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The Eichmann Trial Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2 Summary

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Chapter 2 Summary and Analysis

In chapter two, Eichmann's captors must next find a way to get him out of the country. He was given a fake passport and dressed as an El Al employee. An Israeli delegation was being flown to Tel Aviv in the El Al airplane and Harel made arrangements for Eichmann and his captors to be aboard. During the flight, the captain revealed Eichmann's identity. Several, including a mechanic who'd seen his parents and six-year-old brother die at the hands of the Nazis, began to cry. As soon as they arrived, Eichmann is taken to prison and Harel gives Ben-Gurion the news.

Argentina officials knew that Eichmann had been taken and were probably glad to have the Nazi officer out of their country, but once the news became public, they played the part of a wronged party. One Argentina official who defends the country's liberal policy...

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