- ISBN: 881167932X
- Casa Editrice: Garzanti
- Pagine: 488
Uki Goñi has written a fantastic book with The Real Odessa. His research is considerable as he pieced together the secret trail that spirited Nazi war criminals and collaborators from post WW2 Europe to Argentina under its leader Juan Perón. Argentina at that time was deeply sympathetic to Nazi idea Leggi tutto
Un libro difícil de clasificar con estrellitas. Con una prosa limpia y pocas impresiones personales, Goñi reconstruye a partir de entrevistas la infiltración de Astiz en el grupo de la Santa Cruz. A veces uno se olvida de quien es quien con tantos nombres, aunque el autor te lo recuerda de a momento Leggi tutto
Interesante trabajo de investigación que sirvió como evidencia para condenar a Astiz en 2011.
As expected, this was a truly insightful read. Gōni exposed the bleak truths about the network that allowed hundreds of Nazi war criminals, including Adolf Eichmann and Josef Mengele to flee to Argentina at the end of the war. It is a remarkable and shocking research. I am lucky I haven't lived throu Leggi tutto
Good but difficult Great research and historical info Hard to follow all the different characters and paths by which the criminals escaped. Could have been better organized and written A more detailed final summary would have been helpful.
An in depth look at Argentina during the Peronista period and its relationship with Nazi Germany and all things fascist. It is based in the Catholicism of the country and the anti communist bias but it goes much deeper. The dealings with the Nazis precede the 2nd World War and it does well beyond it Leggi tutto
I really enjoyed this book! It is an interesting investigative work and a great book that documents the first contacts between Perón and the Nazis based on unpublished documents and interviews with the people involved. Highly recommended!
A great book about the connections between Nazi Germany and Argentina. The story about how the author found key archival documents in Buenos Aires is also very interesting.
Not quite as bad as Gerald Steinacher's book "Nazis on the Run", but I simply couldn;t get into this. I recommend reading Andrew Nagorski instead (The Nazi Hunters).
ODESSA THE INSIDE STORY Everyone has heard about the myth of Odessa, the secret organization with hidden contacts intended to provide sanctuary for the worst nazi criminals after the end of the Second World War After six of years of deep research in Argentina and Europe, Mr. Goñi shows clearly how the Leggi tutto
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