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During the Second World War, the Nazis established a huge network of concentration camps within their occupied lands. The largest camp was Auschwitz, and to create new camps they often used slave labour to do so. One camp which was created in a month was Krakow-Plaszow, and today the Commandant of Krakow-Plaszow is remembered as one of the most evil Nazis. Amon Göth had a long career within the SS, and was a rather shady figure however as the Second World War continued he found himself running a concentration camp. Whilst he was overseeing Krakow-Plaszow, he ruled over with a reign of terror and he was regularly seen beating and murdering prisoners and inmates in cold blood.
At his trial after World War 2, horror stories emerged that showed Göth to have been a truly evil member of the SS. He was famous also for shooting prisoners from the balcony of his villa inside the camp, and today his evil is shown in Schindler’s List. He continued to murder and beat prisoners, all whilst he himself was living a life of luxury. However he was eventually sacked as the Commandant as he was caught stealing property from prisoners, however he never was placed on trial for this. After World War 2 he was arrested and placed on trial in Krakow for his brutal crimes. It was estimated that he was responsible for the deaths of thousands, and for his crimes he was sentenced to death and was executed.
So join us today as we look at, ‘The JUSTIFIED Execution Of Amon Göth, The Butcher Of Krakow.’