New disclosures on the Nazi scientists are “just one sensational element of the post-World War II U.S.-Nazi community revealed in Lichtblau’s book, which has received rave reviews for both its narrative style and painstakingly well-researched facts. The book hit shelves last week.”
Huffington Post, November 8, 2014 (full review)

Eric Lichtblau has written a captivating account….The events Lichtblau recounts are infuriating, flipping American textbook history on its head, but that makes it all the more an important read. The Nazis Next Door reads with the ease of fiction even as the author draws on a litany of declassified documents, extensive interviews and other sources.
Newsweek, ‘Our 20 Favorite Books of 2014,’ December 4, 2014 (full review)

Lichtblau brings ample investigative skills and an elegant writing style to this unsavory but important story. The Nazis Next Door is a captivating book rooted in first-rate research.
New York Times Sunday Book Review (full review)

Lichtblau utilizes obscure sources and declassified files, tenaciously circling back to a dark reality: Many of the estimated 10,000 Nazis who settled here were involved in the worst aspects of the Holocaust. Fascinating and infuriating corrective to the American mythology of the “Good War.”
Kirkus Review (full review)

An essential read for all those interested in World War Two, the Cold War and 20TH-Century history
Library Journal (full review)

Bits of the story have been reported in the past, but the full scope of the operation has now been reported in Times reporter Eric Lichtblau’s new book, The Nazis Next Door
--Washington Post (full story)

The Nazis Next Door provides an intimate and digestible introduction to a subject still very much in the news.
The Chicago Tribune (full story)

‘At least 1,000′ Nazis worked for US as spies, author says American agencies not only employed them, but also sometimes covered up their war crimes for decades, according to new book.
The Times of Israel (full story)

Chilling: CIA and other spy agencies hired 1,000 Nazis during Cold War, report finds; The New York Times uncovers more unsavory details about the Cold War
Salon (full story)

America’s Six-Decade Nazi Spy Cover-Up
Why Are Spy Agencies Still Classifying Cold War Documents?
Jewish Daily Forward (full story)

Bookstores next week will begin selling Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Eric Lichtblau’s book, The Nazis Next Door: How America Became a Safe Haven for Hitler’s Men. The excerpts he has published are jaw-dropping.
Orange County Register (full story)

In The Nazis Next Door, published Tuesday, Eric Lichtblau uses declassified documents and interviews to tell the story of how the U.S. became a safe haven for Nazis after the war, recounting one infuriating detail after another.
Newsweek (full story)