Nazi hunter Allan A. Ryan died of a heart attack in the United States at the age of 78. newspaper reports Washington post.
According to the publication, Ryan has managed to win more than 25 cases in court. One of the famous stories in his life is the extradition of the guard of the Polish death camp Treblinka Fyodor Fedorenko (Cherny Fedor) from the USA to the USSR.
The man was expelled from the United States in 1986, tried in Simferopol and sentenced to death.
Also, the “Nazi hunter” managed to find Vladimir Osidach, the commander of the Ukrainian city of Rava-Russkaya, who during the war contributed to the extermination of the Jews. After escaping to the United States and working in a slaughterhouse. They did not have time to deport him, as he died in prison shortly after his arrest.
before in Germany prisoner The 101-year-old former concentration camp guard was sentenced to five years in prison.
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