A four-dvd set comprising THE HUNT FOR ADOLF EICHMANN, JOSEF MENGELE: THE FINAL ACCOUNT, THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MARTIN BORMANN, and ANGELS OF VENGEANCE.
Angels of Vengeance
For many, the war was not over in May 1945. Angels of Vengeance is the untold story of a small group of Jews who were determined to punish the perpetrators of the Holocaust. Under the leadership of Abba Kovner, a charismatic young poet and partisan, this band of avengers tracked down known Nazis and executed them without judge or jury. For the first time, these men and women tell how British and American Intelligence unwittingly provided them with information crucial to their campaign of retribution.
The Disappearance of Martin Bormann
In 1997, the District Attorney of Frankfurt consented to perform a DNA test on bones unearthed in 1973. This was to determine whether the remains were those of Martin Bormann, Hitler s right-hand man who allegedly disappeared at the end of World War II. With international focus on the return of this unsolved mystery, the film sifts through the rumors and theories and reveals possible answers to the question: what happened to Martin Bormann? The Disappearance of Martin Bormann explores the likelihood of a suicide and also presents new evidence suggesting a post-war life in Italy.
The Hunt for Adolf Eichmann
Narrated by Gregory Peck, this is an outstanding firsthand account by the Mossad agents who planned and implemented the covert ''Operation Eichmann.'' Shot on location in Austria, Germany, Italy, Argentina, England and Israel, the film uses a mixture of documentary techniques and dramatic reenactments to retrace Eichmann's escape route from Germany after World War II. Isser Harrel, the former head of Israel's secret service, recounts how his agents captured the Nazi fugitive and brought him to trial in Jerusalem. Adolf Eichmann, the architect of the Final Solution, was eventually executed by the High Court of Israel.
Josef Mengele: The Final Account
The eerie recording of Josef Mengele's singing from his Brazilian hideout is made public for the first time in the opening of this film. The warrant for the arrest of Auschwitz's ''Angel of Death'' was a catalogue of horror, yet Mengele managed to elude justice, living in isolation in South America. Josef Mengele: The Final Account looks back at the crimes and life of the SS doctor who sent 400,000 people to the gas chambers in the horrifying pursuit of racial purification.
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