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These were the various orders sent out by the German High Command (OKW) regarding the special treatment to be given to Soviet prisoners of war by the German military in World War II. The order was revised over time. Among the notable instructions:

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  • These were the various orders sent out by the German High Command (OKW) regarding the special treatment to be given to Soviet prisoners of war by the German military in World War II. The order was revised over time. Among the notable instructions:
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  • These were the various orders sent out by the German High Command (OKW) regarding the special treatment to be given to Soviet prisoners of war by the German military in World War II. The order was revised over time. Among the notable instructions: * It said that Soviet prisoners are linked with ‘Bolshevism’. By this reason, they should be treated differently from all other POWs. * “Insubordination, active or passive resistance must immediately be broken completely by force of arms (bayonets, butts and firearms).” German soldiers carrying out this order who do not use their “weapons or does so with insufficient energy” will themselves be punished. * Escaping Soviet POWs would be shot immediately. * Civilians and “politically undesirable” Soviet POWs would be ‘segregated’ into separate groups. Departments of the SS, like the Security Police and the Security Service (SD), would be doing most of this work. This was also called ‘screening’ or ‘weeding out’ depending on the translation. In German it is Aussonderung. Then, those ‘segregated’ POWs would be ‘surrendered’ by the military to the SS.
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