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Well, what moral right is there to assasinate your elected leader in the nation's darkest hours so as to kowtow to some barbaric hordes and hioping that some scraps may be left on the floor.sid guttridge wrote:There have been several discussions on Feldgrau regarding whether the Bomb Plotters were right and honourable or simply wrong and treacherous. Unfortunately I cannot relocate those threads so I am inflicting a new one on Feldgrau.
The opinion of the second Fuhrer, Admiral Donitz, might be of interest in this regard. On p.155 of his "Memoirs" (an abridgement of his "Ten Years and Twenty Days") he writes:
"...if there were German men and women prepared in their opposition to go to the length of committing high treason because they conscientiously and firmly believed that only by so doing could they save their country from Hitler, I do not feel that I can deny them the moral right to do so, particularly as they were already aware of the atrocities which today are known to all of us."
heinz,Stauffenberg the war cripple and mental retard is a disgrace to his fellow officers. As are all the jult traitors