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Eichmann Before Jerusalem

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Translator  Ruth Martin
ISBN  978-3-7160-2669-4
Copyright date  2014
Country  Switzerland

Language  German
Author  Bettina Stangneth
Published  2011
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Original title  Eichmann vor Jerusalem – Das unbehelligte Leben eines Massenmörders
Subjects  The Holocaust, Psychology, Human behavior
Similar  Eichmann in Jerusale, The Guardians: The Leag, Becoming Eichmann, The mascot, Berlin diaries - 1940‑1945

Bettina stangneth eichmann before jerusalem


Eichmann Before Jerusalem: The Unexamined Life of a Mass Murderer (German: Eichmann vor Jerusalem – Das unbehelligte Leben eines Massenmörders) is a 2011 book by Bettina Stangneth. It challenges Hannah Arendt's portrayal of Adolf Eichmann in Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil as an unintelligent and thoughtless bureaucrat. Stangneth proposes that Eichmann's actions were the results of intentional, well-thought-out decisions of a man who strongly subscribed to Nazi ideology and who took pride in his actions.

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