Peter Malkin: The Man Who Captured Eichmann

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Thursday September 14

3:00 PM  –  4:30 PM


Peter Malkin, the legendary Israeli intelligence agent who directed the surveillance that led to the capture of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann on a street in Buenos Aires, will be remembered by his son Omer Malkin in this intimate conversation with Harry Stein, co-author of Malkin’s 1990 memoir “Eichmann in My Hands.”   Omer Malkin will also be hand delivering his father’s personal journal with his father's sketches of Eichmann. The journal, made while he was guarding him in Argentina, will be on display as part of the Museum’s current exhibition. 




Free with Museum admission; registration recommended 

This program is free with the price of Museum admission.  Advanced registration through this form is recommended.

You must purchase general admission tickets online in advance, or at the Front Desk upon arrival.  You can purchase admission online by clicking here.  Current Museum members do not need to purchase admission. 

All currently applicable General Admission discounts will apply to your ticket purchase.