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SKOKIE — The Illinois Holocaust Museum is hosting a new exhibit about one of the most notorious Nazi war criminals, featuring artifacts displayed for the first time outside Israel.

The exhibit is about Adolf Eichmann and his capture in 1961. He was living in Argentina, under an assumed name, when Israeli intelligence service agents tracked him down.

The exhibit will be in Skokie until June 18.