'the Good Old Days': The Holocaust as Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders Quiz

Ernst Klee
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What did the statements forming "Quite happy to take part in shootings" reveal? (from Quite happy to take part in shootings)

2.

Who did Dr. Strauch send his report to? (from 'His attitude towards the Jews is quite impossible'—Documents on persecution in the White Russia Generalbezirk)

3.

What was the position of the man who said "I only took part in the murder of some three million people out of consideration for my family"? (from 'Food in the officers' mess excellent'—Auschwitz)

4.

What did Taubner allow his men to do while committing atrocities? (from 'None of the Jews that were killed is any great loss'—Secret verdict of the SS and Police Supreme Court in Munich)

5.

What type of worker did the author of the documents in the first section of "The bodies piled up in the streets" say were wanted? (from 'His attitude towards the Jews is quite impossible'—Documents on persecution in the White Russia Generalbezirk)

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