Eichmann before Jerusalem—Insights into the mind of a Mass Murderer

Although he was not part of the highest leadership circle, Adolf Eichmann became known as the “architect of the Holocaust.” Who was this man? Did he really just represent the “banality of evil” as author Hannah Arendt so famously expressed it? Or was he indeed a fanatical and utterly brutal Nazi, as recent historical research suggests? Join German Historian Anette Isaacs for a compelling discussion of the decade Eichmann spent in Buenos Aires, which will reveal crucial insights into the mind of one of the world’s most callous mass murderers.