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  1. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3419148/The-handwritten-letter-penned-architect-Holocaust-Adolf-Eichmann-begs-not-executed-following-orders.html


    ”that the Nuremberg Defense is a means by which individuals pass on the culpability (i.e. the responsibility) of a particular act to their superiors under the concept of them merely “following orders” (Murdough, 2010).”

    ”This particular terminology developed as a direct result of the Nazi war crimes trials that were held in Nuremberg during World War 2 wherein actions related to mass murder, genocide, violations of human rights and other related atrocities were charged to numerous Nazi military officials yet many claimed that they did such actions under duress or obligation due to fear of persecution on the part of their superior officers.”


    ”First, it rejected the contention that only a state, and not individuals, could be found guilty of war crimes; the tribunal held that crimes of international law are committed by men and that only by punishing individuals who commit such crimes can the provisions of international law be enforced. Second, it rejected the argument that the trial and adjudication were ex post facto. The tribunal responded that such acts had been regarded as criminal prior to World War II.”


    ”The Nazification” ”Not all military personnel agreed with Nazi policy. Some protested while others actively rescued Jews. While these honorable individuals constituted a statistically small minority, they demonstrated that it was possible to resist and help Jews, even in the disciplined and authoritarian army structure.” ”the public sphere on the myth of the “Clean Wehrmacht””


    ”Superior orders, often known as the Nuremberg defense, just following orders, Due Obedience, or by the German phrase Befehl ist Befehl (”an order is an order”), is a plea in a court of law that a person, whether a member of the military, law enforcement, a firefighting force, or the civilian population, should not be considered guilty of committing actions that were ordered by a superior officer or official.”


    October 21, 1979 ”the old I-was-just-following-orders line is repeated over and over again” ”I had no idea what was going to happen to these people, and I must confess I didn’t give it much thought. It wasn’t my job” ”Anyway, I didn’t make the decisions. Everything was decided by those above me.” Just following orders.”


    “We Were Not Supposed to Think.” ”Don’t you see, we SS men were not supposed to think about these things; it never even occurred to us. . . . We were all so trained to obey orders without even thinking that the thought of disobeying an order would simply never have occurred to anybody, and somebody else would have done just as well if I hadn’t. . . . I really never gave much thought to whether it was wrong. It just seemed a necessity.”

    ”They said that when an individual follows an order that is illegal under international law, he is responsible for that choice,”

    ”While some perpetrators in the Holocaust claimed, and may have believed, that they would be physically harmed if they did not follow orders to participate in mass murder”


    Feb 20, 2016 ”a heart of darkness” ”people who give orders should perhaps be held more responsible”

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