These three terms are somewhat synonomous, insofar as all three of groups provided differing services for the Nazis and against their fellow Jews. This is somewhat off the topic here; however, as various posters have brought the subject up, I herewith give a definition of 'Kapo' from the Dictionary of World War II: KAPO: A Jewish prisoner in one of the many infamous Nazi concentration camps who was, for one reason or another, given 'special privileges'--including at first (before the nature of those camps became clear to outsiders), the recruiting of new prisoners (or 'guests' as they were called), on a temporary, so-called 'trial basis.'"
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After publishing a scathing account of what he saw in the first Lebanon war, Dov Yirmiya was dismissed from the army.03:57 08.02.16 | 0 comments