid clicks. I like that. I see Haley Anderson on the sidebar, and I know we would be a dime a dozen too. You wouldn't understand about my father and I don't know about R.R., but it turned out to be true that women and children would die under the same treatment, and our relationships are formed, but in modern society there are unknown forces. So what I'm trying to say is I never knew the very extreme nature of my father's treatment, and he never knew about mine. It can be therapeutic because it's logical to understand that I must have had repeat doses of curare and neuroleptic. So it means there are things my mother did and the other doctors, because he was always considering his situation first. As a general rule, and alpha can rise and it seems to work.

  • Beecher Holtsclaw
    Beecher Holtsclaw 2 years ago +54

    One of the best, most satisfying stories I've ever heard.

  • Seb Hahn
    Seb Hahn 2 years ago +1

    As a German, I believe that there was not enough people arrested and trialed for the horrific crimes. To little was done and many of them got to live in freedom! 😬😬😬

    • Bill Whitacre
      Bill Whitacre 2 years ago +2

      Stop with the self loathing. You are an occupied nation, you were indoctrinated to hate yourself and nation.

  • Sasha Pillai
    Sasha Pillai Year ago

    Good documentary, The Evil doers have to pay for their heinous crime. I am pleased you successfully hunted him down. GOD bless you. Sir. 🙏💕👌

  • The Field Workshop
    The Field Workshop Year ago +1

    This an excellent production. The graphics and editing were perfect.

  • grimcity
    grimcity 2 years ago +41

    The agents are HEROES.

  • Kevin Needer
    Kevin Needer 2 years ago +49

    When I was 5years old I met a Jewish survivor. That was just over 50years ago now, but I still remember his number tattoo on his arm and he told me why he had it,I never forgot, it should never happen again.LEST WE FORGET

    • leanie
      leanie 2 years ago +1

      An acquaintance of a friend was whisked off to hospital suddenly (and unexpectedly). My friend was saddened and searching for news of him. I looked up his name, hoping that something might be mentionned. In horror, I read that he had died, and followed a link to his family. Several of his relatives had been transported to Bergin Belson (spell ?)in early 1945, and had died there. That is as close as I've ever come to knowing anyone who was touched by this terrible evil (and it wasn't very close at all)...my heart crashed shut and I felt light-headed and nauseated. For many years after that brief read, I could not watch anything Nazi related...nothing about WWII. Those poor, poor people !! OMG...I have a headache just reliving that glimpse. How has the world managed to keep on spinning ? How could anyone forgive ?

    • Ariadne's Child
      Ariadne's Child Year ago

      I met a lady in my craft group who described running from the Nazis as a child with her family. One night they took shelter on the verandah of a farm house and in the morning her little sister had died from exposure. She was not much older than the sister at the time and the sorrow on her face as she told me was hard to witness. So many children were traumatised beyond our understanding.

  • Charlie Chan
    Charlie Chan 15 days ago

    Excellent reporting. Many thanks and congratulations to the Mossad!

  • Sandra Madaris
    Sandra Madaris 2 years ago +5

    So amazing that this team was successful in capturing that monster! Have watched Operation Finale several times. God bless Israel!!!

  • Antisocial Atheist

    These brave men and women that hunted these traitors to humanity down are true heroes

  • The Mighty Thinghammer
    The Mighty Thinghammer 2 years ago +3

    That's a great story and a splendid presentation. Bravo. And it couldn't have happened to a nicer guy. I wonder how they avoided the urge (I'm sure they had one) to beat the piss out him in the car. I would have. Guess that's why I'm not in the Mossad

  • Kenman
    Kenman Year ago

    Outstanding! Absolutely brilliant!

  • Melu4ever Ngcamphalala
    Melu4ever Ngcamphalala 2 years ago +4

    This documentry is magnificent

  • christine azmi
    christine azmi 2 years ago

    Kudos to you and your fellow helpers!!!

  • Abigail Barfoot
    Abigail Barfoot 3 months ago

    This is a wonderfully narrated and animated video. I like the fact that it's a holocaust saviour who had to who is telling his story of how Adolf eichmann after evil and deplorable action as part of the third and one of the architects of the nazi's final solution for the Jews, Romani's, disabled, mentally ill, political prisoners, captured soldiers and one unworthy of be part of their so called eirian race.

  • Khursheed Tuli
    Khursheed Tuli Year ago +1

    Bless the soul of Zvi Aharoni

  • Marcia Tex
    Marcia Tex 3 years ago +10

    My grandfather on my fathers side fled to Canada after the world war.. I am part Russian thanks to him, I am also ojibway, Scottish and cree injun.. Whatever happened. I feel like my bloodline has done it all with how heavy the intergenerational trauma disorder is real in my fam.

    • mysty k
      mysty k 2 years ago

      How do you live your life feeling like a victim? Does it get tiring?

    • Marcia Tex
      Marcia Tex 2 years ago

      @mysty k i wouldn't know. You tell me since youre the psychiatrist.

    • mysty k
      mysty k 2 years ago

      @Marcia Tex you are the one using terms like intergenerational trauma disorder..not me. How does that make me a psychiatrist? Lol like seriously.. are you okay or is your "intergenerational trauma" affecting your thought process? Lol

    • Marcia Tex
      Marcia Tex 2 years ago

      @mysty k whatever your psychological bs is about. Leave me out of it. If you can't do your own research on the gravity of the issue within the indigenous communities even the ones within cities, on the street. Then you will never know. Hope you cut that toxic shit out. You breathe easier without it.