Hilberg emphasizes the administrative smoothness and impersonal quality of the killing operations nearly every element of german society was involved the holocaust was a vast network of bureaucratic tasks: organizing financing, maintaining rail schedules, keeping statistical accounts. Order police was old and established in germany. Jewish rights at every turn and to balance the books at all times www. notesolution. com. Hilberg says that much in the destruction of the jews is familiar and even commonplace in the context of contemporary institutions and practices. Hilberg means to say that while the holocaust"s operations were not planned, hitler always wanted to go through the holocaust. He knew that there would be a right time and that the start of the second world war was the perfect time for the holocaust"s operations. Of course, these transports were but a small portion of the reichsbahn"s business. Germany depended on its railroads to carry soldiers and civilians, military cargo and industrial products, throughout the war.