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House on Garibaldi Street The [Epub] ➢ House on Garibaldi Street The ➣ Isser Harel – In una casa di Via Garibaldi alla periferia di Buenos Aires verso la fine degli anni Cinuanta abitava con la sua famiglia un grigio e stempiato signore di nome Ricardo Klement Conduceva una vita metod In una casa di Via Garibaldi alla periferia Garibaldi Street eBook ↠ di Buenos Aires verso la fine degli anni Cinuanta abitava con la sua famiglia un grigio e stempiato signore di nome Ricardo Klement Conduceva una vita metodica e ineccepibile ogni sera rientrava dal lavoro col delle percorrendo a House on MOBI :Ê passo lento i cento metri che separavano la fermata dell’autobus dalla sua casa Non c’era nulla nella sua condotta che potesse dare nell’occhio Ma un cieco che aveva avuto a che fare col signor Klement giurava di aver riconosciuto in lui un certo personaggio al uale i servizi segreti on Garibaldi Street ePUB ☆ israeliani davano la caccia da anni “Ricardo Klement” era in realtà Adolf Eichmann l’ex colonnello SS il principale esecutore materiale della “soluzione finale del problema ebraico” il responsabile dello sterminio di milioni di ebrei Ha inizio allora nel una drammatica partita a tre tra i segugi la preda e le autorità argentine alla cui giurisdizione il nazista andava sottratto Bisognava catturare Eichmann e portarlo vivo al di là dell’Atlantico dinanzi al tribunale del popolo ebraicoDall’identificazione al macchinoso pedinamento fino al rapimento e al trasporto di Eichmann travestito da meccanico su un volo “diplomatico” La casa di Via Garibaldi è un racconto dalla suspense uasi insostenibile Un’operazione difficilissima – vera anche se degna della fantasia di un Le Carré – freddamente raccontata come in un rapporto di servizio Mai un thriller si è identificato come uesto resoconto con un momento tra i più significativi della storia tragica del nostro secolo.

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  1. Allan Allan says:

    In 1960 61 I was in junior high and I did a school project consisting of cutting out newspaper articles and putting them in a current events scrapbook Near the back I stuck in a clipping showing a picture of Adolph Eichmann sitting at his jail house desk reading a pile of books I'm looking at that picture now I was aware of Nazi atrocities having read an article on them featured in one of my dad's True magazines Isser Harel came face to face with the monster and rendered him to ultimate justice This book is an exemplary example of secret agent work of the highest professional calibre Eichmann had to be apprehended for the sake of all civilised human beings This is a book that should be taught in schools as a reminder that WWII might have formally ended in 1945 but it's not over for the relatives of the victims

  2. David David says:

    I sincerely enjoyed this book I thought it was exciting and entertaining and gave a real insight in the challengers intelligence agencies face We are given a window in which to observe ingenuity and on the spot thinking to it's max There is not just the element of excitement that makes this book compelling There is also a sincere sense of justice This is felt most prevalently when Harel describes how the criminal affected the lives of those involved in the case and their families The relief felt by those involved radiates off the page when Harel describes the excitement present at the time of his capture I found the way the agents interacted with Eichman after his capture incredibly interesting as well They were forced to take care of the man who masterminded the extermination of their loved ones and friends all so he could be brought to a fair trial in which his fate could be decidedI think this book is a testimony to justice and that alone is a reason it should be read

  3. Jeff Dawson Jeff Dawson says:

    Even though it’s been thirty years since I read this story it has remained with me Eichmann was the most sought after Nazi after the collapse of the Third Reich He had bragged on than one occasion how he was instrumental in carrying out the Führer’s “Final Solution”Like many he was able to escape to a sympathetic South America and continue living the good life The fledgling organization Mossad spent months and months of preparation laying out a plan to bring him back to Israel and be tried for his crimes against humanity yet stay under the radar of the Argentinian police To be caught would probably end the existence of the organization The number of cars they rented is what impressed me the most I lost count how many they would rent that would break down or to keep a low profile keep swapping out to avoid detection An excellent story for any World War Two buff

  4. TaniaRina TaniaRina says:

    I’m speechlessbeyond utterly speechless

  5. Amar Pai Amar Pai says:

    Not gonna win any literary awards but this book delivers the goods as far as operational details of a high stakes espionage action the abduction of Eichmann from Argentina to stand trial in IsraelHarel methodically some would say tediously lays out all the planning that went into the operation from the initial tip that led to Eichmann to his identification through his capture and retrieval Lots of stuff to consider establishment of safe houses document forgery false passports etc tailing him and determining best location to abduct drugging the captive building a special room in a safehouse to hold him while waiting for flight out it was a week delayed planning a special flight out to take him back contingency planning for if they're caughtetc etc It's interesting to contemplate how you'd pull off this kind of action today very different world back in 1960 There were no flights from Israel to Argentina rental cars were hard to come by no internet or easy long distance communication so many things Israel was much newer then and the sting of the Holocaust hadn't fadedThe book also serves as a justification for the abduction Not that one needs much convincing Alas the targets of abductions are rarely as clear cut evil as in this case But it's satisfying here cos you don't really have moral ualms about it and instead of sending him off to some Syrian dungeon a la extraordinary rendition they actually treat him humanely and put him on trial Overall this book portrays state intelligence agents spies or whatever you want to call them as one imagines they should be determined persistent cunning brave etc It's a contrast to the comical incompetence you see in real life ie CIA's exploding cigars or any number of misadventures involving insurgent fundingMossad is still ruthless determined and capable and they're still pulling off capers of this kindBut they're way ethically dubious these days At least I can't bring myself to see them through the same lens

  6. Sandy Nawrot Sandy Nawrot says:

    This book is not going to be for everyone but if you love books that involve WWII combined with real life investigative intrigue this is one read YOU CANNOT MISS So many of the Nazi commandants turned tail after the end of WWII and hid in the far reaches of the world including Adolph Eichmann who was the architect of the final solution that killed so many Jewish souls For years following the war it was the sole mission of Isser Harel Chief Executive of the Secret Services of Israel to find these bastards and bring them to justice Every tip every rumor every sighting was pursued until one clue came to the surface in the late 50's that unearthed Eichmann in Buenos Aires South America This is the story of that pursuit Every tactical move every bit of reconnaissance the planning the task force of identifying capturing and smuggling the man back to Israel for a trial The fear was that if South American officials learned of the plot Eichmann would get caught up in extradition proceedings and never be brought to justice The plot is very well written and fast paced The level of detail needed to pull off such a feat was simply mind blowing to me My only complaint is that upon the completion of this book the reader must do their own research to actually learn the fate of this man I also want to add that if you want a cherry on top you should watch The Eichmann Show on Netflix It is a dramatization of the the trial of Eichmann the first one of it's kind that was filmed and shown to the world In this movie you actually see footage of Eichmann as well as those who testified against him Fascinating stuff and something you will not soon forget

  7. Celeste Miller Celeste Miller says:

    Boy howdy was this ever a boring book But how can a book about Nazi hunting be boring you ask? Trust me it can Flat writing seriously my middle school diary entries about what I got for back to school shopping are interesting zero characterization and a hunt that's about as fast paced as watching paint dry My 84 year old demented grandmother has craftier moves than Eichmann did in Buenos Aires And though it takes place in Buenos effing Aires it might as well have transpired in Toledo Ohio so little sense of place was there a rundown house in a working class neighborhood yep that really transports me But I suppose that when the most harrowing action took place 15 years before this book even begins you're kind of setting yourself up for disappointment

  8. Hermien Hermien says:

    Written with some bias by the head of Mossad in charge of the capture of Eichmann but notwithstanding a fascinating story

  9. Relstuart Relstuart says:

    This is the story of the capture of Adolf Eichmann in Argentina by Jewish agents as told by the operation leader Interesting how they heard about him being there from someone who told someone who told someone and it eventually got back to the people that could go get him One of the best parts about the way this story is told is how the author explains the personal connections between the agents history of harm from the efforts to exterminate them and Eichmann Some of their stories were horrible about how their family members were killed before their eyes or how they were seperated in a death camp never to see each other again They smuggled him out of Argentina in a plane They told the crew who they had prisenor as they were taking off One of them had watched his younger brother be killed in front of him and his mother and sister were sent to the gas chambers He immeditatly burst into tears when was told they had caught Eichmann It seemed like every one of the agents had some personal loss from the Nazi genocide And yet one of them discussed whether it was right for them to make provision for Eichmann's family in Argentina since they were snatching away the breadwinner Fairly well paced though I could see where an outside author could tie all the pieces together well for a faster paced re telling The book does not discuss Argentina's reaction when they found out that Israel snatched this guy up and snuck him out of their country And it does not discuss the trial of Eichmann or trial results

  10. Velvetink Velvetink says:

    Read a long time ago inherited from mum's shelves

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