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OPERATION: LAST CHANCE is a campaign to bring remaining Nazi war criminals to justice by offering financial rewards for information leading to their arrest and conviction. To date the initiative has been launched in Germany, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Romania, Austria, Croatia, and Hungary.

Operation: Last Chance is a joint project of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and Targum Shlishi Foundation.

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Primary Findings of the Simon Wiesenthal Center's 2014 Annual Report on the Worldwide Investigation and Prosecution of Nazi War Criminals - English version


Primary Findings of the Simon Wiesenthal Center's 2014 Annual Report on the Worldwide Investigation and Prosecution of Nazi War Criminals - Hebrew version


Full Text of Wiesenthal Center's 2013 Annual Report on the Worldwide Investigation and Prosecution of Nazi War Criminals (April 1, 2012-March 31, 2013)


LATEST NEWS

September 22, 2014 -- The recent conviction of a 93-year-old Auschwitz guard reignited a debate about prosecuting the remaining few Nazi war criminals. Most observers call for a no-holds-barred hunt for the Holocaust perpetrators who have evaded justice for decades, but others point to their old age, legal issues and difficulty in proving the crimes, arguing that after nearly 80 years, the pursuit should come to a conclusion more...

September 17, 2014 -- BERLIN — German prosecutors have charged a 93-year-old man with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder for his service as a Nazi SS guard at Auschwitz during World War II more...

September 17, 2014 -- La chasse aux nazis pourrait se poursuivre jusque dans les années 2040 more...

September 17, 2014 -- 93-year-old Oskar Groening charged by German prosecutors for role in stealing from murdered Jews in infamous death camp more...

September 16, 2014 --BERLIN—Prosecutors in Germany have charged a 93-year-old man with at least 300,000 counts of accessory to murder while a member of Adolf Hitler's SS unit at the Auschwitz concentration camp more...

September 16, 2014 -- Why we could be hunting Nazis until the 2040s more...

September 16, 2014 -- Although nearly 70 years have passed since the end of World War II, suspected Nazis are still being brought to justice. The latest suspect is 93-year-old Oskar Groening, charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder while a guard at the Auschwitz death camp — one for each Jew gassed to death there from May to June, 1944 more...

September 16, 2014 -- Berlin (AFP) - Germany charged a 93-year-old former member of the Nazi Waffen-SS on Monday with at least 300,000 counts of accessory to murder over his time at the Auschwitz death camp more...

September 16, 2014 -- L'homme de 93 ans, qui a été déclaré apte à être jugé il y a quelques mois, est sous le coup de 300.000 chefs d'accusation pour complicité de meurtre more...

September 15, 2014 -- State prosecutors in Germany are charging Oskar Groening with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder for serving as a guard at Auschwitz more...

September 15, 2014 -- 93-year-old Oskar Groening charged by German prosecutors for role in stealing from murdered Jews in infamous death camp more...

September 15, 2014 -- State prosecutors in Germany are charging Oskar Groening with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder for serving as a guard at Auschwitz more...

September 15, 2014 -- Germany has charged a 93-year-old man with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder. The man worked as a prison guard for the Auschwitz death camp in 1944 more...

September 15, 2014 -- The passage of time in no way diminishes the guilt of the killers, and old age should not afford protection to those who committed such heinous crimes. Every victim of the Nazis deserves that an effort be made to bring to justice those who turned innocent men, women and children into victims more...

September 6, 2014 -- The good news since the end of World War II is that, so far, the Holocaust has not been repeated, although unfortunately many other terrible events have occurred more...

September 2, 2014 -- En un mundo perfecto, Efraim Zuroff (nacido en 1948) hubiera preferido ser jugador de la NBA. El baloncesto lo apasionaba mientras crecía en Brooklyn, Nueva York, suficientemente lejos de los alemanes, el horror y ese capítulo negro, lamentable e imposible de olvidar, que se resume en una palabra brutal: Holocausto more...

September 1, 2014 -- Late last week Spanish fashion giant Zara created another scandal related to the memory of the Holocaust. In 2007, the clothing retail chain shocked many people all over the world by offering handbags with swastikas for sale, which were only removed after a public outcry that generated considerable negative publicity more...

 

   

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