Audio tapes discovered by the German magazine Der Spiegel give a glimpse into perhaps the only regret that Adolf Eichmann expressed – that he hadn’t succeeded in murdering all of the Jews.
The recordings, made during meetings between former Nazis who had fled to Argentina following World War II, were released by Der Spiegel in a feature published Friday.
According to the report, among the former Nazis living in Argentina, especially those who hadn’t been directly involved in the concentration camps, there was a common belief that the tale of Jewish genocide was a product of propaganda disseminated by the Allies.
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