According to Yad Vashem—the Israel Holocaust Museum—nothing rivals the Eichmann trial as a milestone and turning point, whose impact is evident to this day. In 1961, one of the world's most notorious war criminals sat in a courtroom for a trial that would be among the first in history to be completely televised. The trial brought the Holocaust into the historical, educational, legal and cultural discourse, not only in Israel and the Jewish world, but in the consciousness of all peoples of the world. It extended the legal precedent set by the Nuremberg trials which placed personal responsibility on the perpetrators of genocide and crimes against humanity. This is the story of the hunt for, capture, kidnapping and trial of the man who had been in charge of transporting millions of European Jews to death camps.
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Well Summit at Brooklyn EXPO Center
Fri | Time Varies
The WELL Summit is all about empowering you to live your healthiest and most fulfilling life, both personally and professionally. We practice 360° Wellness, looking at wellness from a holistic standpo...
Little Feat 50th Anniversary at Garcia's at The Capitol Theatre - Port Chester
Fri | 8PM
18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. This year marks Little Feat's Fiftieth (Golden) Anniversary and yes, they remain a golden and possibly the last example of what used to be t...
Open Rehearsal at David Geffen Hall
Fri | 9:45 AM
All Open Rehearsals are "working" rehearsals and therefore the program may not be played in its entirety. Additionally, we cannot guarantee the appearance of any soloist at an Open Rehearsal....