Simon Wiesenthal survived the concentration camps of the Nazis. He began his documentation of  atrocities and war crimes at the end of the war and became known as the Nazi hunter. Weisenthal opened the Jewish Historical Documentation Center to assemble evidence for future trials of Nazis. Wiesenthal never relaxed in his pursuit of the former Nazis. “When history looks back,” Wiesenthal said, “I want people to know the Nazis weren't able to kill millions of people and get away with it.”

Simon Wiesenthal survived the concentration camps of the Nazis. He began his documentation of atrocities and war crimes at the end of the war and became known as the Nazi hunter. Weisenthal opened the Jewish Historical Documentation Center to assemble evidence for future trials of Nazis. Wiesenthal never relaxed in his pursuit of the former Nazis. “When history looks back,” Wiesenthal said, “I want people to know the Nazis weren't able to kill millions of people and get away with it.”

Simon Wiesenthal, KBE (31 December 1908 – 20 September 2005) was an Austrian Jewish Holocaust survivor who became famous after World War II ...

Simon Wiesenthal, KBE (31 December 1908 – 20 September 2005) was an Austrian Jewish Holocaust survivor who became famous after World War II ...

the fifth estate: Nazi Hunter Simon Wiesenthal : Know Thy Neighbour (1980)

the fifth estate: Nazi Hunter Simon Wiesenthal : Know Thy Neighbour (1980)

The Museum of Tolerance Mutimedia Learning Center Online: "A comprehensive resource on the Holocaust and World War II, with over 3,000 text files, and tens of thousands of photos."

The Museum of Tolerance Mutimedia Learning Center Online: "A comprehensive resource on the Holocaust and World War II, with over 3,000 text files, and tens of thousands of photos."

Simon Wiesenthal Center

Simon Wiesenthal Center

Simon Wiesenthal (AP-PHOTO) We Can Still Learn From Anne Frank in the 21st Century

We Can Still Learn From Anne Frank in the 21st Century

Simon Wiesenthal (AP-PHOTO) We Can Still Learn From Anne Frank in the 21st Century

Simon Wiesenthal Center-- (often abbreviated SWC) with headquarters in Los Angeles, California, United States, was established in 1977 & named for Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal.[1] According to its mission statement, it is "an international Jewish human rights organization dedicated to repairing the world one step at a time. The Center's multifaceted mission generates changes through the Snider Social Action Institute and education by confronting antisemitism, hate and terrorism, promoting…

Simon Wiesenthal Center-- (often abbreviated SWC) with headquarters in Los Angeles, California, United States, was established in 1977 & named for Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal.[1] According to its mission statement, it is "an international Jewish human rights organization dedicated to repairing the world one step at a time. The Center's multifaceted mission generates changes through the Snider Social Action Institute and education by confronting antisemitism, hate and terrorism, promoting…

Document under the name of Ricardo Klement that Adolf Eichmann used to enter Argentina in 1950

Document under the name of Ricardo Klement that Adolf Eichmann used to enter Argentina in 1950

Simon Wiesenthal helped catch some of the main Nazi war criminals such as Franz Stangl

Simon Wiesenthal helped catch some of the main Nazi war criminals such as Franz Stangl

Simon Wiesenthal dies September 20, 2005 after many years of trying to catch Nazis

Simon Wiesenthal dies September 20, 2005 after many years of trying to catch Nazis

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Virtual Exhibits - Simon Wiesenthal Center Multimedia Learning Center

Virtual Exhibits - Simon Wiesenthal Center Multimedia Learning Center

Simon Wiesenthal's press card: Trained to be an architect, he weighed less than 100 lbs and was barely liberated from Mauthausen when he offered his help to the Allies, coming up with a list of nearly 100 Nazi war criminals.

Simon Wiesenthal's press card: Trained to be an architect, he weighed less than 100 lbs and was barely liberated from Mauthausen when he offered his help to the Allies, coming up with a list of nearly 100 Nazi war criminals.

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