Münster today has a small Jewish community. The city’s extraordinary Villa Ten Hompel is a research institute that records and illuminates a little examined side of the Nazi period: the laborious bureaucracy and outwardly benign officialdom – the “ordinary” civil servants, clerks, office workers and police – that permitted the cogs of the National Socialist death machine to operate with such villainous efficiency. The Villa is a venue of remembrance, research and political education.
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