Writer Uki Goni (born 1953) is known principally for his work documenting the escape of Nazi war criminals from Europe.
Goni's research studies the role of the Vatican, Swiss authorities and the government of Argentina in organizing 'ratline', escape routes for fugitive criminals and collaborators.
Drawing on investigations in Argentine, Swiss, American, British, and Belgian government archives, as well as numerous interviews and other sources, Goni's conclusions are detailed extensively in his book ''The Real Odessa: Smuggling the Nazis to Peron's Argentina'' , published originally in London in 2002 and since then translated into Spanish, Italian, Slovenian, Portuguese and German.
including his own
As documented in the books English review
He Vows to Press for Return of Suspected Nazi Criminal: A Berlusconi Bid to Polish Image?
Books by Uki Goni
Article on Goni's background
Uki Goni's website
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