Written Off As a Provincial Bumpkin, Helmut Kohl Went on to Create Modern Europe

In the 16 years he served as Germany's Chancellor, Helmut Kohl notched historic achievements while consistently outwitting those who underestimated him.

Journalist lectures on the trying Nazis after World War II

The Brother John G. Driscoll Professorship in Jewish-Catholic Studies welcomed journalist Andrew Nagorski to lecture about his book entitled "The Nazi Hunters” in Romita Auditorium on Wednesday.

Dr. Elena Procario-Foley, the director of Jewish-Catholic studies, introduced Nagorski as an award-winning journalist and foreign correspondent and editor for Newsweek. He also served as the vice president and director of public policy for the EastWest Institute in international affairs.

NASZ WYWIAD: Nagorski: "Nawet najstarszych nazistów należy osądzić dla pamięci ich ofiar i świadomości przyszłych pokoleń"

NASZ WYWIAD: Nagorski: "Nawet najstarszych nazistów należy osądzić dla pamięci ich ofiar i świadomości przyszłych pokoleń"

Historię należy przypominać, aby ludzie ją zrozumieli, pamiętali, wyciągali z niej wnioski na przyszłość i nigdy już nie popełnili zbrodni, jakie wydarzyły się podczas II wojny światowej

— mówi w rozmowie z portalem wPolityce.pl Andrew Nagorski, amerykański dziennikarz polskiego pochodzenia, autor książki „Łowcy nazistów”.

Los justicieros del holocausto

Con los grandes nombres del aparato nazi condenados en los juicios de Nuremberg, los gobiernos vencedores perdieron interés por apresar a los restantes.

Temple Bet Yam to host award-winning author

In remembrance of Yom Hashoah, (the Holocaust) Temple Bet Yam will host award-winning author and journalist Andrew Nagorski for a discussion of his lastest book “The Nazi Hunters.”

The program will be at 2 p.m. April 23 at Temple Bet Yam, 2055 Wildwood Drive.

Nagorski, who now lives in St. Augustine, was a Newsweek bureau chief in a succession of European capitals.

His most recent books, “Hitlerland: American Eyewitnesses to the Nazi Rise to Power” and “The Nazi Hunters” have received rave reviews.

Book Deals: Week of March 6, 2017: ​​​​​​​S&S Nabs Nagorski WWII Book

Former Newsweek foreign correspondent Andrew Nagorski (Hitlerland) sold North American rights to a new book about Germany during World War II, The Year Germany Lost the War: 1941. Trident Media Group’s Robert Gottlieb brokered the sale with Alice Mayhew at Simon & Schuster. The book chronicles the titular year during the war; as Gottlieb explained, the author makes the case that “a few key blunders laid the foundation for Germany’s subsequent defeat.”

Ron Boat & Andrew Nagorski go Nazi Hunting…. Trip 1 & Trip 2

In the course of my work I’m fortunate to meet, and work with, some fabulous people. Interesting people with diverse backgrounds, lives of accomplishment, even intrigue. Over the last couple of years I’ve had the chance to interact with such a person – Andrew Nagorski. One of the most fascinating people I’ve ever talked with. [You can read his more complete bio is HERE.]

Book Talk Café to host ‘The Nazi Hunters’ author

Journalist and author Andrew Nagorski will reveal the fascinating true story of “The Nazi Hunters” at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 27 at a Book Talk Cafe program at the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library.

Nagorski’s book focuses on the small band of men and women who refused to allow the crimes of the Third Reich to be forgotten, and who were determined to track down Nazi war criminals.

With riveting detail, Nagorski chronicles the stories of both famous and lesser-known Nazi hunters.

Book Talk Café to host ‘The Nazi Hunters’ author

Journalist and author Andrew Nagorski will reveal the fascinating true story of “The Nazi Hunters” at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 27 at a Book Talk Cafe program at the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library.

Nagorski’s book focuses on the small band of men and women who refused to allow the crimes of the Third Reich to be forgotten, and who were determined to track down Nazi war criminals.

With riveting detail, Nagorski chronicles the stories of both famous and lesser-known Nazi hunters.

Nazi Trials About More Than Punishment, Author Says

Trials of former Nazis accused of aiding in the Holocaust continue to wind their way through the German legal system even now.

Oskar Groening was a guard at Auschwitz concentration camp from 1942-1944.  A German court last year found the 95-year-old Groening guilty of 300,000 counts of accessory to murder. His conviction was upheld by an appeals court last month.

“It’s the idea that living to an old age does not absolve you of guilt,” said Andrew Nagorski, author of the book The Nazi Hunters.

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