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Collection of Documents – Legal Documents and Drafts of the Eichmann Trial Prosecution Team.
Collection of Documents from the Estate of Attorney Zvi Terlo, Member of the Eichmann Trial Prosecution Team, 1961-1962 .
The Eichmann trial, which was held in "Beit Ha'am" in Jerusalem in 1961, aroused much interest on the part of the Israeli and international media, mainly at its early stages and while the verdict was announced. The world viewed the trial as historic justice. However, some claimed that legally, the State of Israel did not have the right to judge Eichmann and he had to be brought to trial before a neutral or an international court. The influence of the Eichmann Trial on Israeli society was immense: numerous holocaust survivors opened their hearts for the first time through their testimonies and the trial aroused the awareness to the Holocaust in Israeli and international public as well as empathy towards the survivors.
The documents in this collection served attorney Zvi Terlo (1932-2010) – a jurist and attorney who served as a legal advisor to IDF in Judea and Samaria (after the Six Day War), senior consultant to the Minister of Justice, General Director of the Ministry of Justice and a Labor Court Judge. Terlo was a prosecution team member in the Eichmann Trial and as is evident in the documents, Terlo was in charge of preparing the legal material justifying the right to kidnap Eichmann and to hold the trial.
The lot includes:
• Protocols of meetings include the first meeting from 11.4.1961 and the last meeting from 11.12.1961 in witch "the Courd will read it's judgment in this case"
• Three printed brochures (issued by the Prime Minister’s Center of Information, Jerusalem)
• six photos b\w from the holocaust.
• Photocopied documents related to the Eichmann trial. The documents are entitled "Israel Police Bureau 06."Chamber 06 is the special division of the police established to handle the investigative materials of the Eichmann trial. Dozens of documents relating to the final solution of the Jews of Europe, telegrams, and memoranda were printed in stencil and used in the prosecution.Condition varies
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