Although there were many Dutch who with disregard of their own safety and lives were willing to help their Jewish fellow men and women, however there were also those who ceased the opportunity to fulfill their own evil ambitions and joined the SS.
I know there will be some who say that some of these men were just misguided and did look passed the policies of the Nazi regime, and only joined the SS for the adventure and the chance to fight in an efficient army unit, and to an extend that was true. But it had to have become very clear to them shortly after joining what the SS really stood for.
It already started at the building of the SS training camp Avegoor which had been a stately home prior to the start of the war.
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