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  1. says:

    IL BOIA E IL SUO GIUDICE Kazimierz Moczarski, l autore di questo magnifico libro, eroe della Resistenza polacca e democratico anticomunista, venne condannato dal nuovo regime comunista sovietico alla pena capitale, che per non fu eseguita, ma commutata in carcere Mokotow, la prigione principale di Varsavia.Come se non bastasse, dal 2 marzo all 11 novembre 1949, per otto mesi, pari a duecentoquarantacinque giorni, fu costretto a dividere la cella con un generale nazista, J rgen Stroop, il boia del ghetto di Varsavia, braccio destro di Himmler.J rgen Stroop in una foto segnaletica scattata dagli americani.Moczarski non spreca tempo e approfitta della convivenza forzata per intavolare discussioni con il suo vecchio nemico Stroop gli impone di non usare carta e penna, niente appunti, neppure una riga uno sforzo di memoria pazzesco, che per ha il vantaggio di rendere pi sciolto e autentico il boia nazista.Sono discussioni che diventano l occasione per cercare di comprendere la psicologia e i meccanismi storici dell orrore nazista e le analogie con gli altri totalitarismi , di cui Stroop era esecutore non pentito che poi venne condannato a morte, sentenza eseguita nel marzo 1952 Stroop aveva in cella la Bibbia e, prima di iniziare il massacro di Varsavia, si fece il segno della croce.Foto allegata da Stroop nel suo rapporto a Himmler nel maggio 1943 con la didascalia Scovati con forza dalle loro buche.Il Ghetto di Varsavia doveva essere distrutto in tre giorni, secondo le previsioni di Stroop, durante la pasqua del 1943 invece riusc a resistere per ventisette giorni Alla fine si contarono almeno settantunomila ebrei morti Ma furono salvati un centinaio di cavalli dal rogo, perch Stroop li amava molto, al punto che da bambino voleva diventare pompiere proprio per poter andare a cavallo Moczarski venne scarcerato nel 1956 Inizia a scrivere, e mette insieme mille pagine solo vent anni dopo che alcune anticipazioni usciranno su una rivista polacca ma la prima vera edizione, per quanto abbondantemente censurata, usc solo due anni dopo la sua morte nel 1977.La vera banalit del male , esplorata anche meglio che nel celeberrimo libro della Arendt Nessuno, che io sappia, mai andato cos a fondo nella mente di un criminale.Un genocidario, in questo caso.Un libro fondamentale PSNei dieci anni di prigionia, Moczarski venne sottoposto a quarantanove diverse forme di tortura, tra cui il metodo Zakopane, cio la privazione del sonno in una cella in cui impossibile sdraiarsi, con percosse a tempi regolari Un momento del massacro del ghetto di Varsavia nella primavera 1943.


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    Recently I complained that novelists never attempt to construct a credible Nazi in WW2 novels We always get the good guys, which you might say is the author simply projecting him or herself back into that period The bad guys are usually automatons They have no inner life They are like computer programs in a video game, their sole purpose to obstruct the good guys We never get any insight into the humanity of these individuals So I read this in the hope of finding out what made a Nazi tick A Polish underground fighter and dissident journalist, Kazimierz Moczarski, spent 255 days in a prison cell with SS General J rgen Stroop You could argue that the first political achievement of the Nazis was to open the door of power to hordes of ill educated, mediocre men with a chip on their shoulders Social climbing for men bereft of intellectual, spiritual or artistic gifts made easy Stroop was clearly one of these In any normal society, based on meritocracy, he probably would never have been much than a clerk Probably he would have taken out his social frustrations on his wife or dog He s clearly a man whose most important driving force is to feel himself superior He comes out with lots of sentimental bullshit about knightly valour I would argue all these leading Nazis were essentially sentimental Never underestimate the nefarious depth charges of sentimentality Sentimentality is the expedient distortion of truth It gets the popular vote All nationalist dogma is essentially sentimental claptrap And its evil twin is cynicism It s sentimentality that threatens always to plunge us into cynicism Stroop is the banality of evil personified He s also mediocrity personified He remained unrepentant and still refers to Jews in derogatory terms yet comes across like a kid in a playground trying to impress bigger boys the ghosts of Hitler and Himmler in his case than a mass murderer Because to admit his ideas were twisted was also to admit he was a pathetic little man pretending to be a great man of history In essence his loathing of all non Aryans was peacock vanity He had to belittle in order to feel taller One thing I learned reading this is that, to become binding, self esteem has to come solely from within, not through nonsensical competitive comparison with others If you have to denigrate Jews or Muslims or gays to walk tall then you re always going to feel like a short arse in private and thus always be eaten up by resentment Ultimately Stroop came across as a pompous windbag, someone who loved the sound of his own voice, which doesn t make this any kind of compelling reading experience However, he would make a great character in a novel for an author keen to examine the Nazi psyche and give us the other side of the story.


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    Celkom masakr lna kniha Patr do skupiny o 2 svetovej vojne, av ak nie je to klasika typu ako sa trpelo a mas vne umieralo ide o poh ad akt ra masov ho zab jania niekoho, kto to cel organizoval Osobne m m r d tak to udsk t die , kde itate m e sledova v voj a my lienkov pochody ud , pri ktor ch sa n m mozog zastavuje Pr stupom mi pripom nala dielo Jeden z n s , no jedn m dychom dod vam, e t to bola viac umelecky spracovan , doma ovan domnievam sa I ke umeleck pr stup autora je citliv , iv a vierohodn teda aspo pre m a No, no, no zas si nemysli, e mi hlavou nemliaskali my lienky o tom, ako si v etko mohol tak dopodrobna pam ta Odpove ou mi bolo autorove priznanie, e dielo komponoval s pomocou vedeckej pr ce b dan m v arch voch, kni niciach a in ch dokumentoch V tom pr pade je to obdivuhodn V ka dom pr pade, nech val som si v hlave priestor na pochybnosti, ale i tak mi t to ru n brzda nezabr nila c ti kvalitu a hodnotu diela Mimo metodol gie, k obsahu hovor sa, e kto ta, akoby pre val mnoh ivoty, tak tu to plat na 100 percent Je fascinuj ce uva ova o tom, ako na n s vpl va ideol gia nie v pejorat vnom slova zmysle , rodinn z zemie, priestor, v ktorom vyrast me, vn torn nastavenie n cholerizmus a ako tieto aspekty reaguj na udalosti, o n m plieskaj o ksicht Ako je to so mnou


  4. says:

    Kazimierz Moczarski protifa istick bojovn k, novin r a Jurgen Stroop fa ista, vysoko postaven len SS, zodpovedn za definit vnu likvid ciu var avsk ho getta Obaja ob vaj t istu celu a z ich rozhovorov vznikla t to kniha Na zaciatku nepochopitelna, no skuto n a pr li re lna o v etko ovplyvnuje loveka, ktor dok e zab ja na pr kaz respekt ve o v etko je pr kaz, o vlastn v la a o v etko za tou volou stoj


  5. says:

    Report ny z pis ako sa z niemanda stane top SS ofici r Moczarski p e ve mi obozretne, ambientn n lada z cely prudko kontrastuje s t m, o om Stroop nacistick ober pr era rozpr va Toto je z pis o tom, e najprv sa spieva a potom pla e A niektor ch za to aj obesia.


  6. says:

    Absolutna moc pritahuje priemernych To plati aj pre spisovatelov a novinarov, nie len pre funkcionarov SS.


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    Home Army , , 1956 , 255 , , SS 1943 SS, , , , , , , , .


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    Kniha v nimo n nielen svoj m obsahom a jazykom, ale aj pozad m vzniku a osobou pisate a V roku 1949 sa v jednej cele po sk ho v zenia stretne Kazimierz Moczarski, b val protifa istick bojovn k a Jurgen Stroop, nemeck vojnov zlo inec, zodpovedn za definit vnu likvid ciu var avsk ho getta Moczarski chce t to situ ciu vyu i na lep ie presk manie myslenia tohto nacistu, ktor ho s ce re pektuje ako spoluv z a ale opovrhuje n m ako lovekom Kontrast medzi t m, o je a o nie je spr vne v borne dop aj pozn mky tretieho spoluv z a SS mana Schielkeho, ktor ve mi triezvo a trefne poukazuje na chyby v celej hitlerovskej ideol gii Za m a jednozna ne jedna z najlep ch kn h ak som kedy tala.


  9. says:

    Bardzo solidny reporta dokument Autorowi uda o si przedstawi wiele fakt w i jednocze nie pisa w spos b zajmuj cy Dog bna analiza osobowo ci SS mana ka e zastanowi si nad genez powstania nazizmu, opowiadaj c t histori przez pryzmat historii jednostki, trybie w tej nacjonalistycznej machinie.


  10. says:

    This was a very good book to read Kazimierz Moczarski had spent a time between March 2 and November 11, 1949, in one cell with J rgen Stroop, a man who was commanding the destruction of Warsaw Ghetto in April 1943 Great insight in such a man s mind.


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