Why Did Nazi Officers Flee to Argentina after World War 2?

South America — The Nazi Safe Haven.

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After the end of World War 2, one thing was very apparent: the Nazis had to pay for the war crimes that they had committed. The crackdown on the Axis powers and their war crimes through mass trials would eventually come to be known as the Nuremberg Trials. Germans who had committed mass human rights…

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