1947 -- Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal finds Eichmann's wife and three sons living in Austria. 1950 -- The Vatican issues Eichmann a refugee passport under the name Ricardo Klement. 1956 -- Dutch Fascist Willem Sassen interviews Eichmann in Argentina and tapes the conversation. 1957 -- The Israeli foreign office learns that Eichmann may be living in Argentina. April 1960 -- Mossad (see Vocabulary) concludes that Eichmann is indeed living in Buenos Aires. May 11, 1960 -- Israeli agents capture Eichmann. Two days later he signs a statement that he is willing to stand trial in Israel. May 23, 1960 -- Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion announces Eichmann’s capture. April 11, 1961 -- Eichmann's trial begins. June 20, 1961 -- Eichmann takes the stand. August 1961 -- The defense rests. December 11, 1961 – Eichmann is convicted of every major crime for which he was tried. December 15, 1961 – Eichmann is sentenced to death by hanging. May 31, 1962 -- Eichmann is hanged at midnight.
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