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The Nuremberg Trial | Literaturesalon's Blog

How do you punish the perpetrators of the biggest genocide in human history? Do they deserve a fair trial, which their millions of victims never got? 141 more words

20th Century

IG Farben: Manufacturing Death | Literaturesalon's Blog

IG Farben didn’t start out as a Nazi death factory, which is what it’s known for to this day. In fact, up to the mid 1930s its chief executives were not particularly anti-Semitic. 183 more words

20th Century

The Nuremberg Trial

How do you punish the perpetrators of the biggest genocide in human history? Do they deserve a fair trial, which their millions of victims never got? 952 more words

Claudia Moscovici

The true banality of evil: Ordinary Men by Christopher R. Browning | Literaturesalon's Blog

Hannah Arendt referred to Adolf Eichmann as the paradigm of the banality of evil: an ordinary man led by extraordinary circumstances to exceptional evil. However, given that Eichmann spearheaded some of the key initiatives of the murder of 6 million Jews during the Holocaust, I have argued that he was quite extraordinary: extraordinarily sociopathic and evil. 70 more words

20th Century

The true banality of evil: Ordinary Men by Christopher R. Browning

Hannah Arendt referred to Adolf Eichmann as the paradigm of the banality of evil: an ordinary man led by extraordinary circumstances to exceptional evil. However, given that Eichmann spearheaded some of the key initiatives of the murder of 6 million Jews during the Holocaust, I have argued that he was quite extraordinary: extraordinarily sociopathic and evil. 515 more words

Claudia Moscovici