The Revolt in Germany

July 1944
New Republic;7/31/44, Vol. 111 Issue 5, p118
Traces out several factors behind the revolt of the German Army under the regime of dictator Adolf Hitler. Argument that Hitler had arranged a fake attempt at assassination in order to purge his enemies before they could make any more serious trouble for him; View that the revolt of the German Army is entirely in terms of another world war; Attributes of professional soldiers of Germany; Attitude of German Army towards Hitler's Nazis; Opinion that the German Army had almost a monopoly of real military brains in the Reich.


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