Nazi Alois Brunner died in Syria in 2001, French report says - Reuters

PARIS Alois Brunner, an Austrian SS officer found responsible for the World War Two deportation of 125,500 European Jews to Nazi death camps, died in a Syrian jail cell in 2001, according to a report by two journalists published in France. Until now ...

Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner who invented 'gas vans' to massacre Jews and evaded capture after war died after ... - The Sun

A NOTORIOUS Nazi war criminal who invented mobile gas vans to kill Jews died in a miserable squalid cellar surviving on army rations after fleeing to Syria, it has been revealed. The fate of Alois Brunner – who was Nazi hunters' number one wanted war ...

Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner 'died in Syria squalor' - BBC News

One of the world's most wanted Nazi war criminals died in 2001 aged 89 after spending more than a decade incarcerated in a dilapidated Damascus basement, a French magazine has said. The Revue XXI magazine reported that Austrian-born SS ...

Former Top Nazi Officer Alois Brunner Died in Syrian Jail in 2001, French Report Claims - Haaretz

Prior to new French report, Eichmann's right-hand man was reported to have died around 2010 in Damascus, where he fled in 1954 and apparently lived under government protection. Reuters. Jan 11, 2017 8:09 PM. 0comments Print Zen Subscribe now.

Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner 'died in Syria squalor' - BBC News

One of the world's most wanted Nazi war criminals died in 2001 aged 89 after spending more than a decade incarcerated in a dilapidated Damascus basement, a French magazine has said. The Revue XXI magazine reported that Austrian-born SS ...

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PARIS, Jan 11 Alois Brunner, an Austrian SS officer found responsible for the World War Two deportation of 125,500 European Jews to Nazi death camps, died in a Syrian jail cell in 2001, according to a report by two journalists published in France.

Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner died after living in Syrian cellar - Daily Mail

Alois Brunner - of the world's most wanted Nazi criminals who invented mobile gas-vans to kill Jews during WW2 - met his death in a squalid cellar in Damascus 16 years ago. The fate of Brunner has been one of the lingering mysteries left over from WW2.