Knowledge Identifier: +Claus_von_Stauffenberg
Born in 1907.
Countries: Germany (58%), United States (13%), Austria (8%)
Linked to: Gestapo, Soviet Union, Nazi Party, German Army
These demands included Germany retaining its 1914 eastern borders, including the Polish territories of Wielkopolska and Pozna??
Albrecht Mertz von Quirnheim - His friendship with Claus von Stauffenberg, who would become the key conspirator in the 20 July plot, began in 1925
The Soviet Union had not signed the 1929 Geneva Convention
The Catholic Church had signed the "Reichskonkordat" in 1933, the year Hitler and the Nazi Party came to power
Stauffenberg declined at the time, reasoning that all German soldiers had pledged allegiance not to the institution of the presidency of the German "Reich", but to the person of Adolf Hitler, due to the "Führereid" introduced in 1934
Munich Agreement - His regiment became part of the German 1st Light Division under General Erich Hoepner, who had taken part in the plans for the September 1938 German Resistance coup, cut short by Hitler's unexpected diplomatic success in the Munich Agreement
Following the outbreak of war in 1939, Stauffenberg and his regiment took part in the attack on Poland
The mass executions of Russians, Ukrainians, Jews and others, as well as what he believed was an already apparent deficiency in military leadership , finally convinced Stauffenberg in 1942 to join with resistance groups within the "Wehrmacht", the only force that had a chance to overcome Hitler's Gestapo, SD, and SS
Guidelines were issued on 2 June 1942 for the proper treatment of prisoners of war from the Caucasus region who had been captured by "Heeresgruppe A"
Hermann Friedrich Graebe - Another witness of the mass executions of October 1942 in Dubno was the German officer Axel von dem Bussche, who traumatised by what he had seen in 1943 joined the German resistance around Claus von Stauffenberg and unsuccessfully tried to kill Adolf Hitler in a suicide attack in November 1943
Carl Szokoll - In 1943, then-captain Szokoll was introduced in Berlin to Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg, one of the heads of the resistance movement in the Third Reich, by the Austrian Lieutenant - Colonel Robert Bernardis and got involved with them by monthly visits of Robert Bernardis in Vienna since February 1944
Adolf Hitler - In July 1944, in the 20 July plot, part of Operation Valkyrie, Claus von Stauffenberg planted a bomb in one of Hitler's headquarters, the Wolfsschanze (Wolf's Lair) at Rastenburg.
Wilhelm Leuschner - However, Claus von Stauffenberg's attempt on Hitler's life at the Wolf's Lair in East Prussia on 20 July 1944 failed to kill the Führer
Eugen Bolz - However, on 20 July 1944, Goerdeler's plan fell apart when Claus von Stauffenberg's attempt to kill Hitler at the Wolf's Lair in East Prussia failed
Adolf Heusinger - In this capacity, he attended the planning meeting at Adolf Hitler's "Wolf's Lair" on July 20, 1944 and was standing next to Hitler when the bomb planted by Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg exploded
Heinrich Himmler - On 20 July 1944, a group of German army officers led by Claus von Stauffenberg and including some of the highest-ranked members of the German armed forces attempted to assassinate Hitler, but failed to do so
Adam von Trott zu Solz - Trott was one of the leaders of Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg's plot of 20 July 1944 to assassinate Hitler
Hans Bernd von Haeften - Haeften was arrested on 23 July 1944, three days after the assassination attempt at the Wolfsschanze in East Prussia, for which his brother Werner von Haeften, as Claus von Stauffenberg's adjutant, was summarily shot
In 1980, the German government established a memorial for the failed anti-Nazi resistance movement in a part of the Bendlerblock, the remainder of which currently houses the Berlin offices of the German Ministry of Defense
Nina died at the age of 92 on 2 April 2006 at Kirchlauter near Bamberg, and was buried there on 8 April
Terence Stamp - In 2008, he appeared in the film remake of the spy comedy "Get Smart"; another comedy about the man who says yes to everything "Yes Man", opposite Jim_Carrey; with Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy and Morgan Freeman in "Wanted"; and with Tom Cruise in "Valkyrie", based on the true story of Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg's failed attempt to assassinate Hitler
However, Karl Heinz Bohrer, a cultural critic, literary scholar, publisher, and visiting professor for German and Comparative Studies at Stanford University, criticized Evans' views in an article originally published in the "Süddeutsche Zeitung", January 30, 2010