WAR CRIMINALS: Wiesenthal's Last Hunt

Tracking down the Angel of Death

"I have a compact with the dead. But if I could get this man, my soul would finally be at peace." So says Simon Wiesenthal, the famed Nazi hunter of Vienna. Since his liberation from Mauthausen death camp in 1945, Wiesenthal, now 68, has dedicated his life to avenging the victims of Hitler's Holocaust by tracking down more than 1,100 of their murderers. Yet the most sadistic Nazi war criminal of all has eluded his grasp.

For more than 20 years, Wiesenthal has been stalking Dr. Josef...

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