Argentina uncovers Eichmann pass





A student has found the passport used by Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann to enter Argentina in 1950.

The passport was issued by the Red Cross, in the Italian city of Genoa, under the name of Ricardo Klement.

The student found the passport among court documents while investigating Eichmann's capture in 1960 by the Israeli secret service.

He was tried and sentenced to death in Israel in 1962 for his role in mass killings of Jews during World War II.


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