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Eichmann on trial Operation Finale, an exhibition at the Museum of the Jewish People in Tel Aviv that has been curated by a Mossad officer, is drawing thousands of curious visitors. Not surprising given its subject - the capture and trial of the notorious Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann. In one of the most dramatic intelligence stories of modern times, Eichmann, who was Hitler's right-hand man and responsible for executing the Final Solution that sent six million Jews to their death, was abducted in Argentina, heavily sedated and flown on an El Al plane to Israel. His eight-month trial in 1961 drew hundreds of journalists - including Dom Moraes from India. Eichmann was condemned to death in the only case of the death penalty being applied in Israel. The exhibition includes espionage equipment, such as a camera hidden in a briefcase, the original Mossad file on Eichmann;and the booth in which he sat during his trial. It rebuilds the thrilling story of his arrest and how he was identified by the shape of his ears. After initially denying who he was, Eichmann admitted on the third day: "I am Adolf Eichmann. " He then asked for a glass of wine.

Operation Finale, an exhibition at the Museum of the Jewish People in Tel Aviv that has been curated by a Mossad officer, is drawing thousands of curious visitors.
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