May 10, 2016

What Nazi Hunters Reveal About the Way We See History

Lily Rothman, Time

A new book goes inside a chapter of history that's about to end

As trials of former Nazis wend their way through the German legal system, ...

May 10, 2016

After the Nuremberg trials concluded and the Cold War began, most of the victors in World War II turned their attention elsewhere, too preoccupied to finish prosecuting Nazi war criminals. Lower-ranking Nazi officials blended in with the rest of Europe as people across the continent embarked...

May 10, 2016

There is a Zelig-like quality to Andrew Nagorski’s “The Nazi Hunters.” More often than not, in a saga spanning decades and continents, Nagorski has been there, interviewing the men and women pursuing the worst villains of the Holocaust.

Many of the stories he recounts, from the long-...

May 06, 2016

Andrew Nagorski’s The Nazi Hunters comes at a significant point, at the juncture between living memory and the historical record. Death, rather than the courts, now claims the last Nazi criminals — as well as those who labored for decades to bring them to justice.

Nagorski has...

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 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 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...