A Devil of the Details: The Life and Crimes of Nazi Wilhelm Frick
Wilhelm Frick, the Minister of the Interior in the Third Reich, has never garnered
the same notoriety as some of his Nazi peers—in spite of the fact that he played an
instrumental role in Jewish persecution. From his co-authoring of the Nuremberg
Laws to his involvement in the Third Reich’s police and concentration camps, Frick’s
background in law, policing, and politics helped him become a lethal and influential
tool for the Nazi Party. This paper argues that Frick served as a judicial architect of
the Holocaust and facilitator of the Final Solution, who has—somehow—remained
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