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|Named Person:||Adolf Eichmann|
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|Description:||ix, 319 p.|
|Contents:||Table of contents: 1) True national priorities. 2) "There's never been anything like it ...". 3) Ben-Gurion, an enigma. 4) Ben-Gurion's people and questions of logistics. 5) Architects of the investigation. 6) Six million prosecutors. 7) "Here we are": the witnesses --
a group profile. 8) Problems for the justice minister. 9) The rationale behind the judgment. 10) The Holocaust survivors: the new Israelis. 11) The young Israelis: children of the Holocaust survivors. 12) Israelis in the making: the Eichmann trial and Israel's Sephardi community. 13) The Eichmann trial and the educational establishment. 14) "The Holocaust has happened now": the Eichmann trial and perception of the Shoah. 15) A show trial?. 16) Conclusion: a generation later