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Elusive Justice: The Search for Nazi War Criminals
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Although approximately one thousand Nazi officials were convicted of crimes against humanity during the Nuremberg Trials, hundreds of thousands of perpetrators escaped and went on to live normal lives. They held jobs, ran businesses, raised families, and in some cases, lived to a ripe old age. Some are still alive today. "Elusive Justice" is an eye-opening documentary, written and directed by Jonathan Silvers and expertly narrated by Candice Bergen. Silvers shot footage in eight countries over three years, in which he exposes the shameful truth about the reluctance of the Allies to capture and punish those who committed crimes against humanity.
How can this be? We learn from commentary by historians, Holocaust survivors, attorneys, politicians, and military officials that: 1) The Allies were more interested in fighting communists than they were in prosecuting Nazis, some of whom had scientific knowledge that Americans needed. 2) Members of the clergy helped Nazis escape to South America with forged American Red Cross passports. 3) The Argentinean government provided a safe haven to Nazis, who gladly taught the dictators brutal techniques of imprisonment and torture.Read more ›
I no it was war time but for the way the allies let them go free was amazing
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I'm a history major , this is a decent documentary about hunting the Nazi Scum that have gotten away with Murder!
Most of them are dead now and burning in Hell. Read more
Very interesting documentary. I'm basically familiar with the subject but the show filled in a lot of details that I didn't understand.Published 3 months ago by J. Riley
It was very informative, especially about the Vatican helping Nazi war criminals immigrate to Argentina.Published 7 months ago by David Rowe
Many of the stories are powerful in this documentary, but the narratives are not linked in a compelling way and the film making is less than the subject matter deserves. Read morePublished 7 months ago by william reed