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OPERATION: LAST CHANCE is a campaign to bring remaining Nazi war criminals to justice by offering financial rewards for information leading to their arrest and conviction. To date the initiative has been launched in Germany, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Romania, Austria, Croatia, and Hungary.

Operation: Last Chance is a joint project of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and Targum Shlishi Foundation.

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Initial Findings of the Simon Wiesenthal Center's 2016 Annual Report on the Worldwide Investigation and Prosecution of the Nazi War Criminals – English version


Initial Findings of the Simon Wiesenthal Center's 2016 Annual Report on the Worldwide Investigation and Prosecution of Nazi War Criminals - Hebrew version


Full Text of Wiesenthal Center's 2015 Annual Report on the Worldwide Investigation and Prosecution of Nazi War Criminals (April 1, 2014-March 31, 2015)


LATEST NEWS

23, 01, 2017 - Als Stefanie Wattenberg 2014 am städtischen Gymnasium anfing, wusste kaum ein Schüler, dass es in Porta Westfalica während der Nazi-Zeit drei Konzentrationslager mit insgesamt mehr als 3.000 Häftlingen gab more...

22, 01, 2017 - It’s not every day that Lithuanian high school students block the entrance to their school to keep out their principal and demand the return to work of a beloved teacher who, in their opinion, was unfairly dismissed more...

16, 01, 2017 - WATERLOO — Six months after another legal setback, the federal cabinet won't say if it will give up trying to strip Helmut Oberlander of his citizenship for serving in a Nazi death squad more...

13, 01, 2017 - Alois Brunner, pravá ruka Adolfa Eichmanna, jedného z architektov holokaustu, zomrel v roku 2001 zavretý v špinavej kobke v Damasku more...

12, 01, 2017 - NEW YORK - Infamous Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner, who has been described as “Eichmann’s right-hand man,” spent his last years living under house arrest in a dank basement in Damascus, according to a new report more...

12, 01, 2017 - Paríž 12. januára (TASR) - Najhľadanejší nacista Alois Brunner, považovaný za pravú ruku Adolfa Eichmanna, zomrel v roku 2001 vo veku 89 rokov v sýrskom Damasku more...

12, 01, 2017 - En av verdens mest kjente naziforbrytere skal ha endt sitt liv med ti års fangenskap i en falleferdig og skitten kjeller i Damaskus more...

12, 01, 2017 - Austrian SS officer Alois Brunner, responsible deporting 125,500 Jews to Nazi death camps, reportedly died in a Syrian jail in 2001 • Brunner was believed to have been living in Damascus under government protection more...

12, 01, 2017 - Paris/Damaskus. Der NS-Kriegsverbrecher Alois Brunner soll nach Recherchen eines französischen Magazins 2001 unter elenden Bedingungen in Syrien gestorben sein more...

12, 01, 2017 - Prior to new report, Eichmann's right-hand man was thought to have died around 2010 in Damascus, where he lived for decades and advised Syria's then-president, Hafez Assad more...

12, 01, 2017 - Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner, responsible for the deaths of an estimated 130,000 Jews, died in 2001 at the age of 89, locked up in a squalid Damascus basement, a French magazine reported Wednesday more...

11, 01, 2017 - Paris/Damaskus - Er war einer der meistgesuchten NS-Kriegsverbrecher, verantwortlich für die Deportation von 128 500 Juden. Doch über Jahrzehnte konnte Alois Brunner sich der Justiz entziehen. Ein französisches Magazin berichtet nun, es habe das Rätsel um sein Ende gelüftet more...

11, 01, 2017 - One of the world's most wanted Nazi war criminals died in 2001 aged 89 after spending more than a decade incarcerated in a dilapidated Damascus basement, a French magazine has said more...

11, 01, 2017 - Paris/Damaskus (dpa) - Der NS-Kriegsverbrecher Alois Brunner ist nach einem französischen Medienbericht 2001 unter elenden Bedingungen in der syrischen Hauptstadt Damaskus gestorben more...

11, 01, 2017 - È quanto ha stabilito un'inchiesta. L'uomo era accusato di aver deportato oltre 128mila ebrei more...

11, 01, 2017 - PARIS: Alois Brunner, an Austrian SS officer found responsible for the World War II deportation of 125,500 European Jews to Nazi death camps, died in a Syrian jail cell in 2001, according to a report by two journalists published in France more...

11, 01, 2017 - Até agora, imaginava-se que Brunner, braço-direito de Adolf Eichmann, teria morrido por volta de 2010 em Damasco, para onde fugiu em 1954 more...

11, 01, 2017 - One of the world’s most wanted Nazi war criminals who invented the mobile gas chambers that sent 130,000 Jews to their death died in squalor -- but unrepentant more...

 

   

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