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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 7/4/2003 8:09:42 AM EDT
Putting aside the Nazi stigma, I wonder how Germans today view WWII? They had more than their share of villains, but they had some genuine heroes, too. There were professional soldiers who were not party members. There were men who demonstrated extreme courage for their country (not necessarily their fuhrer). In the Luftwaffe there were men like Rudel, Galland, and Hartman.The Army had men such as Guderian and Rommel. I'm not too familiar with the Navy, but it took some special men to crew the U-boots. So, strictly from a military/historical perspective, do any of you have experience or information to share?
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