|Prisoner Doctors: Collaboration with Nazi
| received any orders and in that way anticipated the Nazis.
These things we may consider as crimes
Perhaps the doctors
case is a little different because doctors are bound by their professional
ethic, and physicians are people with higher education. But the cases of Dering
and Samuel are different
. Dering obtained a certain position in the camp
. From Dering you could expect a certain ability to maneuver himself out
of doing certain kinds of operations
. Samuel was a Jew, which meant a
person 100-percent condemned to death in the camp. So he had the right to
prolong his life week by week, month by month.