TORONTO (Oct. 21)
The Rev. William Hull, the pastor who visited Adolf Eichcoann twice weekly in his death cell prior to the Nazi’s execution last May, said during a visit here today that Eichmann was “never really anti-Semitic” and would have carried out orders to “kill members of any other religious or racial group” if he had been given such orders.
Rev. Hull said that, in a sense, Nazism “was a religion to Eichmann. He was completely lost to Christianity or any other moral religious institution.”