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    Claus Von Stauffenberg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crusader View Post
    Claus Von Stauffenberg.
    had he stayed, his breifcase mightve been able to be utilized more effectively. like hold it instead of allowing its free movement to the other side of the tree trunk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crusader View Post
    Claus Von Stauffenberg.
    He was never a NAZI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piru View Post
    I'd be Hermann Goering. While his regime was busy conquering Europe, Goering was indulging his exquisite tastes - collecting art, buying Cuban cigars, attending operas, and wearing fine suits. This guy had style. Even though some people were becoming endangered, Goering was protecting forests and endangered species. As a bonus, shortly before he died he drove William Jackson nuts at Nuremberg. It takes some character to taunt a prosecutor with the gallows looming.
    Do you like fat little girls.

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    I would be George S. Patton.

    Nah, he wasn't a NAZI when he died, but, IF he were alive today, that is exactly how the American Left would classify him......
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    without Abrams, Patton was a sitting duck
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    Perhaps Rommel who fought bravely for his country and died protecting his family from Hitler.

    "Under Hitler’s orders, they were hung by nooses made from piano wire to ensure that they slowly strangled to death. But right before he would have died, Berthold was revived and then executed again, only to be revived and strangled again, at least a third and fourth time. And to really cap it off, all the executions were filmed so that Hitler could watch the torture-executions at his own pleasure."
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    Quote Originally Posted by jirqoadai View Post
    without Abrams, Patton was a sitting duck
    Hey, I LOVE Patton, BUT....he was rather reckless.

    I don't know about Patton, but, Abrams understood the equipment he had. He took advantage of their strengths, while hiding their disadvantages.

    (The Sherman tank, in particular, was far better purposed than one might think. NO, it could not typically go toe to toe with a German Panzer. But....if one actually uses the tactics of "Blitzkreig," it shouldn't have to. Although not much faster than the typical Panzer (And, actually slower than the "Panther" tanks...), the Sherman was easy to use, easily maintained, with good range. If was also better suited for ROADS...)

    Only proper that America's Main Battle Tank is named after Abrams.....
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    i think Abrams utilized the AT tactics combined with the Grayhounds. the ATs went 55 and the Greyhounds 50. theyd call down Thunderbolt fire on anything they couldnt go around. they ate up fuel that the germans had stocked. Abrams recon was the scout arm of Pattons manuver elements. the Preists were excellent as well. once Abrams got stalled, casualties would pile up quickly for the Americans.
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