Adolf Eichmann
Historical Figure
Nationality: Germany
Date of Birth: 1906
Date of Death: 1962
Cause of Death: Execution by hanging
Occupation: Mechanic, soldier, mass-murderer
Spouse: Veronica Liebl
Children: Five sons
Military Branch: SS (World War II)
Political Party: NSDAP
Turtledove Appearances:
POD: May 30, 1942
Appearance(s): Second Contact
Type of Appearance: Direct
Date of Death: 1965
Cause of Death: Killed in the Race-German War of 1965
Military Branch: SS (World War II, Race Invasion of Tosev 3, Race-German War of 1965)
Otto Adolf Eichmann (19 March 1906 – 1 June 1962), sometimes referred to as "the architect of the Holocaust", was a Nazi and SS-Obersturmbannführer (equivalent to Lieutenant Colonel). Due to his organizational talents and ideological reliability, he was charged by Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich with the task of facilitating and managing the logistics of mass deportation of Jews to ghettos and extermination camps in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe during World War II.

After the war, Eichmann fled to Argentina. He was eventually located and captured in 1960 by the Israeli Mossad, who transported him to Israel, where he was tried for war crimes, convicted, and executed.

Adolf Eichmann in WorldwarEdit

After the Peace of Cairo, Adolf Eichmann (1906-1965) continued the task of solving the Jewish "problem" within the borders of the Greater German Reich. He was eventually promoted to Gruppenführer.[1]

Eichmann met with the Race's researcher Felless. Eichmann was calmly secure in his belief that the Jews were inherently inferior. Felless was angered by his unshakeable illogic, and terminated the meeting as unproductive. Felless was quite tempted to bite the unflappable Eichmann.[2]

Eichmann was killed during the Race-German War of 1965.[3]


  1. Second Contact, pg. 270, mmp.
  2. Ibid., pgs. 270-275.
  3. While this isn't specifically stated, it is consistent with what we do know.