WAR CRIMES: Short Flurry

As international incidents go, the Adolf Eichmann case was always more sound than fury. Last week, after a short outburst, even the sound subsided into a polite diplomatic murmur.

The week began with Argentina's protest to the U.N. Security Council that the kidnap of Mass Murderer Eichmann from Buenos Aires by Jewish "volunteers" was "incompatible with the preservation of international law." Argentina demanded "just reparations" and the punishment of those responsible. To avoid a showdown, an attempt was made to arrange a friendly meeting in Belgium between Israel's Premier David Ben-Gurion and Argentine President Arturo Frondizi, who were both touring...

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