Those who served in extermination or concentration camps where systematic
extermination occurred bore guilt, even if they did not directly partake in killings, as they were accessories to murder.
The late 1980s saw a pivotal trial, exemplified by John Demjanjuk’s case, opening the possibility for similar trials of Schutzstaffel men who were stationed at concentration camps. These individuals were considered minor cogs in a vast machinery of murder. By the time of the trials, most were elderly, with many showing no signs of remorse or understanding for their actions.
Documentary: Beyond the Myth – The Schutzstaffel Unveiled
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