Simon Wiesenthal

Simon Wiesenthal was a world-famous personality and a specialist in the area of law and its application in the extreme conditions of acts of war, in the fight for the human rights of nations, ethnicities, and races, and in the resistance against totalitarian injustice in all its forms and against the statute of limitations of the gravest war crimes. He located more than 1000 missing Nazi war criminals.


  • Palacký University Honorary Doctorate - May 30, 1996

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