Into That Darkness: An Examination of Conscience - Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Gitta Sereny
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Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 6 Summary and Analysis

Franz Stangl is assigned to Sobibor, an Extermination Camp in Poland. He is interviewed by a high ranking official prior to being given this post. He is told he needs to finish building the location. There are indications that it is an Extermination Camp but this is not clearly nor explicitly stated. Gitta Sereny writes that she doubts that Franz Stangl honestly did not know what his next assignment was. This observation is followed up by the author's admission to having questioned a number of other people. The author explains to readers that she tends to believe someone whom, when she asks about the same thing in a wide variety of ways gets answers that reveal the kind of consistency easiest to formulate when it is the truth. One of the realities that...

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