The German Who Was the Key to Mossad’s Capture of Eichmann Finally Revealed

Without German geologist Gerhard Klammer, the Nazi war criminal never would have gone to trial

Ofer Aderet
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A German geologist who worked with Adolf Eichmann at a construction company in Argentina was the person who provided the key information that allowed the Mossad to capture Eichmann, the German paper Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported Friday.

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