In nazis on the run historian gerald steinacher provides the true story of how the nazis escaped their fatedrawing on extensive research in newly opened archives steinacher not only reveals how nazi war criminals escaped from justice at the end of the second world war fleeing through the tyrolean alps to italian seaports but he also highlights the key roles played by the red cross the . Nazis on the run how hitlers henchmen fled justice is a book by gerald steinacher professor of history at university of nebraska lincolnin this work steinacher compiles evidence from declassified international committee of the red cross and us state department documents that demonstrate the ways that the catholic church the international committee of the red cross and us government as . Nazis on the run deals with the systems and paths nazis used to escape europe after ww2 until the late 1950s the book is set up with each chapter being a network of movement it is not a bad way to set up the book but there is a lot of overlap in each network and steinacher starts at the beginning northern italy and on to a travel overseas . Stephan glienke nazis on the run how hitlers henchmen fled justice german history volume 30 issue 3 september 2012 pages 478 480 nazis on the run is a valuable and informative study that successfully brings all the threads together and provides a detailed account of the results of current historiography adding details that shed
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