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mardi 19 juillet 2011

Oh Well, They Tried...



The following truly is the epitomy of what this laudable blog means to underline, bring to the fore, shed the spotlight firmly upon for all to see and learn of a little something called
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This Day in History - July 19th



Starring - Von Stauffenberg
Guest-starring - Hitler

Directed by - History

(2001) - Color - 1 min

The LikeTelevision™ History channel proudly presents:
This Day in History - July 19 (real date - 20th)!

On July 20, 1944 - a plot to assassinate Hitler fails. A clique of German officers plotted to kill Adolf Hitler and stage a daring coup. Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg left a briefcase concealing a time bomb at Hitler's feet during a military conference. The bomb killed 4 people, but an oak table shielded Hitler. In Berlin, conspirators led by Colonel Von Keirnheim took over army headquarters, believing Hitler was dead. By midnight, they and von Stauffenberg had been shot. An enraged Hitler paralyzed in the right arm, swore vengeance. More than 5,000 people were summarily sentenced and strangled on meat hooks. The plotters believed Hitler would not surrender in the face of obvious defeat and would bring unparallelled destruction upon Germany. They were right.


And so they gave it their best shot, what can I say?

It still does not explain howcome there was a lookalike dead Hitler outside of the bunker after D-Day - but that strange occurrence came to a few elite souls' attention only after the "unparalleled destruction" hit Germany and most especially Berlin, of course.

For more - watch the History Channel or something!

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