Austria: End of the Chase

These wretched people are sent to filthy slaughterhouses like a herd of sick, neglected cattle. But I won't talk about it, I only get nightmares from such thoughts.

—Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl

Anne Frank's nightmares finally ended in the concentration camp in Bergen-Belsen in March 1945. Last week the man who, as Adolf Eichmann's legal expert, helped organize the roundup of Anne and 110,000 other Dutch Jews was arrested in Austria and held for investigation on the charge of having "aided and abetted" the massacre. He was former SS Captain Erich Rajakowitsch, 57, for whom life as...

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