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Were Nazi Soldiers Heroes?

• by Jacob Hornberger (Future of Freedom Foundation)
Have you ever noticed that Nazi soldiers, especially those who died in World War II, are never celebrated as heroes? Why is that? Didn’t they answer the call of their government in time of war? Didn’t they serve their country by loyally obeying the dictates of their government? Weren’t they patriots for their willingness to fight and die for their country? 

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Comment by Sandra Kleinschmit
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Any soldier,of any country,who serves his country,is a hero.Especially those who died,and were labeled for eternity as evil,when it was their governing figure who was evil,..not them.

Comment by Robert Morningstar
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"Courage in the service of Evil is NOT a Virtue."

Robert Morningstar

 

 

 


Comment by Norm Nipperus
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General Rommel was greatly admired and considered heroic by many including top allied brass. 


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