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.

Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York, NY

Award-winning journalist and author Andrew Nagorski (The Nazi Hunters) in conversation with Eli Rosenbaum, Director, Human Rights Enforcement Strategy and Policy, US Department of Justice and former Director of the Office of Special Investigations, which was primarily responsible for identifying, denaturalizing, and deporting Nazi war criminals.

Why Trump’s Call With Taiwan Could Be a Breakthrough

To Donald Trump’s legions of critics, his decision to take a phone call from President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan only confirmed what they already believed: The president-elect is in way over his head, committing diplomatic blunders on a massive scale. A POLITICO headline summed up the view of many China experts: “Bull in a China shop: Trump risks diplomatic blowup in Asia.”

Tropem zbrodniarzy

Fakt, że tacy zbrodniarze jak Josef Mengele do końca nie zaznali spokoju, to jakaś forma sprawiedliwości – mówi Andrew Nagorski, były korespondent amerykańskiego „Newsweeka” w Warszawie. Właśnie wyszła po polsku jego książka „Łowcy nazistów”

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Nagorski: Amerykańskie media wiedzą już, że nie wolno pisać "polskie obozy zagłady"

- W "New York Timesie", czy agencji Associated Press dziennikarze wiedzą, że nie wolno pisać "polskie obozy śmierci" w odniesieniu do hitlerowskich obozów zagłady - powiedział Andrew Nagorski, wieloletni korespondent "Newsweeka" w Europie. Wypowiedział się na ten temat podczas promocji swojej najnowszej książki "Łowcy nazistów", która odbyła się w Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego.

Holiday Recommendations from the Wall Street Journal for the Best History Books

Andrew Nagorski’s engrossing “The Nazi Hunters” (Simon & Schuster, 393 pages, $30) is the story of the men and women—very different and often at odds with one another—who after 1945 pursued the architects and the executors of the Holocaust. At first they were spurred by a simple thirst for revenge, but their campaign evolved into a quest to make sure one of history’s greatest enormities would never be forgotten—in a holiday season or any other.

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