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"Erik Dorf: What we do we do out of necessity.
Uncle Kurt Dorf: Stop it! Save those lies for the Jews you've been murdering. Lying to them up until the last moment. Why do you have to strip them naked? Can't you at least in the name of God let them die with some dignity? I've seen your SS louts grinning at the naked women.
Erik Dorf: They are criminals and enemies and they are sent to the processing plant naked for sanitary reasons.
Uncle Kurt Dorf: Jews in the Warsaw ghetto are fighting back. Think of that. Those despised unarmed people in Warsaw, defying the master race. It almost restores one's faith in Divine Providence.
Erik Dorf: I'm told you're using several hundred Jews as laborers when there are Russians and Poles available.
Uncle Kurt Dorf: What of it?
Erik Dorf: You're not supposed to. Jews are marked for special handling. We'll send you a Red Army detail - strong backs, dull brains.
Uncle Kurt Dorf: No!
Erik Dorf: Do you curry favor with enemies of the Reich? The children of those Jewish laborers will rise to destroy Germany.
Uncle Kurt Dorf: I should strangle you as a favor to your father! How many dead will satisfy you? A million? Two million?
Erik Dorf: We must keep on killing them, don't you see? If we stop, it's an admission of guilt. But if we go on, we prove to the world that we had total dedication to our mission. That what we did were moral and historical necessities. Try to understand that.
Uncle Kurt Dorf: I understand too well. Now get out of here!"
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