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Old 3rd February 2016, 21:34
Adriano Baumgartner Adriano Baumgartner is offline
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Re: Why sons and daughters do not write about their fathers (WW2 biographies)

Christian,

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As I said, the war didn't start in 1944/45, but in 1939. They wouldn't have to fight for Germany if they hadn't started the war in the first place. And I, for one, am glad that there is a consensus about this in present Germany..


I do respect your opinion, but I totally disagree with it. They (airmen, veterans, etc.) did not started the war...they fought the war for Politicians as Clausewitz put in other words. I guess we do not need to go deeper, because we will be going to another area I would not like to enter...My main idea was to keep History alive with new books coming from the sons, grandsons and relatives...this was the focus of this thread.

Again, I do remain, humbly yours,
Adriano S. Baumgartner
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