Adolf Eichmann

The dangers lurking in false portrayals of the Nazi official show why Holocaust films must be held to account.

June 29 2020 12:12AM

Even discussions about one of Israel’s most triumphant moments are bound to be colored by the ongoing struggle over the morality of its actions.

June 22 2020 12:01AM

The need is great for accurate cinematic portrayals of not only Eichmann, his capture and his trial, but of the Holocaust itself.

June 15 2020 12:37AM

To understand Eichmann, you have to see not his “banality” but how innovative and utterly committed he was as a bureaucrat.

June 8 2020 12:01AM

Sixty years ago, the infamous Nazi official was abducted in Argentina and brought to Israel. What really happened, what did Hollywood make up, and why?

June 1 2020 12:01AM

A new movie revives an old debate about the banality of evil and the perversity of brilliance.

Aug. 30 2018 12:01AM

A book that hasn’t lost its ability to appall.

Ruth Wisse
Feb. 23 2018 12:01AM

Norman Podhoretz and the question of Jewish passivity during the Holocaust.

Ruth Wisse
Nov. 27 2017 12:01AM

A tip from a German lawyer.

Andrew Nagorski
May 18 2016 12:01AM

He got it from Adolf Eichmann.

Edy Cohen
May 4 2016 12:01AM

Evil, but not so banal.

Jeffrey Herf
Nov. 11 2015 12:01AM

“We will sing to the Nazis what we cannot say to them.”

Matt Lebovic
June 2 2015 12:01AM

“The Führer occupied the god-shaped hole in what passed for the proud underling’s soul.”

Algis Valiunas
May 26 2015 12:01AM