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Eichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962

LC control no.n 50036722
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingEichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962
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Variant(s)Krumey, Richard, 1906-1962
Clemente, Ricardo, 1906-1962
Rudiger, Hans, 1906-1962
Klementz, Richard, 1906-1962
Klementz, Ricardo, 1906-1962
Steinburg, Kurt, 1906-1962
Eichmann, Karl Friedrich, 1906-1962
Eichmann, Adolf Friedrich, 1906-1962
Ajhman, Adolf, 1906-1962
Klement, Rikardo, 1906-1962
Eichmann, Karl Adolf, 1906-1962
Aikhman, Adolf, 1906-1962
Ėĭkhman, Adolʹf, 1906-1962
Eichmann, Adolph, 1906-1962
Eichmann, Otto Adolf, 1906-1962
אייכמן, אדולף, 1906-1962
אײכמאן, אדאָלף, 1906-1962
See alsoMinute taker of: Wannsee-Konferenz (1942 : Berlin, Germany)
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Other standard no.0000000121251608
Associated placeBerlin (Germany)
LocatedBuenos Aires (Argentina)
Birth date1906-03-19
Death date1962-05-31
Place of birthSolingen (Germany)
Place of deathRamlah (Israel)
Field of activityNazis Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
AffiliationNationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Schutzstaffel. Sicherheitsdienst
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Found inEichmann, man of slaughter, 1960.
Man, P. Aikhman be-yadai! c1983: p. 9 (Adolf Aikhman)
6,000,000 obvini︠a︡i︠u︡t, 1961: t.p. (Ėĭkhmana) p. 5 (Adolʹfa Ėĭkhmana)
Adolph Eichmann, the secret memoirs, 2002?: credits (Adolph Eichmann)
English Wikipedia website, viewed June 26, 2012 (Otto Adolf Eichmann (Mar. 19, 1906-May 31, 1962) was a German Nazi SS-Obersturmbannführer (Lieutenant Colonel) and one of the major organizers of the Holocaust; Born: March 19, 1906, Solingen, German Empire; Died May 31, 1962 (aged 56); Ramla, Israel)
New York times, Jan. 21, 2022: in an article entitled, "Chilling reminders of Nazi blueprint for murder" on the front page (Wannsee Conference; On Jan. 20, 1942, 15 high-ranking officials of the Nazi bureacracy met in a lakeside villa in Wannsee, on the western edge of Berlin. There was only one point on the agenda: "The organizational, logistical and material steps for a final solution of the Jewish question in Europe." Planning the Holocaust took all of 90 minutes; The host on that January day was Reinhard Heydrich, the powerful chief of the security service and the SS; the men Heydrich invited were senior civil servants and party officials. Most of them were in their 30s, nine of them had law degrees, more than half had Ph.D.s.; Adolf Eichmann, head of the department for "Jewish affairs and eviction" in the Interior Ministry, who would later organize the deportations to the death camps, was asked to take minutes at the meeting)
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