A look at the painstaking hunt for Nazi war criminals, beginning with the US Army task force in charge of locating key German scientists.
From scientists to SS commanders - the stories of the Nazi war criminals and how they were tracked down. Here, Hitler's personal secretary Martin Bormann.
Investigative series. The SAS War Crimes Investigation Team attempt to track down several Gestapo officers, wanted for a host of despicable atrocities.
The man responsible for the massacre of US soldiers in Malmedy - Joachim Peiper - becomes the hunted as Allied forces attempt to track him down.
Series charting the fate of various Nazi war criminals following the climax of World War II. Here, the hunt for the commandant of two death camps in Poland.
German architect Albert Speer was one of the only war criminals to accept his guilt at the Nuremberg trials, but was his remorse a ruse?
The search for the elusive Josef Mengele, for many years the world's most wanted criminal, led by one of his captives in Auschwitz - Simon Wiesenthal.
After the war, a Jewish group called the Avengers decided to hunt down known Nazis who had blood on their hands. Targets included lawyer Wilhelm Stuckart.
An in-depth exploration of the assassination of one of the main architects of the Holocaust, Reinhard Heydrich, by British-trained Czechs.
Series recounting the tireless pursuit of those responsible for atrocities during World War II. Find out how Adolf Eichmann was tracked to Argentina in 1961.
'The Butcher of Lyon' and 'Ivan the Terrible' - the hunt for Gestapo head Klaus Barbie and death camp guard Ivan Grozny, which lasted well into the 1980s.
The global search for the most sought-after World War II criminals. How Hitler's deputy Hermann Goering was captured by the Allies, leading to his suicide.
The capture and subsequent suicide of one of Hitler's most feared allies, Heinrich Himmler, whose reign of persecution ended millions of lives.