What should Auschwitz guard Johann Breyer have done to avoid being a war criminal

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According to a news article, which you can read in full here, “Johann Breyer, 89, had successfully eluded a dark past that allegedly included the extermination of hundreds of thousands of people according to [German] prosecutors.”

There were 900,000 Jews allegedly “exterminated” at Auschwitz-Birkenau, according to the latest figures.  Breyer was a guard at the Auschwitz main camp, which was mainly a prison for political prisoners, although there was a gas chamber in the morgue.

According to Wikipedia: “On 14th June 1940, German authorities in occupied Poland organised the first mass transport of prisoners to the recently opened Auschwitz Concentration Camp. The transport, which set out from the southern Polish city of Tarnów, consisted of 728 Poles, including 20 Jews.[1]They were “political” prisoners and members of the Polish resistance…”

Aerial view of the Auschwitz main camp Aerial view of the Auschwitz main camp, which opened in 1940

Entrance into Auschwitz main camp Photo Credit: REUTERS Entrance into Auschwitz main camp Photo Credit:…

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