“It’s a simple question. “How could they have done it?” How could anyone have collaborated with the Nazis? And yet so many did.
From Chaim Rumkowski, who ran the Jewish administration in the Lodz ghetto, to Quisling in Norway, from the 1600 Belgians who served in the SS to the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem – all worked with the Nazis.
These are the stories that history prefers to forget, write off or cover up. But now, 60 years after the war is over, as a new generation grows up with no knowledge of what happened, it is time to tell the truth – that many thousands of non-Germans chose to collaborate with the Nazis.”