Germany Ups Efforts to Try Aging Nazis Who Served at Auschwitz
Lower-level functionaries of the Final Solution 'were swallowed up in German society and lived wonderful lives,' says Prof. Gideon Greif, a historian at the Shem Olam Institute. Now, dozens of cases against aging suspects are on desks of German prosecutors.
Reinhold Henning made a living selling milk products before he retired. Hans Lipschis made guitars and Hubert Zafke sold agricultural equipment. Nothing about the ordinary lives of these men, whose average age...
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