The Wiesenthal Files: What the Documents Reveal about Simon Wiesenthal's Past

Published: 1988-01-01

This series includes three papers which Theodore J. O'Keefe wrote over the years on Simon Wiesenthal. The first two parts were published in the Journal of Historical Review in 1988 (we have two versions here: the original paper with illustrations, and one slightly edited without illustrations) and 2002, respectively, whereas third part was published in Smith's Report in 1998, independently of the other two. We have put them all together here anyway.



The Institute for Historical Review has recently received copies of a transcript of a sworn interrogation of Simon Wiesenthal, which was conducted in 1948. The copies, certified as "true and correct," were obtained from the National Archives in Washington, D.C. To our knowledge this transcript has never been published or …
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Author(s): Theodore J. O'Keefe
Title: The Wiesenthal Files: What the Documents Reveal about Simon Wiesenthal's Past
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Published: 1988-01-01
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