'the Good Old Days': The Holocaust as Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders - Study Guide 'None of the Jews that were killed is any great loss'—Secret verdict of the SS and Police Supreme Court in Munich Summary & Analysis

Ernst Klee
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Chapter 10 includes three sections and considers the peculiar situation of SS-Untersturmf√ľhrer Max T√§ubner. In section one, "Verdict against SS- Untersturmf√ľhrer Max T√§ubner, 24 May 1943", T√§ubner is presented as a self-confessed "fanatical enemy of the Jews" (p. 196), but one who was not directly appointed as an executioner. Instead, after a typical Nazi career he entered military service and ended up stationed in occupied areas where he pursued impromptu murders of Jews. He also sought out occasions to join officially-sanctioned murders and participated in them with apparent gusto. During this period he personally photographed atrocities and also allowed men...

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