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    Default Re: Operation Valkyrie

    In this photo (Hitler at the Wolfschanze, July 15, 1944, Stauffenberg -left- Field Marshal Kietel -right) from The Unmaking Of Aldolf Hitler ~ Eugene Davidison, Stauffenberg looks a lot like Cruise.




    I saw Valkyrie last Thursday. Not sure what references the screen writers used but it was right out of William L Shirer's The Rise And Fall Of The Third Reich except for four unimportant scenes that I noticed.

    1. When Stauffenberg armed the bomb it was in the anteroom of Keitel's quarters after returning there to retrieve his hat and belt while heading to the fateful meeting. Not while changing his shirt in meeting building.

    2. In the scene where Beck shoots himself after the conspirators were rounded up by Fromm he actually only wounded himself and failed again after a second attempt and the coup de grace was administered by a seargent.

    3. It wasn't von Tresckow whom went to retrive the failed bomb from Brandt, it was an officer from his staff, Schlabrendorff.

    4. I'm thinking...I know there was one more.

    Something to think about: It was Brandt whom Tresckow got to carry the failed bomb onto the plane and Brandt, again, whom moved Stauffenberg's briefcase to the other side of the large oak table leg after Stauffenberg asked him to watch it while he pretended to take a phone call. It was the moving of the briefcase to the other side of the table leg that saved Hitler from the blast and killed Brandt.

    It is estimated that almost 5000 people were arrested after the July 20 plot. And it was piano wire and meat hooks that dispatched most of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omar Bradley View Post
    In this photo (Hitler at the Wolfschanze, July 15, 1944, Stauffenberg -left- Field Marshal Kietel -right) from The Unmaking Of Aldolf Hitler ~ Eugene Davidison, Stauffenberg looks a lot like Cruise.




    I saw Valkyrie last Thursday. Not sure what references the screen writers used but it was right out of William L Shirer's The Rise And Fall Of The Third Reich except for four unimportant scenes that I noticed.

    1. When Stauffenberg armed the bomb it was in the anteroom of Keitel's quarters after returning there to retrieve his hat and belt while heading to the fateful meeting. Not while changing his shirt in meeting building.

    2. In the scene where Beck shoots himself after the conspirators were rounded up by Fromm he actually only wounded himself and failed again after a second attempt and the coup de grace was administered by a seargent.

    3. It wasn't von Tresckow whom went to retrive the failed bomb from Brandt, it was an officer from his staff, Schlabrendorff.

    4. I'm thinking...I know there was one more.

    Something to think about: It was Brandt whom Tresckow got to carry the failed bomb onto the plane and Brandt, again, whom moved Stauffenberg's briefcase to the other side of the large oak table leg after Stauffenberg asked him to watch it while he pretended to take a phone call. It was the moving of the briefcase to the other side of the table leg that saved Hitler from the blast and killed Brandt.

    It is estimated that almost 5000 people were arrested after the July 20 plot. And it was piano wire and meat hooks that dispatched most of them.
    your right. I see the resemblance between Stauffenberg and Cruise. im going to rent it when it comes out on DVD. I wanna see it again.

    And it was piano wire and meat hooks that dispatched most of them.
    and Hiter had the executions filmed as well.


    "There are no great men, there are only great challenges that ordinary men are forced by circumstances to meet."- ADM William F. Halsey

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    And wasn't the Wehrmacht forced to change their salute from the standard army salute to the Hitlergruss after this, something the Officers had tried to avoid as long as possible?
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    That's right. Most oftenly rejected this order was supposed to "strengthen the Wehrmacht's loyalty" to Hitler.
    Last edited by flamethrowerguy; 01-21-2009 at 10:46 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    That's right. Most oftenly rejected this order was supposed to "strengthen the Wehrmacht's loyalty" to Hitler.
    Which is why I think the scene in Band of Brothers is pretty unlikely, when the surrendering German officer is seemingly so used to the Hitlergruss that he accidentally does that instead of the normal military salute, before realizing his mistake and switching the salute.
    Last edited by Schuultz; 01-21-2009 at 11:01 AM. Reason: hurray for complicated sentences...
    The fundamental problem of Democracy is that the majority of voters are idiots fueled by uninformed rage - and the Politicians do everything to cater to them.

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    Returning to the topic: I scanned this pic from the local paper (apologies for the resultant poor quality). Have a look at the imitation PzKpfW-IV on the right: you can see the add-on dummy tracks & bogies. Pretty poor choice of still for a promo, don't you think?

    Cheers,
    Cliff

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