Tuesday, May 29, 2007

The Red Cross-issued passport used by high-ranking Nazi Aldolf Eichmann as he escaped to Argentina after World War II has been turned over to the Holocaust Museum in Buenos Aires after a judge stumbled up it in a musty court file.
To be fair, keep in mind that it's not as if the passport read: Adolf Eichmann, Genocidal Killer...
The passport, on a single page of cardboard fold in three parts, bears the photograph of Eichmann and the neatly hand-lettered alias Ricardo Klement. It also bears the French words Comite International De la Croix-Rouge and a stamp of its Genova, Italy, delegation.
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