[ zon-der-kuh-man-doh; German zawn-duh r-kaw-mahn-daw ]
/ ˈzɒn dər kəˌmæn doʊ; German ˈzɔn dər kɔˈmɑn dɔ /
noun (in World War II Nazi concentration camps)
a group of prisoners assigned to collect belongings and dispose of the bodies of other prisoners who had died or been killed.
Origin of Sonderkommando
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
Examples from the Web for sonderkommando
Despite the controversy, Sonderkommando Revolt is not, in fact, the first time a game designer has taken on the Holocaust.
Train shares almost nothing in common with Sonderkommando Revolt besides its subject.