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    Quote Originally Posted by Kato View Post
    It admits the absolute superiority of the Southern front in tanks however it says that it "did not give any military superiority to the Soviets".
    Of course Kato.
    Becouse if you would be a educated man in tactical field- you should know that ONLY tank don't enought to attack the fortified areas and dots of enemy that have infantry 3 times superior.
    But you are not , so the article of military historian means nothing for you.
    The Germans-Romanian forces were enough strong at least to hold the Soviet Southern front for the certaint time, while the AGC ( Group armyes Centre) turned and destroyed them behind.
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    I post my comment in this thread as I am looking for info more than giving it, but what I wanted to say is:
    I was researching the house that Hitler lived in with his parents in Leonding, Austria, and I believe the house is still standing. I also observed that Hitler’s parent’s tombstone remains intact. With the world hating Hitler you would think that people would desecrate his parent’s tombstone, but it is intact to this day I believe. I find it amazing that nobody has vandalized or bombed it(given the degree of crazy people out there ). I am equally surprised that the house Hitler was raised in was not demolished and wondered if it is a museaum or if someone actually lives in it. I couldn't find any info on google about it. here is a picture of the intact tombstone I did find:
    GraveCloseup.jpg

    I also wondered why Hitler didn't build a big shrine over his parents tombstone as he was master of Europe at the time and could have done whatever he wanted. I wonder why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by herman2 View Post
    I post my comment in this thread as I am looking for info more than giving it, but what I wanted to say is:
    I was researching the house that Hitler lived in with his parents in Leonding, Austria, and I believe the house is still standing. I also observed that Hitlerís parentís tombstone remains intact. With the world hating Hitler you would think that people would desecrate his parentís tombstone, but it is intact to this day I believe. I find it amazing that nobody has vandalized or bombed it(given the degree of crazy people out there ). I am equally surprised that the house Hitler was raised in was not demolished and wondered if it is a museaum or if someone actually lives in it. I couldn't find any info on google about it. here is a picture of the intact tombstone I did find:
    GraveCloseup.jpg

    I also wondered why Hitler didn't build a big shrine over his parents tombstone as he was master of Europe at the time and could have done whatever he wanted. I wonder why?
    Hitler had severe issues with his father's behaviour towards him. This is known.
    Further information about the internal politics (so to speak) of the family emerged from an interview given by one of his surviving sisters.
    I discovered the interview I refer while I was reading up on the Berghoff on a site.
    Adolf Hitler loved his mother dearly, according to the sister, but due to the strained relationship with his father, never made any plans regarding the former family home, or grave, beyond seeing to it that his mother was commemorated on the headstone.

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