This program was sponsored by the National Archives in January. This is a good overview of the use of Nazis after WWII, both military (Paperclip) and intelligence (Gehlen) programs. After the 44 minute mark he describes the creation of assassination teams made up of Eastern European Nazi collaborators that were stationed at US airbases.
Nazi War Criminals
January 17, 2014
Author Richard Rashke talked about his book, Useful Enemies: John Demjanjuk and America’s Open-Door Policy For Nazi War Criminals, in which he explores whether the United States had a clear policy to use and protect Nazi war criminals and their collaborators after World War II and, if so, who approved the policy. Watch the program at: