"This book will be the standard for generations of historians who wish to study the fate of Hitler's followers who evaded justice for decades or escaped it altogether. Recommended." -- Library Journal
"Add[s] breadth and depth to our understanding." -- Wall Street Journal
"Nazis on the Run has been praised for its meticulous research. Historian Richard Breitman called the book 'The latest and broadest effort to dispel the fog of myths regarding the fate of Nazi war criminals after World War II. This is a work based on careful and impressively wide research; it is a reliable guide to a controversial and fascinating subject.'" -- History News Network
About the Author
is currently a Joseph A. Schumpeter Research Fellow at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University and Lecturer on Contemporary History at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.