This talk will be led by Professor Christopher Browning (Professor Emeritus, University of North Carolina, Department of History) and introduced and moderated by Professor James A. Cohen, Associate Professor of Law, Fordham University.

PART TWO: 7:00 PM LECTURE | Perpetrator Testimony

While in Argentina, Adolf Eichmann espoused Nazi ideology; his presentations were preserved on the “Sassen tapes.” Before and during his trial in Israel, Eichmann was interrogated by Avner Less. He sent notes to his attorney, wrote his autobiography, and testified in court. Finally, on death row, Eichmann tried to reshape his legacy with extensive writings that were kept secret in Israel until 2000.

Two talks at one price: $12 general, $10 Museum members, $5 students

For Lawyers seeking CLE credit:

  • CLE credits have been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State CLE Board for a maximum of 1.5 nontransitional professional practice credits per lecture.
  • Fees: $65 for practitioners ($55 for public interest attorneys and Fordham Alumni).
  • To register for CLE credit for this program, please visit (Part Two, 7:00 PM Lecture).


Professor Christopher Browning