Former SS Member, on Trial in Germany, Says He Was 'Morally Complicit' at Auschwitz

By: Alison Smale of the New York Times

The Holocaust. A word that never fails to evoke strong thoughts about the stories, tragedies, and sometimes experiences of family members. It was a crime so indisputably horrific that even seventy years later, some people involved may have to answer to a judge in the court of law. 

Such can be seen in the case of a 93-year-old former SS soldier, Oskar Gröning, who told a vivid account of his life and the guilt for the atrocities he witnessed. However, some say his testimony and guilt does not relieve him from punishment.

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www.nytimes.com/2015/04/22/world/europe/oskar-groning-auschwitz-birkenau-guard-trial.html

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Last Updated: 12/1/15