Quiet Neighbors: Prosecuting Nazi War Criminals in America

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Creators & Publishers
Publisher
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
Metadata
ISBN
0151758239
Collection
Part of Stetson Kennedy Library
Year
1984
Description

In Quiet Neighbors, Allan Ryan Jr. seeks to explain how easy it was for Nazis to blend in with displaced persons at the end of World War II and emigrate to the United States. He then takes a look at how the INS worked at the time, and who some of the alleged criminals were. He later goes on to explain the Office of Special Investigations and how they were involved in seeking out those suspected of perpetrating war crimes.