Into That Darkness: An Examination of Conscience - Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Gitta Sereny
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Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 12 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 10 concludes with the obvious fact that the Allies want to win the war. There is some discomfort with the fact that there are not search and rescue missions—that these are not prioritized over normal military victories. Meanwhile, the Extermination Camps are not part of the front lines of the war and this is a fact that most of the soldiers stationed there are supposed to appreciate even though they have to face mass graves instead of being shot at directly by the enemy on a day to day basis. Some of the work-Jews hatch a plot to escape. There is success, but their initial efforts are thwarted by Kurt Franz who kills some of them and beats many of the others out of well-placed suspicions. Finally, Gitta Sereny criticizes Franz...

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