May 05, 2016

Bringing Nazi criminals to justice has been a counter-cultural pursuit, both immediately after the war and today

As Germany closes the book on Shoah-related trials, author Andrew Nagorski probes a seven-decade saga in his new book, ‘The Nazi Hunters’



May 05, 2016

Andrew Nagorski writes an exhaustive account of those who continue to go after Nazi war criminals.

Seven decades after the end of World War II, at least one Nazi hunter remains active.

For a campaign called Operation Last Chance, Efraim Zuroff, the director of the Israel...

May 02, 2016

Andrew Nagorski’s latest book, The Nazi Hunters, (Simon & Schuster) will be released in May with several events in New York City. Nagorski, EWI’s  former vice president of communications and public policy, will speak at the Overseas Press Club of America, 747 Third Ave., on May 18,...

April 27, 2016

Major Wilhelm Trapp, who led of one of the most notorious Nazi killing squads in Poland, once said to his driver, “If this Jewish business is ever avenged on earth, then have mercy on us Germans.”

Most Nazis never did meet justice on this earth. That even a few did is largely...

April 18, 2016

Centerpiece Film at the Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival: The People vs. Fritz Bauer

Philadelphia Premiere
Date: Monday, April 18
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Kimmel Center for Performing Arts

December 04, 2015
Jewish News

KAITY KLONOWSKI | Special to Jewish News 

The 1920s and 1930s were key to Adolf Hitler’s rise to power and “if people had been paying attention during those two decades, this whole thing – the entire Holocaust – could have been prevented,” author Andrew Nagorski told an...

May 05, 2015

West Point, NY On May 1 Andrew Nagorski, a renowned author and journalist, and a former foreign correspondent and editor for Newsweek, gave an engaging presentation on Jan Karski at the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point, NY, at the...

January 02, 2015

Airing several time this week on the Smithsonian Channel, the documentary based in large part on the book, "The Greatest Battle," where Andy provides commentary throughout the film.

October 21, 2014

There’s a typical path for the people who consider themselves readers.

The first milestone, after ABCs have been learnt, is the time when fifth graders start reading eighth grade level work to maximize AR Reading points – this is the time of “Wind in the Willows,” “Harry Potter,” and for...