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The bizarre thing about the Nazi regime was that they had so many contradictions.They had no issues with committing mass murder and genocide or evil and cruel medical experiments, but they had issues with cruelty which was not conform with their policies.
It was okay to murder and torture but it had to be done the Nazi way.
Walter Gerhard Martin Sommer was an SS Hauptscharführer who served as a guard in 2 concentration camps First he served in Sachsenhausen later in Buchenwald. Where he got the nickname “Hangman of Buchenwald”
He was born in Schkölen, to a farming family in Thuringia in 1915. In 1931 at age sixteen, Sommer joined the Nazi Party and 2 years later became a member of the SS.He was also a a depraved sadist.
After he left Sachsenhausen he was assigned to Buchenwald where he was put in charge of a cell block…
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