Lothar Hermann

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Lothar Hermann ... a refugee from a concentration camp in Germany who lived in Argentina in the 1950s, in the Olivos area of Buenos Aires. He discovered one day that his daughter, Sylvia, was striking up a friendship with Adolf Eichmann's son, Klaus Eichmann.

Hermann, who was half Jewish, was imprisoned in Dachau concentration camp in 1935-36 for his socialist activities. After the events of Kristallnacht he decided it was time to leave Germany. Some years after his arrival in Buenos Aires he lost his sight as a delayed result of the severe beatings he had received from the Gestapo in Dachau.

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