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Figure 7.1 Simon Wiesenthal, “Ohne Maske,” KZ. Mauthausen (1946). © Paulinka Kreisberg – Wiesenthal.

Nowadays, when Nazism symbolizes absolute evil, a depiction revealing that Hitler means death appears redundant, to say the least. Yet in 1945–46, when Wiesenthal published his book, this was not yet an established truth. After the fall of the Third Reich many non-Jewish Germans and Austrians still held on to antisemitism and other values of the Nazi state.17 Furthermore, even among the Western Allies, there was a tendency to doubt reports about the Nazi crimes and assume that they were exaggerated and a form of war propaganda.18 Wiesenthal’s endeavor to expose the truth about Nazi brutality was therefore a pressing task in the immediate postwar period and corresponded with anti-fascist efforts to counter the lies of Nazi propaganda and “courageously look truth in the eye.”19 The Allies did this at first by confronting the German population with shocking photographs of emaciated bodies found in the liberated camps.20 In contrast, in his book, Wiesenthal, who focused on the perpetrators, did not use photographs to give a reliable representation of reality. For him, when it came to the moral monstrosity of the Nazis, photographs showed misleading exteriors, and only artistic, antirealist portrayals revealed the monsters under the mask.21

While the rhetoric of removing the masks that hide the real nature of “the Other” and uncovering its “true essence” is a common one,22 in the context in which Wiesenthal was writing, this metaphor was a direct reaction to Nazi portrayals of Jews. Modern antisemitic propaganda contended that the Jewish emancipation assisted Jews to blend in society. Exposing Jews as inhuman evil beings was therefore the first step in fighting against them. The Nazi propaganda translated this idea of exposing the Jews’ difference into images, which would enable Germans to see what is not immediately visible. One example is found in the propaganda film The Eternal Jew (Der ewige Jude, dir. Fritz Hippler) from 1940, which, following the German occupation of Poland, presented grotesque pictures of poor Polish Jews as an illustration of the filthy and parasitic character of Jews in general. The film’s opening remarks state that in contrast to the civilized Jews (zivilisierte Juden) of Germany, it will show the living conditions of the Jews in Poland, thereby revealing “the Jews as they look in reality, before they conceal themselves behind the mask of civilized Europeans.” This very contrast between the civilized exterior and the monstrosity that lurks underneath appears in Wiesenthal’s book in the sections titled “The Bath” and “The Symphony,” which describe how the markers of civilization, hygiene and music, became instruments of torture in the camp, thereby exposing the SS as devils hiding behind a civilized mask.23

 

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Author:Iris Idelson-Shein;Christian Wiese; , Date: June 7, 2019

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Author:Iris Idelson-Shein;Christian Wiese;

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Bloomsbury UK
Figure 7.1 Simon Wiesenthal, “Ohne Maske,” KZ. Mauthausen (1946). © Paulinka Kreisberg – Wiesenthal.

Nowadays, when Nazism symbolizes absolute evil, a depiction revealing that Hitler means death appears redundant, to say the least. Yet in 1945–46, when Wiesenthal published his book, this was not yet an established truth. After the fall of the Third Reich many non-Jewish Germans and Austrians still held on to antisemitism and other values of the Nazi state.17 Furthermore, even among the Western Allies, there was a tendency to doubt reports about the Nazi crimes and assume that they were exaggerated and a form of war propaganda.18 Wiesenthal’s endeavor to expose the truth about Nazi brutality was therefore a pressing task in the immediate postwar period and corresponded with anti-fascist efforts to counter the lies of Nazi propaganda and “courageously look truth in the eye.”19 The Allies did this at first by confronting the German population with shocking photographs of emaciated bodies found in the liberated camps.20 In contrast, in his book, Wiesenthal, who focused on the perpetrators, did not use photographs to give a reliable representation of reality. For him, when it came to the moral monstrosity of the Nazis, photographs showed misleading exteriors, and only artistic, antirealist portrayals revealed the monsters under the mask.21

While the rhetoric of removing the masks that hide the real nature of “the Other” and uncovering its “true essence” is a common one,22 in the context in which Wiesenthal was writing, this metaphor was a direct reaction to Nazi portrayals of Jews. Modern antisemitic propaganda contended that the Jewish emancipation assisted Jews to blend in society. Exposing Jews as inhuman evil beings was therefore the first step in fighting against them. The Nazi propaganda translated this idea of exposing the Jews’ difference into images, which would enable Germans to see what is not immediately visible. One example is found in the propaganda film The Eternal Jew (Der ewige Jude, dir. Fritz Hippler) from 1940, which, following the German occupation of Poland, presented grotesque pictures of poor Polish Jews as an illustration of the filthy and parasitic character of Jews in general. The film’s opening remarks state that in contrast to the civilized Jews (zivilisierte Juden) of Germany, it will show the living conditions of the Jews in Poland, thereby revealing “the Jews as they look in reality, before they conceal themselves behind the mask of civilized Europeans.” This very contrast between the civilized exterior and the monstrosity that lurks underneath appears in Wiesenthal’s book in the sections titled “The Bath” and “The Symphony,” which describe how the markers of civilization, hygiene and music, became instruments of torture in the camp, thereby exposing the SS as devils hiding behind a civilized mask.23

It thus becomes apparent that Wiesenthal employed the same logic and concepts24 of Nazi antisemitic propaganda, yet depicted the Nazis, instead of the Jews, as the immoral, destructive, inhuman outsiders. Wiesenthal was not alone in applying this moral inversion, which employed an explicitly emotional approach as a way to uncover the true nature of the Nazis.

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