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Simon Wiesenthal, the Nazi Hunter

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Simon Wiesenthal, the Nazi Hunter

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Simon Wiesenthal, the Nazi Hunter

Sunday 23 October
3pm

$12 per person

Join us at the Museum to hear Dr. Racheli Kreisberg tell the history of her grandfather, Simon Wiesenthal, also known as the “Nazi Hunter”.

Dr. Kreisberg has been commemorating her grandfather since he passed away in 2005. In this talk, she will acquaint us with his work and the incredible legacy he left the world: humanism, tolerance, and the pursuit of justice.

Simon Wiesenthal (1908–2005) devoted his life to bringing Nazis and their collaborators to justice. Known as the “Nazi Hunter”, he did not forget the horrors of the Holocaust or the memory of his 89 murdered family members. He advocated for justice in the name of the six million Jews who were killed. He set out on an international pursuit of the Nazis wherever they were hiding. Among others, he was involved in locating Eichmann in South America and provided Mossad with valuable intelligence which enabled the kidnapping of Eichmann and bringing him to trial in Israel.

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