The Bookkeeper of Auschwitz has died.

Discussion in 'SMB' started by The Lambton Worm, Mar 13, 2018.

  1. Space Hopper

    Space Hopper Midfield

    He was a schizophrenic bookkeeper. He kept hearing invoices.
  2. HABA87

    HABA87 Winger

    The odds were against him making 100. I know he's wasn't a bookmaker.
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  3. Ludwig

    Ludwig Midfield Contributor

  4. Harbour Boy

    Harbour Boy Midfield

    Burn in hell
  5. What A Waster

    What A Waster Winger

    What could they possibly have been betting on at Auschwitz?
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  6. Obviously the trial seemed to SAP his energy
  7. HABA87

    HABA87 Winger

    Sage advice.
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  8. Tadger

    Tadger Striker

    The Ashes.
  9. Sir Lancelot

    Sir Lancelot Winger

    At least he didn’t have to serve his prison sentence. I always believed that he was being made a scapegoat for stuff that was beyond his power to change. Maybe now that he’s dead the people responsible for taking him to court will back off and recognise the time has passed for vengeance.
  10. Tadger

    Tadger Striker

    He was volunteer in the SS. You had to be idealogical Nazi to join.

    He knew what was going on, saw what was happening, him and his mates wined and dined themselves on the cash and gold that was taken from the poor bastards that were being gassed in the next building.

    He could have transferred. He could have resigned.
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  11. MrOompapa

    MrOompapa Striker

    Now I really have seen it all on this forum.
  12. Sir Lancelot

    Sir Lancelot Winger

    Don’t be silly. He did request a transfer and was refused. He was under military discipline do you really think that he could have resigned in the middle of a war? In the same circumstances,the vast majority of people would have done exactly what he did, do as he was told and keep his head down. I know that I would have irrespective of what my personal opinions were, but I guess this will bring out the virtue signallers in force. Try being honest and tell me, what would you have done?
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  13. Tadger

    Tadger Striker

    That’s true actually I didn’t think of that. Fair enough.

    The vast majority of Germans didn’t join the SS. This wasn’t the regular army. This wasn’t a case of just being a solider and doing your job. Do you even know what the SS was?

    Virtue signalling? Really?
  14. Keawyeds

    Keawyeds Striker

    And he'd have been killed.
    But there you go. He may not have pulled any triggers, but by being a part of the machine, he's just as guilty as the rest of them
  15. Sir Lancelot

    Sir Lancelot Winger


    What about a cook in the army? Are they also complicit? Or a Batman?

    In wars people are ordered to do bad things that they would never normally do. Should we round up the last of the Dresden bombers or Dambusters and put them on trial for crimes against humanity or is it only the gas chambers that count as being beyond the pale?

    When does peace and reconciliation start?
  16. Tadger

    Tadger Striker

    Aye I’m suprised at myself for not remembering you can’t just quit a military position. :lol:

    My overall point still stands though.
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  17. buster

    buster Winger

  18. Tadger

    Tadger Striker

    He wasn’t in the sodding army.

    He wasn’t in the Wehrmacht. He wasn’t in the Heer, Luftwaffe or Kreigsmarine.

    He was in the SS.
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  19. super noodles

    super noodles Winger

    Fuck's sake :lol:
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