Franz Stangl's Life After The Holocaust

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Franz Stangl’s name had been lost to history for decades. He lived halfway across the world from where he committed countless unimaginable crimes in peace, thinking his deeds and name had floated away like the ashes of his victims. More than twenty years after the Holocaust, Franz was finally captured and sent back to Germany where his fate would soon transpire. In an interview which took place later in his life, Stangl compared his victims to “cargo to be dispatched,” and “a mass of rotting flesh.” He believed his actions were justified and that Jews were not people, but a mass, a mass which needed to be terminated immediately. In the text, “Franz Paul Stengel Biography” it reads,” during Stangel’s period as “Kommandant” when he was transferred
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