I am grateful to Yaacov Lozowick, Walter Reich, and Jonathan Tobin for their responses to my essay in Mosaic, “The Truth of the Capture of Adolf Eichmann.” Where I wrote primarily about contemporary American perceptions of Eichmann as mediated by Hollywood, and about the Israeli accounts of his captivity on which these perceptions have come to be based, each of my respondents has widened the lens to take in broader subjects.
The Misrepresentation of the Past in the Cinema
The dangers lurking in false portrayals of the Nazi official show why Holocaust films must be held to account.
“We Were All Born in Jerusalem”: A Never-Before-Translated Speech by Menachem Begin
Menachem Begin and Neil Rogachevsky