The hunt for the last Nazis



Simon Wiesenthal was the world's most famous Nazi hunter before his retirement in 2003. An organisation named in his honour, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, continues his work in its Jerusalem office, headed by Efraim Zuroff. Here, Dr Zuroff explains why he wants to bring war criminals to justice, whatever their age.

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Photographs: AP/Getty Images/Mario Cacciottolo

Publication date 23 March 2009


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