Tuesday, May 10, 2016

In Case You Forgot This Man




3 comments:

Larry said...

So now you're posting unattributed quotes ginned up by leftist authors for their book? A quote that allegedly came from a WWII Vet? Bullshit.

Jeffery in Alabama said...

That is a strange comment coming from a former intelligence officer in the U.S. Army. A friend of mine interviewed a veteran German Army officer of the Wehrmacht. The German lived in Huntsville, AL and had long before been granted U.S. citizenship. "Helmut" was captured ten days after D-Day and a couple of weeks later interrogated by Kissenger. Helmut randomly met Kissenger in airports in the next three decades and each time Henry spoke to him and called him by name.

Jeffery in Alabama said...

That is a strange comment coming from a former intelligence officer in the U.S. Army. A friend of mine interviewed a veteran German Army officer of the Wehrmacht. The German lived in Huntsville, AL and had long before been granted U.S. citizenship. "Helmut" was captured ten days after D-Day and a couple of weeks later interrogated by Kissenger who was a young United States Army intelligence officer (I Googled it years ago and I think a 2nd Lt. at the time). "Helmut" randomly met Kissenger by chance in airports while traveling in the next three decades and each time Henry spoke to him and called him by name.