Argentina, Israel, and the Jews: Peron, the Eichmann Capture, and After Eugene L. Huddleston

ISBN: 9781883053727

Published: December 1st 2002

Hardcover

275 pages


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Argentina, Israel, and the Jews: Peron, the Eichmann Capture, and After  by  Eugene L. Huddleston

Argentina, Israel, and the Jews: Peron, the Eichmann Capture, and After by Eugene L. Huddleston
December 1st 2002 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 275 pages | ISBN: 9781883053727 | 6.25 Mb

Though Israel has always defined itself as a Jewish state with the obligation to defend Jews anywhere in the world, the interests of the State have not always coincided with those of the Argentinian Jewish community. A divergence of interests wasMoreThough Israel has always defined itself as a Jewish state with the obligation to defend Jews anywhere in the world, the interests of the State have not always coincided with those of the Argentinian Jewish community. A divergence of interests was already evident during the regime of Juan Peron (1946-1955), and problems reached a climax after the kidnapping of Adolf Eichmann in May, 1960 and his trial in Israel.

In this work, Raanan Rein explores the nature of Argentinas governments from 1947 to 1962 and their attitudes toward Israel and the local Jewish community. He treats the South American republics neutral stance during World War II and explains to what extent the country served as a safe haven for Nazi war criminals.



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