Why I Believe the King of the Nazi Hunters, Simon Wiesenthal, Was a Fraud

By Guy Walters | 10 September 2010

DAILY MAIL — For millions around the world, Simon Wiesenthal is seen as a hero.

Often credited with bringing to justice some 1,100 war criminals, the Nazi hunter and Holocaust survivor is regarded almost as a saint, a man who did more than any government to lock up the perpetrators of some of the worst crimes the world has witnessed.

Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, the recipient of a knighthood and more than 50 other honours, Wiesenthal is particularly remembered for his role in tracking down the notorious architect of the Holocaust, Adolf Eichmann.

 Revered: But did the Nazi hunter build his reputation on fantasy? […]

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