Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (2000)
Palm Springs International Film Festival (2001)
Sedona International Film Festival (2001)
Long Island International Film Expo (2001)

Alois Brunner was a notorious Nazi war criminal having been responsible for sending more than 128,500 European Jews to death camps all across Europe. SS Hauptsurmfuhrer Alois Brunner had been living in Syria advising the various governments in Damascus on intelligence matters since 1959. Four countries - Germany, France, Austria and Greece - demanded his extradition. France convicted Mr. Brunner in absentia in 1954 of crimes against humanity and condemned him to death for his role in deporting 120,000 Jews to death camps during World War II. Brunner reportedly died in Syria in 1992.

This documentary includes an exclusive interview with Gunther Deshner, the last journalist to have questioned Brunner at his home in Damascus. Alois Brunner: The Last Nazi also includes an in-depth interview with Nazi hunter, Serge Klarsfeld, who has been pursuing Brunner - the man who murdered his father, since the end of World War II.

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Alois Brunner:
The Last Nazi

USA, 2000, 60 minutes, color
Directed by Monika Koplaw

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Public Exhibition formats: Beta, DVD





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