Chicago Humanities Festival: Nazis Next Door
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Until recently, historians believed that in the aftermath of World War II, the United States gave asylum to only a few Nazi scientists. In reality, the CIA and FBI brought hundreds of perpetrators to America as possible assets, and turned a blind eye to thousands more who sneaked in on their own. Eric Lichtblau, Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist for The New York Times, illuminates this chapter of American history.