Write a paper focusing on either the perpetrator or victim experience and perspective, focusing on the two relevant books from this course: the Browning and Sereny books for the perpetrator paper, or the Blatt and Perl books for the victim experience.

Write a paper focusing on either the perpetrator or victim experience and perspective, focusing on the two relevant books from this course: the Browning and Sereny books for the perpetrator paper, or the Blatt and Perl books for the victim experience. Outside research is not permitted, though you may look up terms, people, and so forth, as needed. You must let me know which perspective you write about by the end of the day on August 25.
The primary focus of this paper is to identify the main idea(s) that you think is(are) most fundamental to the perspective you chose. You are writing a paper in defense of your thesis; you are not describing the books. Do not organize your paper by book, but instead, by main idea or issue that you chose to discuss. Theses such as but not limited to ‘the Holocaust was horrible’ or ‘it is impossible to believe that anyone could do such a thing’ will not be accepted and I will return the paper to you without a grade. You must go beyond such superficial ideas or personal reactions, and focus on a scholarly and informed appraisal.
This paper should be six-to-eight full-length pages; the title page and bibliography do not count toward the paper length. Correct footnotes in the Turabian format are required. The paper should adhere to the writing guideline sheet posted. Here is the book Into that Darkness https://booksvooks.com/fullbook/into-that-darkness-an-examination-of-conscience-pdf.html?page=3 The other book Ordinary men is attached. Write the paper from the perpetrator perspective.