From his desk in Berlin, Adolf Eichmann organized the mass deportation and genocide of Jews across Europe during WWII. David Luban, one of America’s leading legal ethicists, discusses and draws contemporary lessons from the ways in which Eichmann’s power grew out of the bureaucratic authority established by the Third Reich to enable him to become one of history’s most infamous war criminals.

Free with Museum admission; advance registration recommended

Photo of David Luban by Melanie Einzig


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