Hardly does the question of the child's death ever receive any mention, and it is never treated as a matter of any importance. Of course, upon examination, this fits perfectly into the profile of a genocide, where the victims have been completely dehumanized, to the point where their deaths are insignificant.
"It is true that I know that it is also the duty of the police to protect the innocent, but I was then of the conviction that the Jews were not innocent but guilty. I believed the propaganda that all Jews were criminals and subhumans and that they were the cause of Germany's decline after the First World War."
(Hitler's Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust, Daniel Goldhagen, 179)
"Had the Nazis been faced with a German populace who saw the Jews as ordinary human beings, and German Jews as their brothers and sisters, then it is hard to imagine that the Nazis would have proceeded, or would have been able to proceed, with the extermination of the Jews."