Most Nazis were considered part of the murder process. Karl Plagge, a Nazi who saved hundreds of Jews, was the exception.
Plagge was head of a work camp in Vilna, the capital of Lithuania. While in charge of the facility he did his best to keep as many Jews alive as possible.
One of the Jews he saved was the mother of author Michael Good. This book is a personal quest, personal journey, and a personal history. And it is compelling. This book is not just a history, it is a mystery. How could such a figure as Karl Plagge exist? Simply put, Plagge believed that it was his responsibility to help, even though by helping Jews he endangered his own life and the lives of his entire staff.
This version of The Search For Major Plagge is an expanded edition. It contains new details and material gathered from one of Plagge’s underlings who described in detail the daily happenings in the work camp.