Correct. The passage in mind reads:StefanSiverud wrote: ... Browning's "Ordinary Men" comes to mind as a good example - suggest the preferred method was a shot to the back of the head/neck with a rifle, putting the tip of the bayonet against the top of the spine as a method of aim if I remember correctly.
Christopher Browning, Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland, 1992, p. 62.“I believe that at this point all officers of the battalion were present, especially our battalion physician, Dr. Schoenfelder. He now had to explain to us precisely how we had to shoot in order to induce the immediate death of the victim. I remember exactly that for this demonstration he drew or outlined the contour of a human body, at least from the shoulders upward, and then indicated precisely the point on which the fixed bayonet was to be placed as an aiming guide.”