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They enjoyed a relatively better (though still horrendous) quality of life in the camp, but they aided the Nazi mission and often behaved cruelly toward prisoners. Eliezer refers to them as "functions of death." The Kapos' position symbolizes the way the Holocaust's cruelty bred cruelty in its victims, turning people against each other, as self-preservation became the highest virtue...
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On 3 occasions, he mentions sons horribly mistreating fathers: in his brief discussion of the pipel who abused his father; his terrible conclusion about the motives of Rabbi Eliahou's son; and his narration of the fight for food that he witnesses on the train to Buchenwald, in which a son beats his father to death...
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