The Holocaust Survivor Who Hunted Nazi War Criminals
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Simon Wiesenthal called himself the “bad conscience” of the Nazis. Known as the Nazi Hunter, he dedicated his life to pursuing justice for the Holocaust’s six million Jewish victims.
After surviving multiple concentration camps and even a death march, Wiesenthal made it his mission to track down Nazi war criminals and ensure they faced trial.
His most significant accomplishment was the capture of Adolf Eichmann, who many considered just as evil as Hitler.