A new book accuses Eva Peron of accepting the stolen Jewish family treasures from the Nazi’s in return for safe haven for the war criminals.
In ‘The Politically Incorrect Guide to Latin America,’ authors Leandro Narloch and Duda Teixeira wrote: “It is still suspected that among Peron’s possessions, there were pieces of Nazi treasure that came from rich holocaust victims’ families killed in concentration camps.” They added, “Peron himself even spoke of goods of German origin that the Argentine government had appropriated.”
Among those who fled to Argentina was Adolf Eichmann, a key supporter and organizer of the concentration camps. He lived under a false name and worked for Mercedes Benz until 1960, when he was kidnapped by Mossad agents and taken to Israel. He later faced trial and was hanged for the war crimes he committed. Josef Mengele, the Nazi “Angel of Death” responsible for human experiments on Holocaust victims, also found refuge in Argentina and lived in South America until his death in 1979 at the age of 67.